-  First of all, "Mvto!" (Mvskogee for Thanks!) for visiting us!  -



An original historic drama by Tripp Storm
and The Friends of Tuckabatchee

Comes Alive...

Education Day


Our popular EDUCATION DAY focuses on The Culture & Life of 
The Native Americans & Early Settlers of Alabama.
Each year, teachers, students and the general public attend our Education Day to be taken back in time to discover and experience Alabama's rich history.

Our Living History Camps & Stations are staffed 
by Professional Re-enactors, knowledgeable Educators, History Specialists and Members of the Muscogee Nation.

Some of our most popular activities include:
Traditional Muscogee Dance - Storytelling - Daily Life
Native Flute Performance - Traditional Games 
Alabama Pioneer Life Tour the 1845 "Dog Trot" Log Cabin

The interactive program should take about 2 hours to complete. 

Sponsored by The Tallassee Historical Preservation Society 
and The Friends of Tuckabatchee

Tips & Notes for Education Day attendees:
- Allow
 2 hours for the best experience. Each presentation and/or activity takes 15 minutes each.
- Handicapped parking available near the entrance. 
- Onsite parking for buses & vehicles

Coming from Out-of-Town?   Visitors may wish to view our  VISITOR INFO page, for an overview of area restaurants & traveler's information.
View our promotional video for Tecumseh At Tuckabatchee:

Open to Schools and the General Public

Tickets for the 
General Public are
$5.00 at the gate
9 am - 1 pm
(activities end at 2pm)

School Field Trip Organizers: 
Please, reserve early with our
Education Coordinator.

It is important we schedule your arrival time and have a headcount of students to better assure safety and a quality experience for all.