Comanche National Museum & Cultural Center

Comanche National Museum & Cultural Center 701 NW Ferris Ave
Lawton, OK 73507

Phone: 580-353-0404

The Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center offers visitors a glimpse of traditional cultural objects and detailed history about the Comanche people.  The museum hosts national traveling exhibits focusing on American Indian art and culture.  Each traveling exhibit is augmented with Comanche material culture. The museum is home to a variety of collections including fine art, the Egli and Chibitty Collections, Fort Sill Indian School and military items.  A library and photo archives are also on site.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Meeting Space Available

  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-44

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours





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From I-44, take downtown Lawton exit to Ferris Ave. Turn right on Ferris, then turn right on McMahon Dr. Museum located directly behind McMahon Auditorium.

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From Anne Robinette on 07/16/15

Nice, small museum great for children interested in Indian culture and art. My grandsons especially liked the hands on magnetic puzzles depicting the traveling art exhibit.Free adnission, Nice area to play in afterwards

From Staff on 02/08/13

Lajuana, if you'll contact the Comanche Nation Museum & Culture Center directly at 580-353-0404 or by emailing, they may be able to help you. Good luck, and thank you for using!

From Lajuana Knox on 02/08/13

have poster -1990- of Comanche indian George Tabdalepeh-not sure of spelling titled ON TO OKLAHOMA. would like to know anything about this poster. Thank you.

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