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Wow! I was amazed at the information this tribe puts out. Very very friendly staff, and very very helpful. These folks go out of their way to make you comfortable in their environment. The genealogy department was awesome! The art exhibit was beautiful. I will...More
The Chickasaw Tribe hosts an amazing and inclusive Fall Festival. The museum is very educational interactive. The festival is immersive and allows you to learn of Chickasaw culture by participating in stomp dances, sampling foods prepared in traditional ways, exploring gardens and a village, play...More
I enjoyed the native food. We had Indian tacos, pork and hominy but I don't remember their name for it and grape dumplings, which were really delicious. The crafts had already shut down for the day but I would recommend this stop
This center is worth the effort to find. There is no signage to show you where to go once you leave the interstate. We had to ask at a convenience store in Sulphur. The grounds and museum are beautiful. The movie telling the Chickasaw-Choctaw story...More
Awesome place to visit. Almost too much for an afternoon from feeding catfish to artifacts. We even arrived in time for the tribal dancing which we enjoyed very much. My friend is a veteran of desert Storm and uses a walker they went out of...More
Today we decided to stop and check out the cultural center to see what was offered and decide if we would bring our daughter at a later date. I was blown away at all there is to do and see. I am so excited it...More
It was raining when we visited so we couldn’t cover the whole area but we were able to watch the Chickasaw dance at 2pm and have lunch at the cafe. It is run by the Chickasaw people and you can see them doing beadwork at...More
My husband and I stopped in for lunch and to look around. It has been raining all weekend and was raining on and off while we were there. Nonetheless, it is beautiful. The restaurant is great and we really enjoyed the buffalo burger and the...More
They perform at various times on different days, but the schedule is on the website for each day in advance. We knew exactly when they were going to perform (which was at 11 a..m. on the day we were there) by checking the... More
They perform at various times on different days, but the schedule is on the website for each day in advance. We knew exactly when they were going to perform (which was at 11 a..m. on the day we were there) by checking the website....and you can participate in the dance if you wish to, once they've explained and demonstrated it.