CHISOLM TRAIL HERITAGE CENTER

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Highway:
OK 7

Exit:
WEST BEECH AVENUE

Street Address:
1000 CHISOLM TRAIL PARKWAY

City:
DUNCAN

State:
OK

Phone:
580-252-6692



Based out of Duncan, OK on the Historic Chisholm Trail, Highway 81.

Hours are Monday- Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 1pm-5pm Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
Please call ahead during times of inclement weather as our hours may change unexpected for the safety of our staff and guests.
Admission Fees
• Adults -$6 ea.
• Youth-(5-17 years of age) - $4 ea.
• Families-(2 adults/4 children) - $17 per family
• Seniors-(55+) - $5 ea.
• Military-(in uniform FREE) Family $2.00 off per person
• Tour Groups-(Advance Notice Required) - $5 ea.
• School Groups-(Advance Notice Required) - $3 ea.

Special discounts available for AAA, military and other groups, ask for details.

We are required to add state taxes to all admission fees.

Free DVD
Email us at giftshop@onthechisholmtrail.com to request a free DVD about the Heritage Center.

Your Visit to the Chisholm Trail Trail Heritage Center
Professional docents (tour guides) on staff at all times. Tours are independent or lead by a Chisholm Trail expert. Individuals, families, small and large groups are welcome. Large groups are encouraged to call ahead for reservations. The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center is handicapped accessible. Wheelchairs available at the door, free of charge. Sign language interpreter available with prearrangement. Spanish language interpreter available on request.
Toss a rope around a Longhorn steer; ride a bucking bronco; create your own brand or sit a spell near the campfire and listen to Jesse Chisholm as he offers advice to a young cowboy on his first cattle drive. In the multi-sensory Experience Theater, smell the wildflowers of a springtime Oklahoma prairie, listen to the thundering hooves of a cattle stampede, and feel the wind and rain on your face as a storm rages.

A surprise awaits you when you walk into the Garis Gallery of the American West. The intimate setting opens to an exceptional collection of Western paintings and sculptures. Works by Frederick Remington, George Catlin, Charles Russell, Alan Houser and regional and local artists of note are on display in the permanent collection. See the nearly $2,000,000 collection and home to the world's largest bronze statue depicting the Chisholm Trail.

Gift Shop
Sells western mementos, books, gift items, jewelry, tee shirts, and home decor products.
http://www.onthechisolmtrail.com


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