Displaying artifacts from numerous tribes, including the Crow and the Sioux, this is among the country's best museums devoted to Native American culture. Artwork and other exhibited items trace back to early tribes but also cover contemporary lifestyles. A program of special exhibitions have included toys made by Native American through the 1960s and the history of moccasins. In Ceremonial Hall, hundreds of flags represent many of the country's 549 recognized tribes. An aboriginal encampment features walking paths and the sounds of water and wind.