Southern Plains Indian Museum

715 East Central Boulevard
U.S. Highway 62 East of Anadarko, Oklahoma
Anadarko, Oklahoma 73005
Telephone: (405) 247-6221

The Southern Plains Indian Museum displays richly varied arts of western Oklahoma tribal peoples including the Kiowa, Comanche, Kiowa-Apache, Southern Cheyenne, Southern Arapaho, Wichita, Caddo, Delaware, and Ft. Still Apache. Their historic clothing, shields, weapons, baby carriers, and toys highlight the exhibits.

A series of promotional sales exhibitions introduces unsurpassed Contemporary American Indian arts and crafts by emerging artists and craftspersons.

The museum was founded in 1947-48 through Federal and Oklahoma State governments’ Cooperative efforts.



Southern Plains Indian Museum Related Pages:

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- Current Exhibitions
- Previous Exhibitions
- Locations, Hours of Operation, Admission Fees and Additional Information Page
- Rosemary Ellison Gallery
- Local Events

The Southern Plains Indian Museum exhibits the creative achievements of Native American artists and craftsmen of the United States. A permanent exhibit presents the rich diversity of historic arts of the tribal peoples of western Oklahoma, and a special exhibition gallery is devoted to changing presentations promoting the creative works of outstandingly talented contemporary Native American artists and craftsmen.