The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center in Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma, is a historical museum telling the fascinating story of the settlement and development of Northwest Oklahoma, beginning with the Land Run of 1893. Through interactive exhibits, research, events, and programs, the Heritage Center makes learning a fun and engaging experience for all ages.
Claiming our past, inspiring our future!
Rooted In Exhibit
January 12 - February 13
Three Oklahoma artists are coming together to exhibit unique art pieces inspired by the history and life of homesteading and agriculture. On display, and for sale, will be pieces by Jena Kodesh, Audrey Schmitz, and Ken Crowder featuring photography, oil paintings, stoneware, and Raku ware.
New Year Sale in the Museum Shop!! 35% - 50% off marked price on select items!