The Vital Completion of the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum

The Next Step In Oklahoma Tourism

For three years, “that hill on the river” has been the site of the unfinished American Indian Cultural Center & Museum. After it’s built, it will draw visitors from all over the country and world, will bring hundreds of millions of dollars into the state economy and will forever pay tribute to the 39 tribal nations in our state. Make this potential jewel in the crown of Oklahoma’s tourism economy into a reality – support the completion of the American Indian Cultural Center & Museum.

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