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Chickasaw Cultural Center, Sulphur
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TripAdvisor
  • Driving through Oklahoma, we had no specific plans but ended up in Sulpher, OK. We stopped at the Chickasaw Visitors Center where a very helpful woman suggested we go to the Chickasaw National Park fo...  more »
  • This was well worth the drive from Oklahoma City! Everything was clean and inviting. We learned about the Chickasaw history and enjoyed roaming around the grounds. There is plenty to see indoors and o...  more »
  • I foolishly assumed that pretty much all there was to see in Oklahoma was inside its two urban centers, Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Thankfully a family vacation in Oklahoma City (where my mother and one ...  more »
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  • 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.
  • We went for the Fall Harvest Festival. It was wonderful. We learned quite a bit about the rich cultural heritage of the Chickasaw tribe. In addition, they were serving a variety of free traditional food!! It was delicious and the people were incredibly hospitable. The rest of the center is beautiful and the village was super interesting. It was an easy day trip from Dallas. Highly recommended, especially if there is a special event going on!!
  • 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.
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