Developing Tourism

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce, Chickasaw Nation

Murray County, Oklahoma, is embracing new cultural tourism businesses. The Chickasaw Cultural Center opened with wide acclaim in 2010, and the new Artesian Hotel and Resort broke ground in the same year. Bill Lance, Chickasaw Nation Secretary of Commerce, describes how new businesses help to provide jobs and growth for the surrounding areas.

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The Chickasaw Nation invites you to experience the recently opened Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, Oklahoma.

Introducing the Cultural Center

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Explore 7,648 square miles of lakes, landmarks and one-of-a-kind family attractions.

A Visit to the Chickasaw Cultural Center

Experience the Chickasaw Nation
Beautiful native stone and water features complement this enveloping tribute to the Chickasaw people's most honored tribal members.

Visiting the Chickasaw Cultural Center

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Wendy St. Jean describes her first trip to the Chickasaw Cultural Center with her daughters & expresses her admiration for the interactive museum.

Chickasaw Cultural Center: Be a Part of the Journey

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Explore the Chickasaw Cultural Center. See its exhibits, storytellers, learn the language, walk the Sky Bridge and more.