Admission: Admission FREE
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Sunday and Monday, CLOSED
Address: 106 West 6th Street (Downtown Square)
Summer Hours: Memorial Day to Labor Day Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00 am - 4:30 pm Sunday 1 pm - 4 pm CLOSED Monday
Come visit us in Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Each community within Roger Mills County has displayed their history with memorabilia. The Veteran's Room has an unequaled...
Director of the Creek Council House Museum, David Anderson, discusses why it's important to document and re-tell personal stories from the Creek Trail of Tears.
Touring Okmulgee Brad and Rex discover a Creek Indian museum and a long lost neon sign that used to be an Okmulgee landmark.
Gloria Matthews (Cherokee) Sequoyah schoolteacher discusses censorship of Native history in Oklahoma public schools at the 2007 Native American Symposium hos...
Robert Jones (Muscogee Creek) of the Creek Council House Museum reflects on his family history, his ties to Chitto Harjo, and the Trail of Tears.
A montage of the wide variety of artists and musicians at the 2009 Oklahoma Folklife Festival, to include the Muscogee Creek Hymn "Elkv Este Toyis", American...
Red Earth Rising is a feature-length documentary about Native resistance to revisionist history. Set in Oklahoma during its 100th year of statehood, cannons ...