Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

Enid, OK | (580) 237-1907 | Best for: Grades 3-12

The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, a property of the Oklahoma Historical Society, tells the story of the largest land run in American history. The 1893 Land Run, settlement and development of northwest Oklahoma is explored through the Heritage Center’s five permanent exhibit galleries. On the grounds of the Heritage Center complex is Humphrey Heritage Village, a living history village featuring four historically significant buildings including the only remaining 1893 U.S. Land Office. Students can explore one of the Heritage Center’s education programs including a tour and program on Northwest Oklahoma’s Natural Resources. This 4th-12th program utilizes living history characters, films, and hands-on activities.

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Learn more about them at csrhc.org

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