Events – Swamp of Horrors 2017


American Indian Arts Celebration (AIAC)

American Indian Arts Celebration (AIAC): Join us for the 20th Annual AIAC Friday, November 3th and Saturday, November 4th, 2017! Every year the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum hosts our annual on the Museum grounds in the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation. Enjoy traditional and contemporary arts and crafts, dance and music of the Seminole, Southeastern and other Indian tribes from across the country. Along with the Native American vendors, Special Presentations and Wildlife Shows, admission to the festival includes free parking and entrance to our award winning museum and boardwalk. This year will be our 20th Anniversary of the festival!

October 27th-29th & Halloween Night

Travel through a Black Widow tunnel,
so we can Have you for dinner.

Ride aboard a swamp buggy through an eerie marsh with haunted scenes and surprises around each turn. Hear Native American legends of the Seminole Indians and the legendary beings that may live here. Travel through a “Black widow tunnel,” so we can “Have you for dinner.” We made arrangements for the butcher to get you prepared at the “Chainsaw slaughter House.” Ride past haunted sounds coming from the “Ghoulish Stage” and watch for the “Skunk Ape” and the “Headless Horseman.”

Next, encounter a “Zombie Swamp Buggy and Airboat site” and hear ol’ Seminole legends of the “Seminole Snake Man.” As you depart, travel by “Zombie Animals” lurking in the glowing “Gator Grave Yard.” *No bags or objects may be carried with you on the swamp buggy. Not advised for children under seven, scenes of horrors may not be suitable for young audiences.*