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Escape to a simpler time and experience Christmas in the Cherokee Outlet as it was over 100 years ago, with the sights, smells and sounds of the holiday season.
Four historic buildings in Humphrey Heritage Village are decorated for Christmas circa 1900, including the Glidewell House, where every room is filled with the Christmas spirit. Step from the Glidewell's living room where the Christmas tree awaits presents for young and old into the dining room, set pristinely in anticipation of a mouth-watering Christmas dinner.
The Village is a perfect setting for your family holiday photos.
Opening night is Dec. 6 5-9 pm. Admission for this special night is $5. Enjoy carolers, ornament making and experience Christmas as it was celebrated during the Land Run era.
Hours beginning Dec. 7 are 10 am-5 pm Tuesday-Saturday, closed Christmas Day. Admission is the regular museum fee of $7.
The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center tells the story of the Great Land Run of 1893 that began the development of northern and northwest Oklahoma. Click here for more information.