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Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

507 S 4th St, Enid, OK 73701-5835
+1 580-237-1907
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Tremendous Adventure for History Lovers

You will not want to miss this tremendous American heritage display. In addition to a wonderful... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2017
hd452016
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Tulsa, Oklahoma
The Highlight of Our Visit to Enid

On our return to Texas from The Dakotas, my family spent a night and much of the next day in Enid... read more

Reviewed 3 August 2017
CPGTheATeam
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Fort Worth, Texas
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  • Excellent72%
  • Very good17%
  • Average7%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible2%
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“land run” (11 reviews)
“great staff” (3 reviews)
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507 S 4th St, Enid, OK 73701-5835
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+1 580-237-1907
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

You will not want to miss this tremendous American heritage display. In addition to a wonderful museum there are four historically significant buildings in the Heritage Village. The best was the 1893 U.S. Land Run Office. The guided tour was well worth the cost. Discounts...More

Thank hd452016
Reviewed 3 August 2017

On our return to Texas from The Dakotas, my family spent a night and much of the next day in Enid. The highlight of our visit was the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, a Center dedicated to the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893 and...More

Thank CPGTheATeam
Reviewed 24 July 2017

This museum tells the story of the Enid Area from the Chisholm Trail, the land rush of 1893 and much much more. There is also a village in the back that you must see. This is a museum run by the state of Oklahoma and...More

Thank honest316
Reviewed 6 July 2017

From the road you can't tell that there is more to this museum than just the main building. The main building is the museum with some of Enid's history and the history of the land run. Outside behind the museum hidden in some big trees...More

Thank carrielok
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

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.

Thank Keith R
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

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 land was surveyed and how the land was cleared...More

Thank Richard T
Reviewed 14 April 2017

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 presentation about Enid and the surrounding area's heritage... which...More

Thank Jody S
Reviewed 14 April 2017

Museum tells story of the OK Land run with excellent exhibits-- then tells the story of how the discovery of oil changed the landscape and Enid grew up. Interesting local history tales. Outside exhibits of local historic buildings which had been "rescued" are interesting and...More

Thank _wrowlanda
Reviewed 3 November 2016 via mobile

The CherokeeStrip Regional Heritage Center is well worth your time to visit. It has you stepping back in time with the knowledgeable staff which are fabulous. On the grounds they have a one room school house that you can tour as well as a surveyor...More

1  Thank Nancy A
Reviewed 13 October 2016

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 and text panels about the land rush in the area, oil and gas...More

Thank Lynn W
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