A themed Orientation Theater uses projection, light, and sound to immerse the visitor in the story of Chickasaw heritage. 
 At the conclusion of the presentation in the Orientation Theater, the screen rises and visitors step into the Spirit Forest. 
 The Spirit Forest uses light and sound to introduce visitors to the unique relationship the Chickasaw have with nature.
 Displays of cultural items are arranged in visually accessible and natural ways, mimicking village life.
 The Removal Forest recounts the tragedy of the Trail of Tears.
 Light and sound is used to impart cultural richness and meaning in the Spirit Forest.
 A projection shows a Spirit Lesson, the production of cultural artifacts.
 An innovative Stomp Dance lenticular mural features animated dancers, drums, and voices, engaging visitors as they exit the museum.
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