“Liichokoshkomo”, (Lee-chi-Kosh-ko-mo) which is Chickasaw for “Let’s Play”, is an outdoor educational exhibit addition to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. The Museum’s first expansion in many years aimed at delivering a playful learning environment for visitors. The combination of the spaces conveys the storylines of Westward Expansion, Native American, and Grand Vistas in a comprehensive thematic framework. The exhibits feature a Chickasaw Council House, Pawnee Earth Lodge, Anasazi Cliff Dwelling, Kiowa Tipi, Hopi House, Caddo Grass Hut, and Navajo Hogan. Liichokoshkomo’ is now one of the few places where you can learn about the different types of Native American housing. Each dwelling provides an accurate, detailed depiction of the communities themselves including each Tribe’s unique characteristics and iconography. Our team worked hand in hand with the museum curator and local tribes to maintain the authenticity of each of the dwellings and exhibits. Additional features of the project include a Waterfall, Train Depot, Covered Wagon Exhibit, Trading Post, Playground, Annie Oakley statue, Oil Derrick, Mexican Rodeo, Horse Ramada, a 3,700 SF special events center, and a new theater in Prosperity Junction featuring a 30 foot screen.