Family Attractions

No matter what your family enjoys, there's a way to make memories in Chickasaw Country. Learn about chocolate and get a sweet treatby taking a trip to the Bedré Chocolate Factory and learning about the process of chocolate making. Not only learn about, but experience Chickasaw culture by visiting some of the many museums dedicated to the history of the region. Or enjoy the magnificent outdoors with a day-trip to some of the area's beautiful lakes and state parks. Check out our selection of kid-friendly attractions for more fun family vacation ideas and start planning your next trip to Chickasaw Country.



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  1. Bedré Fine Chocolate

    Davis, OK

    The Chickasaw Nation purchase Bedré Fine Chocolate in 2000, and continues to build on its rich legacy and love of curating the bold and delicate flavors of chocolate. Bedré, Norwegian for "better," has set the standard for premium quality...
  2. Chickasaw Cultural Center

    Sulphur, OK

    The Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, Oklahoma, offers a world of opportunity to learn and connect with First American history. Watch the story of the Chickasaw people unfold before your eyes through powerful performances, reenactments,...
  3. McSwain Theatre

    Ada, OK

    The McSwain Theatre in Ada, Oklahoma has been in business for more than 90 years while bringing a wide variety of live entertainment to fans of all ages. Originally built in 1920, this theatre has seen several famous movie stars and musicians...
  4. ARTesian Gallery & Studios

    Sulphur, OK

    A Celebration of the Fine Arts! Located in the heart of downtown Sulphur, the ARTesian Gallery and Studios is a space for creating, appreciating and sharing fine art. Renovated to complement the grand Artesian Hotel • Casino • Spa, located just...
  5. Boggy Depot Park

    Atoka, OK

    For the safety of our visitors, Boggy Depot will limit its overall capacity and has also limited capacity in certain areas of the park.  Additional areas will remain closed to the public at this time. Upon entering the park, all visitors are...
  6. Chickasaw Bank Museum

    Tishomingo, OK

     Plan a Historical Visit to the Chickasaw Bank Museum! The Bank of the Chickasaw Nation opened in 1901 and came to ruin in 1909 when a cashier and part owner absconded with the money (around $40,000) and was never caught or brought to justice....
  7. Chickasaw Council House Museum

    Tishomingo, OK

    The first Chickasaw Capitol House built in Indian Territory is preserved inside the museum along with a beautiful collection of pottery, jewelry, beadwork, artifacts, Chickasaw artwork and archives. The Chickasaw Council House Museum is located...
  8. Chickasaw National Capitol

    Tishomingo, OK

    In April 1898, construction began on the Chickasaw Nation Capitol in Tishomingo, Oklahoma. This Victorian, gothic-style structure is more than 8,000 square feet and was built of red granite from the Pennington Creek quarry of Gov. R. M. Harris....
  9. Chickasaw White House

    Milburn, OK

    Once considered a mansion on the great frontier, this Victorian style home served as the private residence of Chickasaw Gov. Douglas H. Johnston and his extended family for decades. Built in 1898 in the town of Emet, Oklahoma, 3 miles south of...
  10. Chokma'si Gallery

    Ada, OK

    Explore a Gallery of First American Art at The Chickasaw Nation Division of Arts and Humanities in downtown Ada. Come see Chokma'si Gallery, a Chickasaw Nation-owned facility housing an art gallery with authentic works of art handcrafted by...
  11. Fort Washita Historic Site & Museum

    Durant, OK

    Located in Durant, Oklahoma, Fort Washita was built in 1842 and served as a former United States military post in northern Bryan County. The mission of Fort Washita was to protect the Chickasaw and Choctaw tribes from the Plains Indians and was...
  12. Kullihoma Grounds

    Allen, OK

    See a glimpse into the past at the Kullihoma Grounds! Located ten miles east of Ada, OK, the Kullihoma Grounds is a Chickasaw tribal reserve that serves as a favorite gathering place for the Chickasaw people. It once was actively used as as a...
  13. Lazer Zone Family Fun Center

    Ada, OK

    Looking for fun the whole family can enjoy? Lazer Zone Family Fun Center in Ada, Oklahoma is the place to visit as it provides families with 60,000 sq feet of exciting fun everyone can enjoy. Equipped with a 24-lane black light bowling alley,...
  14. 777 Zip

    Davis, OK

    Enjoy nature from a different perspective at Turner Falls. Located in Davis, Oklahoma, The Soaring Eagle zips you across 777 feet of open air with an incredible view of the Arbuckle Mountain Range, Collings Castle and Turner Falls. You can ride...
  15. Arbuckle Trail Rides

    Sulphur, OK

    Walk, trot or gallop your way across the Oklahoma terrain with a guided tour from Arbuckle Trail Rides. This Native-American-owned ranch and business hosts visitors from around the country and across the pond every year! For more than 21 years,...
  16. Charles B. Goddard Center

    Ardmore, OK

    Explore a world of fascinating art at the Goddard Center!  Located in downtown Ardmore, OK, the Charles B. Goddard Center for the visual and performing arts was established in 1970 and provides cultural experiences and art education. 
  17. Chisholm Trail Heritage Center

    Duncan, OK

    The Garis Gallery of the American West at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in Duncan is one of the finest Western and Indian art galleries in the state. The museum offers an interactive experience for all ages and interests. Professional...
  18. Cross Bar Off-Road Park

    Davis, OK

    Just 2 hours from DFW International Airport and a little over an hour from Oklahoma City, you'll find everything you need for your perfect offroad adventure at Outdoor Powersports Offroad Park at Cross Bar Offroad Park. Located on the...
  19. Forgotten Wheels Museum

    Davis, OK

    If you have a love of motorcycles and antique vehicles, then the Forgotten Wheels Museum is a must-stop visit for you! See classic motorcycles, cars, riding accessories, other memorabilia and more! Pick up souvenirs such as t-shirts, gifts, and...
  20. Greater Southwest Historical Museum

    Ardmore, OK

    Explore Historical Treasures at the Greater Southwest Historical Museum. Located inside the old Ardmore National Guard Armory built in 1936 by the WPA, the Greater Southwest Historical Museum tells the captivating history and culture of...
  21. Turner Falls Park

    Davis, OK

    Nestled within the Arbuckle Mountains, Turner Falls Park is the oldest park in Oklahoma complete with natural caves, hiking trails, a stone castle and 77 foot waterfall creating natural swimming pools for all to enjoy. Discovered by Mazeppa...
  22. AMTRAK Heartland Flyer

    Purcell, OK

    Take a Trip by Train! Sit back, relax and enjoy the unique scenery unfolding outside the windows of Oklahoma's Heartland Flyer. The AMTRAK Heartland Flyer is a passenger rail service between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth, Texas. The Heartland...
  23. Ada Arts and Heritage Center

    Ada, OK

    Built in 1939 as the Ada Public Library, the Ada Arts and Heritage Center is a non-profit organization that now serves as a museum which rotates art displays from local, regional and national artists. It has an amazing collection of historic...
  24. Addison Ranch

    Marietta, OK

    A whitetail wonderland & hunter's paradise! Addison Ranch is a family-owned and operated business located west of Marietta and offers some of the finest whitetail hunting in the state. Located near the Red River in a wildlife rich area, hunters...