This park is built around the archaeological discovery of 19 Northern Plains peoples' pre-contact sites. Walking along its four trails, you'll see archaeological digs in progress, campsites, stone cairns, tepee rings, a medicine wheel, bison jumps, and other trace features of this ancient culture. At the amphitheater, First Nations performers present dance, theater, song, and storytelling; at the outdoor activity area, you can learn how to build a tepee, bake bannock, tan a hide, or use a travois (a transportation device). The exhibit halls feature computer-activated displays and artifacts, multimedia shows exploring the archaeology and culture of the Plains peoples, and a fascinating collection of contemporary Native Canadian art. The restaurant, open daily for breakfast and lunch, offers a menu dominated by First Nations cuisine. Try baked bannock (bread), a roast bison wrap, rabbit pot pie, and wild rice salad.