Due to caution in regards to COVID-19, the Chickasaw Bank Museum is temporarily closed.
Plan a Historical Visit to the Chickasaw Bank Museum!
The Bank of the Chickasaw Nation opened in 1901 and came to ruin in 1909 when a cashier and part owner absconded with the money (around $40,000) and was never caught or brought to justice. Years later, the interior of the first floor was restored to its original appearance as the Chickasaw Nation’s official depository showcasing historical memorabilia and artifacts from the time. The Chickasaw Bank Museum in Tishomingo, Oklahoma was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992 and has since become a popular stop for group tours and other visitors around the area.