Learn about life as a 1700s Chickasaw in our historically accurate Chickasaw village. Located a short walk along the breathtaking 40-foot Aba' Aanowa' Sky Bridge, The Chikasha Inchokka' (Chickasaw house) Traditional Village features recreations of a Council House, two summer houses, two winter houses, a replica mound, a corn crib, a stickball field and a stockade fence. Any time the Chickasaw Cultural Center campus grounds are open, the Chikasha Inchokka' Traditional Village is also open and free for you to explore.
As you make your way through the village, you may experience activities including stomp dance and stickball demonstrations. Cultural demonstrators may exhibit traditional art, cooking, storytelling and language. In case of inclement weather, demonstrations and activities may be moved indoors.