Last updated: 5/12/2021
Clewiston, Florida
Street Address
34725 West Boundary Road
Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation
Clewiston, FL 33440
Mailing Address
30290 Josie Billie Highway
PMB 1003
Clewiston, FL 33440
phone: 863-902-1113
fax: 863-902-8879
e-mail: museum@semtribe.com
web: www.ahtahthiki.com
Hours
Regular Hours
Daily9 AM - 5 PM
Call for holiday hours.
Admissions
$10 Adults
$7.50 Senior & Children
<4 Free
Adults (15-65): $10
Seniors (over 65): $7.50
Military (with ID): $7.50
Members: free
Students (): $7.50
Children (6-17): $7.50
Children under 4: Free
Museum Type(s)
Art
Services
Gift Shop
Group Tours
Staff
Paul Backhouse, Senior Director
Tara Backhouse, Collections Manager
Kate Macuen, Museum Director
Domonique Debeaubien, Collections Manager
Robin Croskery Howard, Conservator
Carrie Dilley, Visitor Services & Development Manager
Chelsea Nielsen, Registrar
Laura dello Russo, Collections Assistant
Alex Banks, Oral History Assistant
Jim Patrick, Digital Media Specialist
Description

The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is located on a 66 acre cypress dome on the Big Cypress Reservation. We have beautiful life-like dioramas and exhibits as well as a mile long boardwalk through the cypress dome with signage identifying various plants and animals.

Mission

The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum collects, preserves, protects and interprets Seminole culture and history - inspiring an appreciation and understanding of the Seminole People.

Governance

Tribal Govt.

ADA

Wheelchair Accessible

Parking

Restrooms

Services

Gift Shop

Group Tours

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