Take an amazing naturalist-guided expedition into the past and learn about the extinct Tequesta Indians who lived at the mysterious Arch Creek from 500 B.C. until 1400 A.D. The tour includes a hike into a tropical hardwood hammock to learn about the native plants used by these early south Floridians, an archaeological dig where children will find real Tequesta artifacts and a pottery class where children can design one of two styles of pottery.
Tequesta Adventure is for students in grade levels kindergarten through eighth grade.
This is an onsite (Arch Creek Park) program only. The Native Nations Program would be the outreach option.
To request material in accessible format, information on access for persons with disabilities or sign language interpreter services (seven days in advance) call Accessibility Services or TDD.
Standard program rate
For up to 35 students.
- $120 for up to 20 students, each additional student will be $6. Max of 70 students
- 1 chaperone/teacher per 12 students, additional chaperones are charged $6
- Credit card (all major credit cards are accepted)
Email / Mail
Locations and Hours
All Tequesta Indian Expedition Locations
Parks, Recreation and Open SpacesMaria I. Nardi, Director
275 NW 2nd Street, Miami, FL 33128