Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center
- 507 S 4th Street
All OHS-member museums, including the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, are closed through March 31. In addition, special events and programs are cancelled through April 15.
Hours of operation
Tuesday-Saturday 10 am-5 pm
Named Oklahoma's Outstanding New Attraction in 2012 by Oklahoma Travel Industry Association
You'll meet an array of historical figures and be inspired by the character traits that made them great leaders when you visit the Smithsonian-quality Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center that tells the history and development of the Cherokee Outlet.
Discover what it was like to be in the saddle astride your galloping horse racing to stake your claim. See what it was like to live in a sod house, and see the importance of agriculture, oil and transportation to the region, the City of Enid as the center of commerce for the region, and Phillips University.
On the grounds of the Heritage Center is Humphrey Heritage Village, a collection of four historically-significant buildings, including the only remaining 1893 U.S. Land office, a 1902 church, a 1905 Victorian home and an 1895 one-room school house.The Village provides educational programs and is available for rental for special events and weddings. Guided tours of the village are available Tuesday-Saturday at 11 am, 1:30 pm and 3 pm - weather permitting.
Admission $7 for adults, $5 for seniors, $4 for students.