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Enid Attractions

Woodring Wall of Honor and Veterans Park, Inc.

An 80-percent replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C. was dedicated on Veterans Day, 2013. It was declared Oklahoma’s Official Vietnam War Memorial in a proclamation signed by Gov. Mary Fallin. The memorial is accessible to the public free of charge from 7 am until 9 pm every day of the year.

The Living Walls across the street from the Vietnam War Memorial are dedicated to honoring and remembering our military heroes. It is for our Oklahoma veterans, active duty, retired, MIA, killed while serving or for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice who have been killed in action.

Woodring Wall of Honor and Veterans Park, Inc.
1066 S. 66th St. at entrance to Woodring Regional Airport
Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Phone: (580) 233-4530


sunset-raw-copyYou’ll meet an array of historical figures and be inspired by the character traits that made them great leaders when you visit the Smithsonian-quality Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center that tells the history and development of the Cherokee Outlet. Discover what it was like to be in the saddle astride your galloping horse racing to stake your claim.

See what it was like to live in a sod house, and see the importance of agriculture, oil and transportation to the region, the City of Enid as the center of commerce for the region, and Phillips University. On the grounds of the Heritage Center is Humphrey Heritage Village, a collection of four historically-significant buildings, including the only remaining 1893 U.S. Land office, a 1902 church, a 1905 Victorian home and an 1895 one-room school house.

The Village provides educational programs and is available for rental for special events and weddings.

Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center
Address: 507 S 4th, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Phone: 580-237-1907

Enid_LeonardosFamilies of all ages can learn, play and discover together. Build your own castle in the carpentry shop, experiment with different scientific principles, make friends with snakes, lizards, chinchillas, ferrets and other live animals, make your own pottery and blast off into space in the flight simulator. All-day admission also includes Adventure Quest, an outdoor science playground featuring a three-story castle, slides, mazes, bridges, gardens, sand play areas and a water table.

Leonardo’s Children’s Museum
Address: 200 E Maple, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Phone: 580-233-2787

Aerial-1Enid Event Center opened in June, 2013 and is the region’s newest and finest event facility. It seats nearly 3,200 for sporting events and 3,800 for concerts and has a 31,500 square-foot show floor for trade shows.

Enid Event Center is connected to Convention Hall for additional available meeting space for your event. Renovated Convention Hall reopened in November, 2012 and is Enid’s convention center. It has an 11,000 square-foot Grand Ballroom, a 3,000 square-foot Junior Ballroom and over 5,500 square feet of meeting rooms. 

Enid Event Center & Convention Hall
Address: 301 S Independence, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Phone: 580-616-7362

Enid_Enid SymphonyConcerts from Oklahoma’s longest-running professional symphony radiate inside this visually stunning symphony hall designed to put you in the middle of 18th-century Paris. It is one of four halls inside the former Masonic Temple decorated in their own unique period style.

You may even see Enid native and internationally-celebrated opera star Leona Mitchell in the ESO spotlight. Call ahead to set up a tour of this magnificent jewel.

Enid Symphony Orchestra
Address: 301 W Broadway, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Phone: 580-237-9646

Enid_GaslightGaslight Theatre has been located at 221 N. Independence for 20 years and has been in existence for over 40 years! Each year, Gaslight has a very active season of nine plays of all genres, to include a summer musical, children’s theatre, a teen production and two off-site productions.

Gaslight features a comedy dinner theatre presented in the Enid Symphony Center’s stunning Elizabethan style Ballroom Theatre as well as the state’s only FREE Shakespeare in the Park in the beautiful and historic Government Springs Park.

Gaslight Theatre
Address: 221 N Independence, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Phone: 580-234-2307

Enid_David Allen BallparkRecognized as one of the finest small-town ballparks in America. The ballpark is home to the National Junior College Athletic Association’s Division II World Series and the NCAA Division II Great America Conference postseason baseball tournament as well as Enid High and NOC-Enid baseball teams.

It features one of the best concession stands anywhere and the video board beyond the center field fence entertains fans of all ages.

David Allen Memorial Ballpark
Address: 301 S Grand, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Phone: 580-548-0396

Enid_Expo CenterThe Chisholm Trail Expo Center includes an enclosed 100,000 sq. ft. pavilion with meeting and banquet facilities and a concession area that can service business, trade, livestock, farm and machinery shows. The Coliseum provides seating for up to 9,000 and is designed to accommodate major entertainment events ranging from rodeos to concerts.

The Chisholm Trail Expo Center is part of the 160-acre Garfield County Fairgrounds complex, which also includes a 5,000-seat speedway, livestock buildings, outdoor arena, the Hoover Multipurpose Building and Youth Building.

Chisholm Trail Expo Center
Address: 111 W Purdue, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Phone: 580-237-0238

Enid_JWBoothHistory books say John Wilkes Booth died in a barn in Virginia one week after he shot President Lincoln. But did he? Learn the story of David E. George, who 37 years after Lincoln’s assassination claimed on his death bed at the Grand Hotel (now Garfield Furniture) that he was really John Wilkes Booth.

Legend of John Wilkes Booth at Garfield Furniture
Address: 205 S Grand, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Phone: 580-237-5032

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