A site adjacent to Fort Mitchell. It is dedicated to the Creek Confederation. There is a walking trail that has plants that were utilized by the tribes that made up the Creek Nation. These plants were essential parts of Creek food, medicines as well as religious ceremonies. The center has a sculpture that symbolizes the sacred fire of the Creek Nation. The entire sculpture is symbolic. The portion the fire sits upon is a design that is representative of a Creek town square.


  • The sculpture that is a featured piece.
    The sculpture that is a featured piece.

The Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center was dedicated in October 2002. 

"Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center," Explore Southern History, ( accessed August 12, 2016) http://www.exploresouthernhistory.com/ALChatt1.html "Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center," Chattahoochee Trace, ( accessed August 12, 2016) http://chattahoocheetrace.com/index.php/cihc