The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is located in Clewiston, Florida on the Big Cypress Reservation of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, which is approximately midway between Naples and Fort Lauderdale, just north of Alligator Alley (I-75). The Museum welcomes visitors to learn about the Seminole Indian’s history and culture. The Exhibit Gallery is a 5,000 square foot exhibit hall featuring artifacts and cultural displays portraying the lives of the Florida Seminoles in the late 1800’s.
The Museum is located within a 60-acre site with 1-1/2 miles of boardwalk nature trails, which are wheelchair accessible. On the trail you will encounter all sorts of lush plant life and a re-created Seminole village. Guided tours are available. Additional attractions at the reservation include the Billie Swamp Safari Wildlife Park (www.seminoletribe.com/safari), featuring airboat rides, swamp buggy tours and a restaurant, and the Big Cypress Campground with RV sites, cabins, tent sites and a pool.
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Other Southwest Florida Areas
Southwest Florida is a vacationer's paradise. Main attractions include the beaches, golf, boating and water activities,
as well as shopping, dining and cultural events. Key destinations for visitors include Naples, Fort Myers, Marco Island,
Bonita Springs, Estero, Cape Coral and Sanibel & Captiva Islands. Nearby communities also offer worthwhile attractions,
including North Fort Myers, Punta Gorda and Bokeelia to the north, as well as Clewiston, Chokoloskee, Goodland,
Immokalee and Ochopee to the south and east.