Cherokee Strip Museum is .5 mi. e. off I-35 Fir Ave. exit to 2617 W. Fir Ave. The museum, housed in a 1932 hospital building, boasts a collection of exhibits depicting pioneer life on the Cherokee Strip. Exhibits include an early 1900s kitchen, a drug store, a general store, P.O.W. camp displays, Native American artifacts, the office of the seventh governor of Oklahoma and early physician's and dentist's offices.
A furnished one-room school built in 1895 and a building with early farm machinery also are on site. A living-history program is conducted in the schoolhouse during the school year.