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Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, Enid

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • We toured the museum in September. The building and grounds appear to be newly built. Admission for adults is approx. $6 and veterans are free. The museum consists of artifacts, interactive monitors a...  read more »
  • We drove in from the NE area of the state specificly to go to the museum. It is great! Brand new, well organized, informative, lots of interactive exhibits. The original buildings in the back are spec...  read more »
  • The outside was closed when we visited 22 July 2016. The inside displays are well done and informative, but the place was smaller than expected. I'd give it an hour and a half at most. 
  • The staff is extremely knowledgeable and friendly. They will tell you as much or as little about any particular exhibit that they have. The landrun and oil & gas history included interactive media that gives perspective from people from the day. There was also some incredible, authentic items from everyday life that are rarely seen today. You really need 3 hours to see everything. I paid the maximum admission fee ($6) and definitely got my monies worth. Great place for history buffs or people wanting to know about the early days of Oklahoma and specifically Enid, Oklahoma.
  • Outstanding museum with impressive interactive displays, historic village and film. One of the best museums I've ever attended! Robert Farrington, Colorado
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