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Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, Enid

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  • Great local history museum includes exhibits on local industries, Chisholm trail and Cherokee Strip land run. Well preserved buildings from late 1800's. Friendly staff, well organized and presented.  more »
  • The staff was very accommodating lots of information on a very little known part of America history. The land run is not something commonly taught in the schools and our part of the country. How the l...  more »
  • This museum is not the Smithsonian, but it is a nice little place to learn about NW Oklahoma's history. Really well put together, not just a bunch of arrowheads and mason jars, but rather a nice prese...  more »
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  • Great place to check out! The staff are wonderful and the events are always fun for all ages. I come here every chance I get for their new exhibits and events. My daughters love it. The gift shop has some nice replicas and a few made in Oklahoma treasures. They even do classes in the old school for elementary schools.
  • It was good dad really like it. The chisomn trail is where my and I grow up. My parents to for the most part. We have heritage center and museum in Duncan it's where we're from. Got pics of my kids playing with old wooden toys...lol low tech. It was fun.
  • 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.
  • So much to learn so little time!!!!! great place for family outings or field trips
  • Outstanding museum with impressive interactive displays, historic village and film. One of the best museums I've ever attended! Robert Farrington, Colorado