Museum of the
Great Plains - The Museum of the Great Plains is
dedicated to the collection, preservation, interpretation and exhibition
of materials pertaining to the cultural and natural history of the Great
Plains of North America. Visitors can view intriguing Native American
exhibits of the region, including the Tingley Collection of Native
City U.S.A. - Indian City U.S.A. was organized by the
citizens of Anadarko in 1954. It was designed as a vast outdoor museum to
provide visitors with a highly reliable series of reconstructed American
Indian Villages. Tours of Indian City are conducted by members of some of
the same tribes that are represented in the Villages. A museum and a gift
shop are also available.
Trail Heritage Center - The Heritage Center was
established in 1998 to commemorate and celebrate the great history and
heritage of the old Chisholm Trail and the other Great Cattle Trails of
the late 19th century. The Center includes the largest bronze sculpture
in Oklahoma, a monumental statue of a cattle drive, and an adjacent
museum and visitor center.
Cultural Center - The Cheyenne Cultural Center,
conceived as a vision by Lawrence Hart, became a reality in 1977. Mr.
Hart, executive director of the center, and his family founded the
center in hopes to cultivate the preservation of the Cheyenne people's
way of life. Located on the original Red Wheat Allotment, the site has
become a regional interpretive center for Cheyenne history and culture.