336 Main Street
New Town, ND 58763
Monday - Friday
8:00AM - 4:30PM
Phone: (701) 627-2243
Fax: (701) 627-2250
The MHA Interpretive Center will use living history programs to tell the story of the Great MHA Nation. Interpretive Center building will house 10 offices and a large display of museum quality and interactive kiosk of the culture. The building will have a 250 seat event room and a stat of the art kitchen for preparing traditional meals to the public at certain events. A classroom will be provided for cultural educational classes such as traditional food, beading, tanning hides, etc. The MHA Interpretive Center will house a Coffee Shop and Gift Shop that will sell merchandise with the MHA logo. In addition to the new building, we are building and amphitheater with 500 outside seating.
Youth for educational purposes of exploring the MHA Nation Culture. Tribal members who are interested in researching our culture and utilization of archive and computer room. Recording room for Tribal members.
Tourists at the local, State, Regional, National and International.
Local and Regional
The Interpretive Center Department is responsible for the on-going development and sustaining this unique educational and tourist attraction for the Three Affiliated Tribes. This unique attraction offers the traveler from the state, region, national and global with an experience that is embedded in the culture, oral tradition and history of the MHA Nation.
The MHA Nation Interpretive Center values excellence; accessible and affordable arts experiences; diversity; a broad spectrum of programs; our unique environment and fiscal responsibility. The MHA Interpretive Center strives to be the premier center for integrating cultural and performing arts, education and community.