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Places to visit native american culture exhibits in Oklahoma USA (Indian Territo

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Here is a list of places to visit in Oklahoma USA (Indian Territory) to learn about native american culture.

Oklahoma USA (Indian Territory) Places to Visit

The A.D.
Buck Museum of Natural History & Science

1220 E. Grand

Tonkawa, OK 74653

mailing address:

P.O. BOX 310

Tonkawa, OK 74653

tel (405) 628-6200

fax (405) 628-6209


Ataloa Lodge Museum
, Bacone College

Bacone College, Muskogee (74403)

Features Indian arts and crafts. School is famous for its Indian Art School.
Graduates include Willard Stone, Woody Crumbo, Acee Blue Eagle, Terry Saul and
Solomon McComb

Phone # 918-781-7283

The
Anadarko Philomathic Museum

311 E. Main St.

Anadarko, OK 73005

tel (405) 247-3240

Apache Historical Museum

Box 101, Apache (73006)

Original 1901 frontier bank with Indian art gallery

405-588-3392

Arkansas
River Historical Society Museum

5350 Cimarron Rd.

Catoosa, OK 74015

tel (918) 266-2291

avery@centum.utulsa.edu

Ataloa
Lodge Museum

2299 Old Bacone Rd.

Muskogee, OK 74403-1597

mailing address:

Bacone College

2299 Old Bacone Rd.

Muskogee, OK 74403-1597

tel (918) 683-4581, ext. 283

fax (918) 687-5913

Black
Kettle Museum

Intersection of U.S, 283 & State Hwy. 47

Cheyenne, OK 73628

mailing address:

P.O. BOX 252

Cheyenne, OK 73628

tel (405) 497-3929

Caddo Indian Territory Museum and Library

Box 274, Caddo (74729)

Indian artifacts and library

405-367-2227

Center of the American Indian

2100 NE 52nd Street, Oklahoma City (73111)

Indian paintings from 1920 to present, including a collection of powwow dolls

405-427-5461

Cherokee
Courthouse Visitors Information Center

2.5 miles S.E. of Gore on Hwy. 64

Gore, OK 74435

mailing address:

Rte. 2, Box 37-1

Gore, OK 74435

tel (918) 489-5663


Cherokee Heritage Center

Story of the Cherokee tribe is told through museum exhibits. Includes
Tsa-La-Gi re-created ancient village and “Trail of Tears” historical drama.

P. O. Box 515

Tahlequah, OK 74465-0515

Phone: 918-456-6007, FAX: 918-456-6165


Cherokee National Historical
Society

TSA-LA-GI-Cherokee Heritage Center

Willis Rd.

Tahlequah, OK 74465

mailing address:

P.O. BOX 515

Tahlequah, OK 74465

tel (918) 456-6007

fax (918) 456-6165

Cherokee
Strip Museum

901 14th St.

Alva, OK 73717

mailing address:

Drawer “A”

Alva, OK 73717

tel (405) 327-2030

Chickasaw Bank Museum

413 West Main, Tishomingo (73460)

405-371-2175


Chickasaw Council House Museum

Court House Square

Tishomingo, OK 73460

mailing address:

P.O. BOX 717

Tishomingo, OK 73460

tel (405) 371-3351


Chickasaw Museum/Cultural Center

520 Arlington

P.O. Box 1548

Ada, OK 74820-1548

tel (405) 436-2603, ext. 303

Chisholm
Trail Museum

605 Zellers Ave.

Kingfisher, OK 73750

tel (405) 375-5176

fax (405) 375-5176 (call first)

Choctaw Chief’s House

Box 165, Swink (74761)

1830’s home of Choctaw Chief Thomas LeFlore

405-873-2492

Choctaw National Historical Museum

Route 1, Box 105AAA, Tuskahoma (74574)

Once the capitol of the Choctaw Nation, now houses artifacts, paintings and
photographs.

918-569-4465

Citizen
Band Potwotomi Indians Tribal Museum

1901 S. Gordon Cooper Dr.

Shawnee, OK 74801

tel (405) 275-3119

Coo-Y-Yah County Museum

Box 969, Pryor (74362)

Artifacts of Cherokee, Creek and Osage tribes

918-825-2222

Creek
Council House Museum

Town Square

106 W. 6th

Okmulgee, OK 74447

tel (918) 756-2324

Creek Council Oak Tree

18th Street and Cheyenne, Tulsa (74103)

Historic landmark was the site of the council fire used by the first group of
Creeks to come to Oklahoma from Georgia

Delaware Tribal Museum

Box 825, Anadarko (73005)

Delaware tribal history is reflected through artifacts, artwork and resource
material

405-247-2448

Dewey
Hotel

801 N. Delaware

Dewey, OK 74029

mailing addresss:

Rt.1, Box 282

Copan, OK 74022

tel (918) 534-0125, 532-4416


Five Civilized Tribes Museum

Agency Hill

Honor Heights Dr.

Muskogee, OK 74401

tel (918) 683-1701

fax (918) 683-3070

Fort
Sill Museum

437 Quanah Rd.

Fort Sill, OK 73503-5100

tel (405) 531-5123

Fort Washita Historic Site

Star Route 213, Durant (74701)

This fort provided protection for the civilized Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians
against the Plains Indians in the mid-1800’s

405-924-6502

Fred
Jones, Jr. Museum of Art

University of Oklahoma

410 W. Boyd St.

Norman, OK 73019-0525

tel (405) 325-3272

fax (405) 325-7696


Gilcrease Museum

Former home of Cherokee Thomas Gilcrease. Features works by Acee Blue Eagle,
Willard Stone and Woody Crumbo. Also contains other Indian paintings, sculptures
and bronzes

918-582-3122

1400 Gilcrease Museum Rd.

Tulsa, OK 74127

tel (918) 596-2700

fax (918) 596-2770

Henry Harris Home

HC 60, Box 2070, Haworth (74740)

Home of prominent Choctaw leader, includes Trail of Tears artifacts

405-245-1129


Indian City USA

Highway 8, 2.5 miles S.E. of Anadarko

Anadarko, OK 73005

mailing address:

P.O. BOX 695

Anadarko, OK 73005

tel (405) 247-5661 or (800) 433-5661

chamber@tanet.net

J.M.
Davis Arms & Historical Museum

333 N. Lynn Riggs Blvd.

Claremore, OK 74018

mailing address:

P.O. BOX 966

Claremore, OK 74018

tel (918) 341-5707

fax (918) 341-5771

Jim Thorpe Home

706 East Boston, Yale (74085)

Direct descendant of Chief Black Hawk, Jim Thorpe was acclaimed as the greatest
athlete of the early twentieth century

918-387-2815

Kiowa Tribal Museum

Box 369, Carnegie (73015)

Kiowa Tribe artifacts and artwork

405-654-2300 (ext. 217)


Kirkpatrick Center Museum Complex

2100 N.E. 52nd

Oklahoma City, OK 73111

tel (405) 427-5461

fax (405) 424-1407


Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art

1900 W. MacArthur

Shawnee, OK 74801-2499

tel (405) 878-5300

fax (405) 878-5198

Murrell
Home

Depicts affluent lifestyle of the Cherokee people

3 miles south of Tahlequah, 1 mile east of SH 82

Tahlequah, OK 74464

mailing address:

HC 69, Box 54

Park Hill, OK 74451

tel (918) 456-2751

Museum
of the Cherokee Strip

507 S. 4th St.

Enid, OK 73701

tel (405) 237-1907


Museum of the Red River
, Idabel

812 E. Lincoln Rd.

Idabel, OK 74745

tel (405) 286-3616

Museum
of the Western Prairie

1100 N. Hightower

Altus, OK 73521

mailing address:

P.O. BOX 574

Altus, OK 73521

tel (405) 482-1044

National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center

1700 NE 63rd Street, Oklahoma City (73111)

Internationally renowned museum, including a prestigious collection of Indian
art, the famous “End of the Trail” statue and a Kachina doll collection.

405-478-2250

National
Hall of Fame for Famous American Indians

Hwy. 62 E.

Anadarko, OK 73005

mailing address:

P.O. BOX 548

Anadarko, OK 73005

tel (405) 247-555 & 3331

fax (405) 247-5571

No Man’s
Land Historical Museum

207 W. Sewell St.

Goodwell, OK 73939

mailing address:

P.O. BOX 278

Goodwell, OK 73939

tel (405) 349-2670

fax (405) 349-2670


Northwestern Oklahoma State University Museum

Jesse Dunn Hall

709 Oklahoma Blvd.

Alva, OK 73171

mailing address:

Museum NWOSU

Alva, OK 73717

tel (405) 327-1700 ext. 8513

fax (405) 327-1881

Oklahoma
Historical Society

2100 N. Lincoln Blvd.

Oklahoma City, OK 73105

mailing address:

Wiley Post Historical Building

Oklahoma City, OK 73105

tel (405) 521-2491

fax (405) 522-2492

Oklahoma
Museum of Natural History

University of Oklahoma

1335 Asp Avenue

Norman, OK 73019-0606

tel (405) 325-4712

fax (405) 325-7699

Oklahoma State Capitol

Capitol Building, Oklahoma City (73105)

Murals by Indian artist Charles Banks Wilson, “As Long as the Waters Flow”
statue by American Indian sculptor Allan Houser and “The Flags Plaza of Indian
Tribes of Oklahoma”.

405-521-3356

Old
Greer County Museum & Hall of Fame

222 W. Jefferson St.

Magnum, OK 73554

tel (405) 782-2851

Old Town
Museum

Pioneer Rd. & Hwy. 66

Elk City, OK 73648

mailing address:

P.O. Box 542

Elk City, OK 73648

tel (405) 225-2207

Osage
County Historical Museum

700 N. Lynn Ave.

Pawhuska, OK 74056

tel (918) 287-9924

Osage
Tribal Museum

Indian Agency Campus

600 N. Grandview Avenue, Pawhuska (74056)

Indian Agency Campus Artifacts of Osage Tribe

918-287-2495 (ext. 280)

Pawnee Bill Museum

Box 493, Pawnee (74058)

Home of Major Gordon William Lillie (better known as Pawnee Bill), one of
America’s foremost wild west showmen. Includes mementos from wild west shows

918-762-2513

Pawnee Indian Agency

Box 470, Pawnee (74058)

Pawnee Agency buildings on reserve Land

918-762-3621

Pawnee
Tribal Museum

P.O. Box 493

Pawnee, OK 74058

tel (918) 762-2513

fax (918) 762-2513 (call first)


The Philbrook Museum of Art, Inc.

2727 S. Rockford Rd.

Tulsa, OK 74114-4104

Collection includes modern Indian paintings and sculptures from the late 19th
century to present day. Also includes collections of baskets and pottery

tel (918) 748-5321

fax (918) 743-4320

Philomathic Museum

311 Main Street, Anadarko (73005)

Indian art and Indian doll collection

405-247-3240

Plains
Indians and Pioneers Museum

Indian artifacts

2009 Williams Ave.

Woodward, OK 73802

405-256-6136

Ponca City Cultural Center and Museum

1000 East Grand, Ponca City (74601)

Indian artifacts

405-767-0427

Potawatomi Indian Museum and Gift Shop

Route 5, Box 151, Shawnee (74802)

Handmade items by Indian artists

405-275-3121

Quanah Parker Star House and Eagle Park Ghost Town

Route1, Box 9, Cache (73527)

Restored home of famed Comanche Chief

405-429-3238 or 405-429-3420


Red Earth Indian
Center Museum

2100 N.E. 52nd St.

Oklahoma City, OK 73111

tel (405) 427-5228

Riverside Indian School

Route 1, Anadarko (73005)

One of the five remaining all-Indian boarding schools in the United States,
built in 1871

405-247-6673

Robert
S. Kerr Museum

1507 S. McKenna

Poteau, OK 74953

mailing address:

Rte. 1, Box 111

Poteau, OK 74953

tel (918) 647-8221, ext. 116

fax (918) 647-3952

Seminole
Nation Museum

Paintings of Seminole tribal history and sculpture by Enoch Kelly Haney.
Includes exhibits depicting the history of the Seminole Nation

524 S. Wewoka Ave.

Wewoka, OK 74884

450-257-5580

Sequoyah’s Home Site

Route 1, Box 141, Sallisaw (74955)

Home of Sequoyah, inventor of the Cherokee Alphabet, built in 1829

918-775-2413


Southern Plains Indian Museum
and Craft Center

715 E. Central, Highway 62

E. of Anadarko

mailing address:

P.O. BOX 749

Anadarko, OK 73005

tel (405) 247-6221

fax (405) 247-7593

Spiro Mounds Archaeological Park

Route 2, Spiro (74959)

Life and culture of pre-historic Indians discovered through excavation of burial
mounds

918-962-2062

The
State Museum of History

History of Oklahoma including Indian art and exhibits

Wiley Post Historical Bldg.

2100 N. Lincoln

Oklahoma City, OK 73105

tel (405) 521-2491

fax (405) 521-2492

Stephens
County Historical Society and Museum

Hwy. 81 & Beach

Fuqua Park

Duncan, OK 73533

mailing address:

P.O. BOX 1294

Duncan, OK 73533

tel (405) 252-0717

fax (405) 255-1231


Territory Town

five miles west of Okemah on I-40

Okemah, OK 74859

mailing address:

Rte. 2, Box 297-A

Okemah, OK 74859

tel (918) 623-2604

Three Valley Museum

Box 1191, Durant (74702)

Choctaw Indian memorabilia

405-920-1907

Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma Tribal Museum

Route 2, Box 346, Tonkawa (74653)

Artifacts of the Tonkawa tribe

405-682-5301

Top of
Oklahoma Historical Museum

303 S. Main St.

Blackwell, OK 74631

mailing address:

1822 S. 3rd.

Blackwell, OK 74631

tel (405) 363-0209 & 0933

Tulsa
Zoo & Living Museum

5701 E. 36th St.

N. Tulsa, OK 74115

tel (918) 669-6201

fax (918) 669-6260

U.S. Army Field Artillery and Fort Sill Museum

437 Quanah Road, Fort Sill (73503-5000)

Eight exhibit buildings include Geronimo’s guardhouse and graves of Geronimo and
other Indian Chiefs.

405-351-5123

Wallis
Museum at Connors State College

Connors State College

Rte. 1, Box 1000

Warner, OK 74469

tel (918) 463-2931 & 6251

Washita Battlefield

Box 252, Cheyenne (73628)

Site of 1868 “Battle of the Washitas” between General George Custer’s troops and
the Cheyenne Indians

405-497-3929

Will Rogers Memorial

West Will Rogers Blvd., Claremore (74018)

_ Tribute to the legendary Cherokee cowboy and entertainer Includes a museum and
family gravesite

918-341-0719

Willard Stone and Sons Museum and Gallery

Star Route East, Box 6, Locust Grove (74352)

Indian art and sculpture by Cherokee artist Willard Stone and his family

918-479-5388

Wichita
Memory Exhibit Museum, Wichita Tribal Cultural Center

P.O. Box 729

Anadarko, OK 73005

tel (405) 247-2425


Woolaroc Museum & Nature Preserve

An extensive collection of significant art and artifacts, plus a wildlife refuge
and Y-Indian Guide center.

State Highway 123

Bartlesville, OK 74003

mailing address:

Rt. 3, Box 2100

Bartlesville, OK 74003

tel (918) 336-0307

fax (918) 336-0084

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