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

"Tecumseh At Tuckabatchee" is on haitus for 2015. 
Our new historical stage presentation, 

Premieres at 7:00pm on Saturday, July 25th
with a 2:00 pm performance on Sunday the 26th.

Produced by The Friends of Tuckabatchee and presented
 in Association with the Tallassee Historical Preservation Society
at Tallassee High School Auditorium

for complete details & tickets


Our popular EDUCATION DAY, focused on 
The Culture & Life of The Native Americans
& Early Settlers of Alabama,
 will take place on our usual, "first Friday," date in October. 

  Alabama History
Comes Alive...

(View our promotional for our "Tecumseh" production)
"From The Heart Pocket" 


After The Friends of Tuckabatchee wrapped up it's October 2014 production of Tecumseh At Tuckabatchee, new ideas began to form on telling more of the tale of how Tallassee, Alabama came to be. 

The events portrayed in the Tecumseh drama took place from 1810 to 1814. So, it seemed fitting the next big stop in Tallassee's History should be 1865 and the War Between The States.  Read more >>>

"From The Heart Pocket"Tickets
on sale July 1st


EDUCATION DAY Friday, October 2nd

See details, below

Tips & Notes for audience members:

  - Performance time: 1 hour 45 minutes. Intermission: 15 minutes.
- Handicapped parking available near the entrance.
- no unauthorized photography or recording of any kind is permitted during the performance.  
-After the show, the cast will "meet & greet" and photo requests may be made at that time.

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

Education Day

 Friday, October 2
 9:00am to 2:00pm
Featuring Living History Camps & Stations, staffed by Professional Re-enactors, knowledgeable Educators, History Specialists and Members of the Muscogee Nation!
Traditional Muscogee Dance - Storytelling - Daily Life
Native Flute - Traditional Games - Cook Fry Bread
Alabama Pioneer Life Tour the 1845 "Dog Trot" Log Cabin

|| Open to Schools and the General Public ||
$5 walk-up admission

The interactive program (15 minutes per station) should take about 90 to 110 minutes to complete.
FIELD TRIP COORDINATORSPlease, contact The Tallassee Chamber of Commerce, at 334-283-5151 for further information, including bus arrivals and parking, study guides, picnic area, local eateries. We also have a catered bag lunch option for groups. Join us for this unique educational experience!

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