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Great Plains Country Oklahoma

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.

Western Oklahoma Ballet Theatre - Offering a performance series that celebrates the colorful scope and accessibility of the art of dance. Check to see what is being performed.

Duncan Little Theatre - Provides a varied program of plays, musicals, dinner theaters and melodramas over the course of each year.

Red Carpet Community Theater - Home to wonderful live theater. One of the oldest award-winning theatres in western Oklahoma, with its own building and an ambitious 5 show season.

Historic Mattie Beal Home - Your tour of the Mattie Beal Home will transport you back in time to the dynamic early years of the 20th century when both Oklahoma and the city of Lawton were born.

The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center - 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.

Farm and Ranch Museum - Inside the Farm and Ranch Museum you will find many exhibits depicting pioneer farmers and ranchers and their contribution to this nation. Experience a taste of pioneer life as you journey through the Farm and Ranch Museum.

Roger Miller Museum - The museum, including its exhibits, publications and website center, is available to the general public to promote good will, cultural tourism and music appreciation, not only in the City of Erick and State of Oklahoma, but also across the United States and abroad.

The Southwest Playhouse - A leading performing arts center in Southwest Oklahoma. Several of your favorite productions come to life on stage. Check to see what masterpiece is currently playing.

Chisholm Trail Arts Council - Providing quality entertainment for years. Musicians preforming regularly. Come enjoy at night out with live music to rejuvenate the soul.

Simmons Center Theatre - Southwest Oklahoma's home of the performing arts, this exquisite theatre seats 750 and showcases all of the performing arts.

Pioneer Heritage Townsite Center - Life with no running water and electricity, shopping at the general store, attending a one-room school, and the back-breaking labor of farming are remembered by older generations and introduced historically to the younger generations at the Pioneer Heritage Townsite Center.

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 American artifacts.

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum - Exhibits begin with "The World's Largest Curio Cabinet," home of special treasures collected from along the route. An audio tour written and narrated by Michael Wallis, author of Route 66: The Mother Road, will guide visitors through six decades of Route 66 history.

Old Town Museum - The steward for the present generation in preserving those moments of life experienced in settings like the interior of the Rock Bluff School, the Pioneer Chapel and early day pioneer doctor's office. Enjoy a stroll around Cowtown watering hole.

Hinton Historical Museum & Parker House - Over 25,000 square feet of Hinton, Caddo County, and Oklahoma History from the late 1800's. See exhibits including home furnishings, clothing, photographs, and pioneer life items as well as local memorabilia of Hinton.

Stafford Air & Space Museum - Houses an amazing collection of air and space exhibits, an interactive aviation gallery that spans the history of flight, more than 20 historic aircraft, unique space flight artifacts and more!

The Comanche National Museum & Cultural Center - Offers visitors a glimpse of traditional cultural items and detailed history about the tribe. Its purpose is to allow visitors better understanding about the Comanche People.