The Indian Temple Mound Museum: A Fascinating Look at Native American Culture and Local History
The Indian Temple Mound and Museum is an incredible historic site and accompanying museum dedicated to showcasing the history and culture of Fort Walton Beach and Northwest Florida from 14,000 B.C. through the 1950s through exhibits and educational programs. The museum’s main attraction is the Fort Walton Temple Mound, a large ceremonial, religious, and political structure built in approximately 850 AD by the Pensacola Mississippian tribe.
Admission for the Indian Temple Mound Museum depends on age or military status. Prices range from $3.18 for children ages 4 to 17 years to $5.30 for adults ages 18 years or older. Discounts are available for military personnel with ID and seniors over the age of 55 years. These fees also serve as admission for all four of the museums located on the grounds, of Heritage Park & Cultural Center, including the Indian Temple Mound Museum, the Fort Walton Temple Mound, the Camp Walton Schoolhouse Museum, and the Garnier Post Office Museum.
The museum and historic attraction are open Monday through Saturday from 8:00am to 5:00pm, with the last admission tickets sold at 4:00pm. The Indian Temple Mound and Museum is closed on Sundays and for all major holidays.
You’ll find the Indian Temple Mound Museum in downtown Fort Walton Beach, next door to the Camp Walton Schoolhouse Museum at 139 Miracle Strip Pkwy SE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548. You can learn more about this attraction by calling (850) 833-9595, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or asking one of our representatives at Breakers of Fort Walton Beach.