Marlow Area Museum

The Marlow Area Museum, established by members of the Marlow family, I filled with artifacts from the family and the Marlow brothers.  Other exhibits, all donated by local residents, tell the story of Marlow’s history and its people. Address: 127 W Main Marlow, OK Phone: 580.658.2212 Website:

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Lawton Community Theatre

Lawton Community Theatre, the oldest performing arts institution in Southwest Oklahoma, presents five plays and musicals each season,  In addition, the group offers children’s productions and workshops throughout the year. Address: 1316 NW Bell Ave Lawton, OK 73507 Phone: 580.355.1600 Website: http://www.lawtontheatre.org

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Holy City of the Wichitas

Holy City of the Wichitas, a 66-acre area in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, is the site if the nation’s longest-running Easter passion play, The Prince of Peace.  The site is also the location of a memorial for victims of the OKC Bombing, the Veterans Walkway, and the World Chapel.…

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Historic Mattie Beal Home

Thursday through Sunday Noon – 3pm. The Historic Mattie Beal Home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a 14 room Greek Revival style mansion constructed in 1909.  In the land lottery of 1901, in which the federal government opened southwest Oklahoma for settlement, the second name drawn…

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Duncan Little Theatre

Delighting audiences with a large variety of programs including musicals, mystery dinner theatre, comedies, musicals and teen productions.  Duncan Little Theatre presents the best in live theatre. Address: 824 W Main Duncan, OK 73533 Phone: 580.252.8331 Website: http://www.duncanlittletheatre.com

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Cotton County Museum

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm; Saturday 10am-2pm. The museum hosts national traveling American Indian exhibits from metropolitan museums across the United States. Visitors are offered a glimpse of traditional cultural objects and detailed history about the Comanche people. Address: 116 N Broadway Walters, OK Phone: 580.875.3335

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Comanche National Museum & Cultural Center

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm; Saturday 10am-2pm The museum hosts national traveling American Indian exhibits from metropolitan museums across the United States.  Visitors are offered a glimpse of traditional cultural objects and detailed history about the Comanche people. Address: 701 NW Ferris Ave Lawton, OK 73507 Phone: 580.353.0404 Website: http://www.comanchemuseum.com Admission is free and tour…

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