Choctaw Nation Museum

Choctaw Nation Museum 163655 N 4355 Rd
Tuskahoma, OK 74574

Phone: 918-569-4465
Fax: 918-569-4465

This 1884 capitol building of the Choctaw Nation houses vintage clothing, tribal documents, Choctaw pottery and art gallery. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Gift shop features Choctaw art, pottery and jewelry.

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  • Facility Amenities: Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop

  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking





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Open Sat in Summer.

Located on US Hwy 271 N at Council House Rd.

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From Staff on 07/25/14

Jennifer, for weekend hours, please call the Choctaw Nation Museum directly at 918-569-4465. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Jennifer on 07/25/14

What r your hours on sat? Tomorrow

From Staff on 06/04/13

Betty, please contact the Choctaw Nation Museum directly at 918-569-4465 so that you can speak with museum staff about your Choctaw Testament. It sounds very interesting! Best wishes and thank you for using

From Betty Whorton on 06/03/13

I have an old Choctaw Testament that I would donate to the Choctaw museum if you're interested.

From Staff on 04/26/12

Mark, the address is<br><br> Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma<br> PO Box 1210<br> Durant, OK 74702<br><br> Best wishes and thank you for using

From mark swift on 04/26/12

hi there.i am trying to reach out to anyone from the Choctow nation to thank your ancestors for helping the Irish people aftyer the famine that occured there between 1845-1850.please let me know if there is an official email address i can send to.i am Irish myself and have an interest in native american culture since i was a kid,and i still do.i would live to learn more,especially about the Choctow because of the amazing thing they done for my people,just after the Trail of Tears...thank you once again,you are and always will be an amazing people

From Staff on 04/02/12

Rebecca, please contact the Choctaw Nation Museum directly using the phone number or the red web site link above so that you can speak with museum staff about your papers. It sounds very interesting! Best wishes and thank you for using

From rebecca luna on 04/01/12

I have some papers of George Washington Wright, who was a lawyer for the Choctaws in the 19th century. Are you interested in these papers?

From George Kovacic on 07/05/11

We had the pleasure of visiting your administrative offices this past May. Now that we found the existance of a museum we hope to visit during our next trip in October.

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