Tuskahoma, Oklahoma

Choctaw Nation Historical Museum


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Choctaw Nation Historical Museum Tuskahoma is located near the site of the Nanih Waiya Choctaw Council House, where the first Constitution written in Oklahoma was adopted by the Choctaw Nation. Artifacts, paintings, and photographs are displayed in the historic Council House. There is also a gift shop.


Admission: Admission is FREE
Hours: Open Monday - Friday, 8 am to 4 pm
Address: 2 miles North of US-271, E of SH-2
Phone: 918-569-4465

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