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Southern Plains Indian Museum, Anadarko, Oklahoma

The Southern Plains Indian Museum displays the richly varied arts of western Oklahoma tribal peoples, including the Kiowa, Comanche, Kiowa-Apache, Southern Cheyenne, Southern Arapaho, Wichita, Caddo, Delaware, and Ft. Sill Apache. Highlights of the exhibits include historic clothing, shields, weapons, baby carriers, toys, and contemporary arts and crafts.

A series of promotional sales exhibitions introduces unsurpassed contemporary American Indian arts and crafts by emerging artists and craftspersons.

715 East Central Boulevard
Anadarko, Oklahoma

Summer (June 1-September 30)
Monday-Saturday 9AM-5PM
Sunday 1-5PM
Open July 4 and Labor Day

Winter (October 1-May 31)
Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM
Saturday-Sunday CLOSED

Admission Fees
Monday through Saturday:
Adults $3.00
Groups of 10 or more $1.00 each
Children: ages 6 to 12 $1.00
School groups $1.00 each
Children under 6 admitted free of charge
Free admission on Sundays!

Additional information
Southern Plains Indian Museum
P.O. Box 749
Anadarko, Oklahoma 73005
Telephone (405) 247-6221
Fax (405) 247-7593

American Indian Exposition
The American Indian Exposition is a major annual public event presented during the month of August in Anadarko, Oklahoma. The Exposition is located at the Caddo County Fairgrounds, adjacent to the Southern Plains Indian Museum. Comprising the largest tribal gathering in the State of Oklahoma, the Exposition features a week-long program of dance contests, a pageant, arts and craftss, horse racing and parades. For exact dates and more information concerning the Exposition, contact:

Anadarko Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 366
Anadarko, Oklahoma 73005
Telephone (405) 247-6651

The Southern Plains Indian Museum was founded in 1947-48 through the Federal and Oklahoma State governments' cooperative efforts.

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