Muscogee Creek Nation invites you to attend the opening of the Council House in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 17, immediately following the National Council regular session at 10am.
The Muscogee Creek Nation built the Creek Council House in 1878 and it served as the Capitol in which tribal affairs were conducted. The museum’s history began when the Creek Indian Memorial Association was formed in 1923 to preserve Muscogee culture and history, and to utilize the Council House as an educational center for others wanting to learn about Native American history.
After Nov. 17 the museum will be open Tuesday – Saturday from 10:00am – 4:30pm. From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the museum is also open on Sunday from 1pm – 4pm. Admission is free.