Comanche National Museum & Cultural Center
Museum & Art Gallery in Lawton, OK
The Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center (CNMCC) is an entity of the great Comanche Nation and provides visitors a glimpse of traditional cultural items and detailed history about the tribe. Its goal is to allow visitors a better understanding about the Comanche People. CNMCC supplies historical and cultural information that is often overlooked in books and modern day media. The facility supplies a teaching tool for the public and provides guests a chance to learn about the biggest American Indian tribe in the Lawton-Fort Sill area.
read moreThe mission of the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center (CNMCC) is to provide communities with programs and exhibits that deepen the understanding and appreciation of Comanche history, culture and fine art. Through collections, preservation and education, the Museum seeks to become a recognized resource for information about the Nmn (Comanche People). With the assistance of tribal elders and enrolled Comanche cultural experts, CNMCC will strive to meet all of the above goals, and provide visitors with a new understanding about the people of the great Comanche Nation.
Comanche National Museum and Cultural
read moreTribal history and culture come to life at the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center! The vitality of the great Comanche Nation comes alive through our compelling exhibits and interactive displays. Documenting the journey of the Nmn, visitors come away with a sense of true Comanche heritage and pride. History - Learn about the resiliency of the Comanche people from their early lives as "Lords of the Plains" to the transition period of the Reservation Era in the late 1800s. Military - Recount the heroic accounts of 20th-century warriors, including the 17 Comanche men who served as "Code Talkers" during World War II.