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Cooperating Association

The Ocmulgee National Monument Association (ONMA) is a nonprofit cooperating association working in partnership with the National Park Service. Established in 1942, the purpose of the ONMA is to support interpretive and educational programs at Ocmulgee National Monument. To accomplish these objectives, the ONMA operates the museum bookstore and offers memberships to the public.

Member benefits include:

  • A 20% discount at the Association store
  • Tickets to the Lantern Lights Tour, the Ocmulgee Indian Celebration, and other events
  • Attendance to the annual membership reception

Pease become a member today!


Ocmulgee National Monument Association

New Renewal

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___ $15 Student/Senior ___ $100 Contributing $500 Corporate

___ $25 Individual ___ $200 Patron

___ $50 Family $250 Sustaining ___ $1000 "All Things are

Connected" Club.

· All levels include invitations to events and 20% discount in the Museum Store

· Individual, Family and Contributing include newsletter listing, tickets to Indian Celebration and Lantern Tours

· Patron, Sustaining, Corporate, and "All things are Connected" Club include above and tickets to Indian Celebration Performer's dinner and Annual Patron's Recognition Reception

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Mail form to: Ocmulgee National Monument Association

Ocmulgee National Monument

1207 Emery Highway

Macon, Georgia 31217-4320

Did You Know?

photo of artifacts in the Ocmulgee National Monument collection

Ocmulgee National Monument preserves and displays a collection of archeological artifacts dating back more than 12,000 years. From early Clovis points through colonial bells and a 300 year old sword, the collection demonstrates our historic connection to all cultures from Stone Age to Space Age.