In order to preserve the rich history of the Seminole country and its surrounding area, the Seminole Nation Museum started its journey in 1937 within an 1800 square feet area. Currently within its 4000 square feet facility comprising of exhibit space, arts and crafts section, research library, art gallery and gift center, it chronicles the anthropology of the area through rare artefacts, life size exhibits and artwork. The main exhibits of Seminole Nation Museum are Seminole Nation Exhibit, Margaret Jane Norman Gallery, Wewoka Community Exhibit and Maj. Gen. Franklin A. Nichols Military Exhibit. The museum also showcases the artworks of the Wewoka Graduates every year in partnership with the Wewoka High School.
How to Reach Seminole Nation Museum
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Seminole Nation Museum Reviews & Ratings
I enjoy going to places like this ice. I got to learn about the town in the history
It's free to go see, plus I learned something about the surrounding areas and history! Gift shop was reasonably priced.
Visited recently to purchase sorghum for my sister. WOW!!!! From the sidewalk and throughout the building it is such a beautiful place. Staff was friendly and helpful. Beautiful representation of Seminole Nation culture and heritage. Richard Ellwanger is doing a great job in promoting and expanding this Museum.
It was a nice little Museum. When we drove up, we couldn't figure out where to park as there isn't a parking lot so we just parked on side of street in front of it. But it was interesting. Also to read some of the articles about how the Seminole Indians were done was heartbreaking so I left on the rest of my little road trip sad.
A great place to take the entire family and friends.