Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center Inc
Rating: 5 stars 7 7 reviews
Arts & Culture
507 S 4TH St Enid OK 73701 USA
To tell the extraordinary stories of settling the Cherokee Strip and share the inspiring lessons of leadership with future generations.
Grand Opening was April 1, 2011
All ages - Southwestern United States
Geographic areas served:
Northwest Oklahoma, the State of Oklahoma and surrounding states.
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The Heritage Center presents a wonderful glimse into the history of Northern Oklahoma. It displays the hard work, determination and dedication that it took to develop an open praire into a modern part of the American fabric in the shortest time period in history. The presentation is extremely well done and can be viewed at the pace of the visitor. Wonderful!!!
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The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center is a gem. This museum tells the stories of those who settled this area after the Great Land Run, plus it teaches leadership lessons which are still relevant to business leaders today. The Center is a dynamic community organization with a full calendar of brown bag luncheons, family events and traveling exhibits. Beautiful exhibits, interesting artifacts, knowledgable staff and a completely remodeled "campus" make this someplace to add to your "to do" list for sure.
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I am delighted to have the history of community well documented through the efforts of the CSRHC.
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If I had more time, I would volunteer here during the days when school groups come through the school to experience what it was like to attend school in a one room school house.