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The Chickasha Leg Lamp


The Chickasha Leg Lamp officially reopened as a permanent attraction on November 5, 2022. The sculpture, which is 40 feet tall and stands on a 10-foot box, is modeled after the infamous prop that appeared in A Christmas Story.

Towering over Chickasha's historic downtown, the Leg Lamp is a must-see stop for fans of the classic movie or of wacky roadside attractions in general. It is open to the public and is lit up at night, so it can be seen any time. And make sure to stop by the Downtown Mercantile & Visitor Center, which sells both locally made products and officially licensed A Christmas Story merchandise!

A brick building in bright sunlight, with a hanging sign saying "Visitor Center" in front, and "Railway Express Agency" above the door

Downtown Mercantile & Visitor Center

Plan your trip

Explore the arts, find the perfect gift, and enjoy a family dinner all within a few blocks.

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In The News

The Oklahoman

On 'A Christmas Story's' 40th anniversary, 50-foot leg lamp is a kick for an Oklahoma town

The Chickasha Leg Lamp bowed in November 2022, and in the year since, more than 175,000 people have visited downtown Chickasha a combined 1.1 million times. 

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