Our Agritourism Venue of the Week- Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in DuncanWed, 21 Jul 2010 5:38:42 CDT
The Radio Oklahoma Network and Farm Director Ron Hays continue to promote Agritourism venues across the state in the spring/summer Adventure Passport contest. Over the last twelve weeks, a different venue has been highlighted in radio and TV ads each week as we salute more than 500 events and venues to enjoy in the growing adventure known as Oklahoma Agritourism.
Click on the play button at the bottom of the video window on this page to see our TV spot being seen in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa highlighting our Venue of the Week- the final in our series for 2010.
The venue we are featuring this week is the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in Duncan. This world-class museum brings to life the Old West and the great cattle drives of the 19th century. Experience the IMAX-style theater, where visitors can feel and smell the intensity of a cattle drive and all its dangers. The life of Jesse Chisholm is told in the Campfire Theater, while the Youth Gallery provides an interactive opportunity to be a cowboy. Other attractions feature Western artists, numerous exhibits about the Chisholm Trail, and the largest bronze sculpture in Oklahoma. The museum recently opened the Garis Gallery of the American West- a 2,300 square-foot addition with an exceptional collection of Western Art.
Click here to jump to the Chisholm Trail Heritage website for more information about this wonderful Agritourism Destination.
You can also click here for the official Oklahoma Agritourism website- a part of the Travel Oklahoma family.
right-click here to download video
WebReadyTM Powered by WireReady® NSI
Top Agricultural News