Cherokee Strip Museum
Housed in an old vintage, 1932 hospital building, the museum boasts one of the best collections of pioneer exhibits and Indian art and artifacts in the state. It features 40 rooms displaying the history of Alva and the Cherokee Strip, such as an old school room, drug store, kitchen, Indian room, Presidential room, Army room and a P.O.W. camp.
Since the Cherokee Strip Museum is housed in an old hospital, it has seen its share of death, and is reported to be haunted by patients of botched surgeries. Several people have reported strange lights and shadows moving around in the building at ...
General Information: Free admission
Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Tour Group Welcome Reception
Tour Information: Guided Tours
Open Labor Day through Memorial Day.
I-35 from Blackwell corner 74 miles W.
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