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Wewokan Vance Trimble won his 1960 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting.

Seminole Signatures Art Exhibition open!

Our latest exhibit, "Seminole Signatures", is now open and ready for visitors. Featuring art from over 20 classic and contemporary artists of Seminole descent, each piece has been hand-selected from our Permanent Collection to convey the endurance and strength of the Seminole people, and to speak to the importance of heritage and tradition in Mvskoke culture. The exhibition runs through June 12th, 2021.

Museum Acquires New Art

The Seminole Nation Museum is pleased to announce that it has recently acquired "After Church", an encaustic work by Muscogee (Creek) artist Bobby C. Martin. The painting is adapted from a photograph of his grandmother, mother (left), and aunt (right) taken on their farm "after church" on a Sunday afternoon many years ago.
As Martin states, "The(se) images provide a connection with my past, a way to remember and honor the generations that have come before—a way to commemorate our unique family heritage."


Ellwanger Chosen to Lead Statewide Nonprofit

Richard Ellwanger, Executive Director of the Seminole Nation Museum in Wewoka, has been elected to serve as president of the Oklahoma Museums Association.

Ellwanger was selected to lead the statewide nonprofit in September of 2020 and will serve a two-year term as president that began January 1, 2021.  Read more...

Sorghum T-Shirts available online!

Our 2020 Sorghum Day t-shirts are available here on our online shop! 

These shirts are currently only available in short sleeve and come in red and gray. The size range for these t-shirts are Small-2XL. There are a limited supply of these shirts in our store so get them while they last!

Welcome to the Seminole Nation 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.