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Chickasaw Cultural Center

867 Cooper Memorial Dr

Our Goal Statement


- Capture the essence of Chickasaw Culture
- Revitalize and share Chickasaw culture and traditions through cultural demonstrations and community outreach activities
- Preserve, protect and add to Chickasaw history through archives, collections and research
- Provide educational opportunities to the Chickasaw people
- Share our unique culture with the world



Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Very nice facility. The story teller was very informative while still entertaining the widely age-ranged audience. There were many family-oriented activities available and the theater was showing Stewart Little (staring Hugh Laurie and Gena Davis). My son enjoyed feeding the fish and turtles in the pond. The many modern style water features on the property are nicely incorporated into the campus and lend to a classy yet relaxing atmosphere. The parking is free and there is plenty of it. The buildings are all wheelchair accessible (and actually wheelchair friendly - not just ADA compliant!) The cafe has a limited menu but everything we ordered was very good and priced quite reasonably. I was surprised that there weren't recycling options for all the plastics that were used and thrown away (water bottles at least).

Jay Parker

Monday, Aug. 6, 2018
Cool place. I like the walk through village and the cable bridge that does over the creek. Hint- you can get to it from Veteran's Lake down a gravel road that goes past the dam to the right. This is good if you are already at Bromide Hill and want to go there without driving through town.

Fam Kulas

Saturday, July 28, 2018
Some of the best things about it is that it is mostly free! The food is wonderful and inexpensive! A lot of the exhibits are very neat and educational. They have a super cool outdoor reconstructed Village. Many beautiful outdoor Gardens and really need water exhibit.

Full Time Humans

Tuesday, June 26, 2018
A great stop for education. These are well kept grounds with great exhibits. The stomp dance demonstration was interesting. It is a nice day to walk around and explore. The highlight for us was the outdoor area where they have a lifesize replica of a village in the back. As a side note: There is no biking in the park, but they have a trail that connects in the back that you can bike on.

Robert Talbot

Saturday, May 12, 2018
Very nice place that is kid and family friendly. Indoor exhibits are very cool and informative. The reason for the 4 star instead of five is it is very noisy. So if you have a problem with simultaneous multiple noises you might not like some of the indoor exhibits. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. They make sure you are having the best experience. The food is more cafeteria style like you would expect at a zoo or such but is very good.

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