Experience our shared American history through the lens of the 39 distinct tribal nations in Oklahoma today. Through our exhibitions, visitors will engage with living stories, cultures, and arts, from the traditional to the contemporary.
Developed in close collaboration with the tribal nations in Oklahoma, Native scholars and Knowledge Givers, FAM exhibitions represent our narratives from a distinctly Native perspective.
WINIKO: Life of an Object examines the things we make—how they reflect our values, possess spiritual significance and carry our ways into future generations.
The full-service restaurant will feature a sit-down dining experience, complete with great ambience and service. Delicious menu items are inspired by authentic Native recipes and tribally specific dishes. Ingredients will be sourced locally and regionally, with a focus on produce and game indigenous to Oklahoma. The menu will also serve as an educational tool to bring awareness to culinary distinctions between tribes, and the cultural history behind the recipes. This restaurant will be a unique experience in Oklahoma.
FAM Café and Coffee Shop
Nestled between the FAMily Discovery Center and the Forum Theatre, the café offers Native inspired food items along with specialty coffee and tea in a family friendly dining environment.
The Museum Store will feature one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry, basketry, ceramics, weavings, clothing, and artworks created by Oklahoma’s finest Native artists. All Native-made items will be certified as authentic.