Did you know...
Famous outlaw and member of the FBI’s “Most Wanted List”, "Pretty Boy" Floyd spent much time in the Seminole County area and was said to have attended the Earlsboro funeral of his partner-in-crime dressed as a woman.
The Seminole Maroons, or Freedmen as they are more commonly known, have a distinct and unique history that has affected the very fabric of American History.
Read on for more information about these freedom seeking people. Read More
Winter Clearance Sale!
Come one, come all... the Seminole Nation Museum is have a clearance sale! We've recently marked down everything from patchwork, to books, artwork, jewelry, handmade greeting cards, holiday cards, and more.
Along side our clearance items, the gift shop is receiving in new stock on a regular basis. We've stocked up on new metal work pieces, patchwork, key chains, and earrings, to name a few.
Come check out our clearance sale and and our wonderful gift shop! We're open Monday through Saturday 10-5.
We can't wait to see you!
Pardon Our Mess
Demolition for the upcoming renovation has commenced. We are now working towards advancing the museum's aesthetics and exhibit spaces, and maximizing the use of our space. We're so excited that this project we've been working towards for so long has finally begun.
Even though we're renovating the Seminole Wing, there's still much to see at the Seminole Nation Museum.
The Wewoka Wing has now become so much more with the addition of several temporary cases full of Seminole artifacts and histories.
Stop by the museum and take a stroll through the history of the Seminole tribe and the town of Wewoka today.
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.