Ada Arts and Heritage Center

Built in 1939 originally as the Ada Public Library, the Ada Arts and Heritage Center is a non-profit organization that now serves as a museum rotating art displays from local, regional and national artists. It also has an amazing collection of historic photographs. The colonial revival styled building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and regularly hosts art shows, musicals, recitals, receptions and more.

400 South Rennie Street
Ada, OK 74820
580-332-7302

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