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    First Americans Museum



    In one place, visitors will experience the collective histories of 39 distinctive First American Nations. First Americans Museum (FAM) will share the cultural diversity, history, and contributions of the First Americans.

    Opening Day

    September 18, 2021 The 175,000 square foot museum will showcase state-of-the-art exhibitions in First American history, culture, and art; live public and educational programs; a family discovery center with immersive family-friendly activities; a full-service restaurant presenting unique Native inspired cuisine; and a museum store featuring authentic one-of-a-kind hand-made items or products by premiere First American artists.

    Our National Story

    Only a few tribal Nations were indigenous to what is now the State of Oklahoma. All others were removed from homelands across the contiguous U.S. to Indian Territory. In 1907 Oklahoma became the 46th state to enter the union. The State of Oklahoma’s name comes from two Choctaw words Okla and Homma. Translated it means “Red People,” the place we now call home.


    FAM is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the Crossroads of America, the confluence on Interstates 35, 40, 235 and 44. Oklahoma City is the capital and largest city in the state of Oklahoma, USA. FAM is positioned along the Oklahoma River across from downtown. Address: 659 First Americans Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73129

    FAM serves as a starting point to explore First American attractions throughout Oklahoma.

    Our Mission

    To serve as a dynamic center promoting awareness and educating the broader public about the unique cultures, diversity, history, contributions, and resilience of the First American Nations in Oklahoma today.

    Our Core Values:

    RESPECT Acknowledge and celebrate the worth of all peoples

    RECIPROCITY Promote the mutual exchange of knowledge, ideas, and perspectives

    RELATIONSHIPS Strengthen connections with our local, regional, and global communities

    RESPONSIBILITY Educate the broader public and foster truth-telling