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The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center tells the extraordinary story of the 1893 land run, the largest in American history. The exceptional facility engages visitors in the history of the Cherokee Strip from settlement to present through five inter- active exhibit galleries. Other features of this quality museum include a rotating exhibit gallery, theater, research center and museum shop featuring unique gifts and the works of local artists. The Center’s living history area, Humphrey Heritage Village, is a grouping of four historically significant buildings includ- ing the only remaining 1893 U.S. Land Office. 507 S. 4th Street 580.237.1907 csrhc.org David Allen Memorial Ballpark the finest high school baseball facility in the United States, is the location for many regional and national high school, and college tournaments. 301 S. Grand Ave 580.548.0396 davidallenballpark.com 3 miles west of Junction 58 near Ringwood on Hwy 412 580.883.4919 indiancreek.com 616 Leona Mitchell Blvd 580.237.6989 leonamitchellsouthernheightsindianmuseum.org Leonardo’s Children’s Museum Have an adventure at Leonardo’s Children’s Museum. Recently renovated, it includes two huge floors filled with hands on exhibits. On the main level, our popular tinkering area lets imagination and creation unite. Use real tools to make a unique handiwork. Go to the Critter Area and meet one of our friendly critters. Upstairs visit the little community with a grocery store, dentist office, hospital area, and a farm. If you are brave enough, lay on the Bed of Nails! Make an airplane and test how well it can fly or paint a masterpiece in the art studio. It is fun for the whole family. Admission also includes entry to Adventure Quest, the largest community built play space where families can explore a three story castle and pirate ship. Come play at Leonardo’s today. 200 E. Maple 580.233.ARTS (2787) leonardos.org Indian Creek Village Winery offers tours of the winery, sample wines and a gift shop. Indian Creek has a wed- ding chapel, a bed & breakfast and a restaurant. Leona Mitchell Southern Heights Heritage Center and Indian Museum provides life-long learning opportunities in appreciation of the ancestry, heritage and history of Ethnic Native Americans of the Americas, Ethnic Pioneer Settlers and African Ancestral Americans. Admission is free and donations are welcome. Large groups and Sunday tours by special arrangement only. Attractions 23