Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

The museum collects, preserves & interprets history of the Cherokee Outlet area of northern Oklahoma with emphasis on the Land Run of 1893, on rural life & rural communities. Vignettes offer a look at family life, a general store, kitchen, dress shop & offices of a doctor and dentist. In 2018 we created a hands on exhibit for children, we also have temporary exhibits that change from year to year. Farm implements are on display in a separate building. Live demonstrations are held several times a year in our newly added Blacksmith Shop. We are located on 5 acres of land with a creek, Picnic areas & a Gazebo are that are available for your enjoyment. Rose Hill School is also located on the museum grounds. This one-room school house hosts living history programs for school aged children. Closed on Sunday, Monday, and legal holiday. Call or check the museum website or Facebook page for hours.

On-Site Activities

  • Group Tours


  • Kaye Bond
    • 580-336-2405


Take I-35 to Exit 186 then go E. on Hwy 64. The Museum & School is right off of 1-35 on the N. side of the rd.


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