Seminole Nation Museum
Preserving Our Culture & History
Plan Your Visit
Our Current Exhibition
“Life at Mikasuki – Story of a Sovereign Seminole School”
The Seminole Nation Museum, in concert with the Historic Preservation Office of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma has developed a new exhibition about the famed Mikasuki Academy. The show contains an array of never-before-seen photographs and artifacts relating the story of the Seminole school for boys and provides a glimpse at what life was like at Mikasuki.
Fundraisers & Events
Daisy Garden Club’s April Shower Fundraiser
The Daisy Garden Club’s April Shower Fundraiser has supported the mission of the Seminole National Museum for almost three decades. Your gifts are tax-deductible, and each one makes a difference. Join us on April 26th at 11:00 am to support education, our needs for Sorghum Day, and more.
What’s New in Our Shop?
Rez Dog T-Shirts
Any fans out of there of Sterlin Harjo’s hit show will be happy to know we are carrying Reservation Dogs t-shirts! We have a variety of colors and styles, including pocket tees! We even have some youth sizes. There is a limited quantity in stock, so these are only available in the gift shop.
Welcome to the Museum
The Seminole Nation Museum documents and interprets the history and culture of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and the people and events that make its capital, Wewoka, one of the most historically significant and culturally diverse communities in Oklahoma. Through the use of select artifacts, historic photographs, and interpretive exhibits, the events and stories that shaped the home of the Seminoles for more than a century are chronicled in a captivating, educational, and enlightening experience.
Museum Announces 2023 Ligon Collections Purchase
The Seminole Nation Museum is proud to honor Joan Roberts Ligon’s birthday
by announcing its 2023 Joan Roberts Ligon Collection Endowment purchase.
Support the Museum
Ways You Can Make a Difference
Your involvement and support strengthen our ability to provide educational programming, curate and preserve historical artifacts and documents, and fund the many impressive upgrades and renovations to our facility. Please make a contribution to ensure the stories of the people of Wewoka and the Great Seminole Nation are alive for generations to come.
Become a Volunteer
You can help the Museum by the giving of your time. Assistance is always needed as part of the day-to-day operation of the Museum or with various special exhibits, fundraisers, and educational programs. We have many opportunities for service that fit different schedules. If you’re interested in Wewoka’s fascinating history, help bring it alive by calling us today!