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Enid is the county seat of Garfield County and is located in the Red Carpet Country region of Oklahoma, US. Founded during the Land Run of 1893 and named after a character in the eminent British poet Lord Tennyson's masterpiece ‘Idylls of the King’, this city is also known as ‘Wheat Capital’ of the United States because it has the world’s third largest grain storage capacity. Visitors would be best advised to visit this city for its historical and cultural quotients, and the best time to do so would be September when Enid commemorates its Land Run history by hosting the Cherokee Strip Days and Parade. Along the same note, a visit to Enid's Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center (that preserves the local history of the Land Run of 1893) and the Humphrey Heritage Village (for the original Enid land office and other historical buildings) would come highly recommended. The city is also home to the annual Tri-State Music Festival that was started in 1932 and is characterized by a Jazz music festival, a parade, a grand concert and a carnival.
The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center is a museum in Enid with an extensive range of artifacts relating to the early settlement of the area and the development of agriculture, oil, and rail industries in the region. The Heritage Center also offers interactive exhibits, research, events and programs for a thoroughly engaging experience.
Humphrey Heritage Village
Humphrey Heritage Village near the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center is a living history featuring four of the oldest buildings of the city. They consist of a refurbished Victorian style home (Glidewell Home), the 1893 US Land Office (the site of applications of the great Land Rush of 1893), the city’s oldest Episcopal Church (1902) and a one-room schoolhouse (called 1896 Turkey Creek School).Railroad Museum of Oklahoma
The Railroad Museum of Oklahoma is a railroad museum situated in a former freight depot in Enid. It features six cabooses from railroads that once used to serve Enid, a baggage car, some motor cars, a three-dome tank car and a 50-ton engine. Also of note here are a reference library, 16 pieces of rolling stock and other railroad memorabilia.