• Rich in American Indian heritage, Anadarko showcases native culture, art and powwow celebrations.

    Photo by: Anadarko Chamber of Commerce


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Settled on the western plains of Oklahoma, Anadarko has a rich Native American history. It is the self-proclaimed “Indian Capital of the Nation” and Native Americans make up the near-majority of the population.

The Southern Plains Indian Museum celebrates the arts, crafts, clothes and weaponry of several tribes including the Kiowa, Comanche, Kiowa-Apache, Southern Cheyenne, Southern Arapaho, Wichita, Caddo and Delaware tribes. Find cultural treasures to take home with you at the Oklahoma Indian Arts & Crafts Cooperative located in the museum, and don’t miss the annual Kiowa Black Leggings Warrior Society Ceremonial in the summer.

Anadarko is also home to the National Hall of Fame for Famous American Indians, the Delaware Tribal Museum, Gallery of Art at Anadarko and Anadarko Heritage Museum. Even the post office in town is a special place that holds 16 murals by Stephen Mopope, an artist of the “Kiowa Five.” Be sure to visit the Woods & Waters Winery and Vineyard in Anadarko for a trip complete with art, culture, delicious food and made in Oklahoma wine.

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