Are group discounts available? Yes, for groups of ten or more, the admission price starts at $5.00 per person for a self-guided tour. Click here for more information.
Is there a gift shop or store? Yes, the Museum Store carries books, DVDs, clothing, and wonderful Seminole and other Native American hand-crafted items. Check out our online store here!
Is there gas and/or food nearby? On the Big Cypress Reservation there is one gas station located about 1 mile from the Museum. There are also a few local eateries such as Big Cypress Landing, Sweet Tooth, and The Swamp Water Cafe.
How long does it take to see all the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Seminole Indian Museum exhibits? We recommend allowing at least 2 hours to fully experience the Museum and boardwalk.
How long is the boardwalk? Is there any seating along the boardwalk? The boardwalk is just over a mile long and there are seating areas about every 1/8 of a mile.
Are the Museum and boardwalk handicapped accessible? Yes, we are handicap accessible and wheelchairs are available.
How often do the exhibits change? On average exhibits in the rotating gallery space change every 4-12 months. Please check out Exhibits page for more details.
Are there educational or cultural programs available? Yes, our Education and Outreach programs offer events and activities. Please click here for more details.
Is there Membership? How do I join? Yes, we have an active membership campaign. We ivnite you to join by clicking here or calling 877.902.1113.
What other museum affiliations does Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki have? Our museum is affiliated with the American Alliance of Museums, the Smithsonian and the Florida Association of Museums.
How do I pronounce Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki and what does it mean? Technical and accurate pronunciation of the word is perhaps best left to the speakers of the language. But half the fun is in trying to get it right! As with any language, it can be pronounced differently depending on who is speaking. We don't discriminate if it isn't perfect! And it loosely translates into "a place to learn, a place to remember."
I would like to work at the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Seminole Indian Museum, who should I contact? Visit the Seminole Tribe of Florida's main website for their employment page and look for the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum name.
Can I be a volunteer or docent? You sure can! We have an volunteer and internship program. Please call 877.902.1113 for more details.
I am doing research... Is there someone on staff that can answer my questions or help me out? The Museum staff welcome public interest in learning about the Seminoles. However, staff need time to prepare materials for academic research. Requests for interviews with Tribal members may not be able to be fulfilled. For more information about research, click here.