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Historic Area Attractions

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The Lawton/Fort Sill area offers a number of attractions worth checking out. You will also find links for other area attractions that are worth the drive. Click on the links below to visit their websites for more information.

Fort Sill Attractions

Lawton Attractions

Area Attractions

For those of you driving, we've included attractions worth checking out on your way here or on the way home. Click on the links below to visit their websites for more information.

Hobart Attractions

  • General Tommy Franks Leadership Institute and Museum
    A world-class museum housed in a remodeled, 9,500-square-foot building in downtown Hobart follows General Tommy Franks life and career, while also showcasing the changes in the American military from WWII to the present, as told through the lives of soldiers.
  • Kiowa County Historical Museum
    Across the street from General Franks the Kiowa County Historical Museum occupies the historic Rock Island Railroad Depot built in 1909. Filled with memorabilia and historical items from the area; exhibits include an American Indian artifact room, early 1900's farm equipment, covered wagons and buggies, a Union Pacific caboose, and school house with original furniture.

Oklahoma City Attractions

  • 45th Infantry Division Museum
    Indoor and outdoor exhibits. One of the nations largest collections of Military Firearms. Over 200 original Bill Mauldin Cartoons. Large collection of World War II Artifacts.
  • Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum
    The Memorial Museum chronicles the story of the bombing of Oklahoma City’s Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995; one of the largest terrorist attacks on American soil.
  • For more information on Oklahoma City attractions go to the VisitOKC.com website.

Enid Attractions

  • Woodring Wall of Honor and Veterans Park
    The Veterans Park serves as a permanent tribute to veterans of the United States Military who have provided unselfish and honorable service to this country. The showpiece of the park is a permanent 80% scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Monument in Washington DC.
  • Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center
    The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center in Enid showcases the settlement of NW Oklahoma, beginning with the Land Run of 1893. On the grounds of the complex is Humphrey Heritage Village, featuring four historically significant buildings, a church, one-room school, frontier home and the only remaining 1893 U.S. Land Office.
  • Railroad Museum of Oklahoma
    The Railroad Museum of Oklahoma represents one of the largest collections of railroad material in the United States with a vast collection of unique items.