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Sulphur - 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


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.


Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Such a beautiful center! Loved learning about the Chickasaw people and their history. We were there for the little museum and the stomp dancing. Unfortunately we weren't able to stay longer but we managed to get lunch which was also delicious. Definitely suggest visiting during spring/summer months in order to enjoy the Center's walking paths and grounds. Staff there were also very lovely. If I'm ever in the area again I'll try and visit when the weather is warmer.

Matha Goram

Saturday, May 12, 2018
Absolute gem of a place for a seasonal (late Spring) visit. Good for kids too who visit for free and are given many momentoes to keep after completing the nominal craft activities. Loved the dispersed buildings and sites with interpretive themes to digest. The walking is easily paced and the abundance of water and soothing breeze induces the healthy exercise. Of course, electric car rides are available for those in need right from the parking lot to all facilities to the extent practical.

Jessica Rushing

Wednesday, March 21, 2018
We love the Cultural Center. We have been several times and will go again, surely. It's nice to just walk around and explore, and my five year old has a great time learning about his heritage. Usually we go as a family, but this last time we went with just the two of us, and had no problems. If you have small children, be ready for a large campus. Most people bring strollers, but we usually just walk until he gets tired and then we meander through one of the gift shops on our way back to the truck. It's a nice location, and there's lots to do around Sulphur before heading home.

Roman Empire

Monday, Jan. 1, 2018
We visited during Children's Day and it was awesome. There's so much about Native American history that my whitewashed education did not talk about. The children's day did not go into much of the more gruesome history however I think that a visit to this place on a non theme day would probably lend to much more of that information. The entire place is beautiful and we didn't even get to go through the trail part by the time the kids had done other activities. one of the best parts was when there was a tribal dance demonstration and people were invited to join in. such a beautiful culture and people, it was nice to join in that world for a short time and learn some of their history. We will definitely go back again.

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