Chickasaw Cultural Center, Sulphur
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We unexpectedly came during their fall festival. It was wonderful! Lots of activities for the kids, free tasting of different foods. It was wonderful.
The Chickasaw Nation is doing an excellent job of sharing their story. Their target audience seems to be both members of their own nation and the rest of the world. Their story includes both the past ... read more »
We were here during the annual Chickasaw Festival so we were treated to cultural displays and had a chance to interact with the dancers and artisans. I can recommend this center without reservations t... read more »
This is a place I've wanted to go to for years and I'm glad that I finally did. With an excellent museum and cultural center this place has a bit of everything. Want to grab a bite to eat? It's got a cafe. Want to learn about the Chickasaw? Hit the museum and the living village. Want to see a movie? Not only do they have an excellent theater with great seats showing documentaries but they even show regular films (check the schedule). Want to do a little shopping? Two gift shops. The grounds are beautifully landscaped with excellent sculptures as well so even a little walk can yield a lot of interesting things to see. Don't delay like I did. Get down and see this place as soon as possible.
Very peaceful place where you can look around at your leisure. They have scheduled shows every day. People had booths set up making different items that they have used in their culture and gave a lot of information about the objects. It was a really fun day. We were there for about 3 hours. Really enjoyed it.
We came to the area, mainly to access the recreation area nearby. While there, we decided to have a look at the cultural center. The facility is really nice and new, with a modern architecture that seems Asian-influenced. We were hoping to see some old artifacts, like tools and weapons, on display in a museum type of setting... there weren't too many items of that variety on display in the facility. Probably the most interesting thing to see is the recreated village which portrays summer and winter homes, giving an idea of the lifestyle the people were living at the time.
CAROLINE BAKER LONDON
THERE NOT MUCH TO LOOK AT,DURING THE POW WOW DANCES THE INDIANS ARE MOSTLEY WHITE I'M NOT PRECIOUS BUT DAMN IT I PAID TO SEE INDIANS THEIR OUTFITS WE'RE UGLY NO FEATHERS ON THE HEAD GEAR OR OUTFITS THEY WANTED THE AUDIANCE TO DANCE THEY WE'RE SO UN ORGANIZE THE KIDS COUNT FIGUIRE OUT THE DANCES WE WON'T BE BACK THERE OPEN ALL YEAR OROUND 7 DAYS A WEEK NOT SURE HOW MANY YEARS BUT THEY SHOULD HAD IT FIGUIRE IT OUT BY NOW
I was suprised! We got educational demonstrations on flute making and playing, an explanation of their sport, bead weaving (my son got a kit at the gift shop and has made two intricate bracelets!) Got to visit a life size village and eat traditional food and yhe souvenirs were affordable.
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