- 100th Meridian Museum
Dedicated to the presentation of 100th Meridian Line, which has served as an often disputed international and, later, state boundary for the past 166 years. Special emphasis is placed on the many surveys that were made on the line, and the land disputes arising from them. Exhibits depict life along the 100th Meridian from prehistoric time through early day Erick. They also feature Route 66.
Beckham county #museum
- American Indian Cultural Center & Museum
The American Indian Cultural Center & Museum is currently under construction. Visit www.aiccm.org for more information.
Oklahoma county #indian #museum
- Arbuckle Historical Museum / Davis Santa Fe Depot
The Arbuckle Historical Museum features the history of Davis in pictures and artifacts. You will find displays featuring schools, churches, music, medicine, dentistry, civic organizations, military uniform, the fire department, the police department, railroad memorabilia, farm implements, house wares, hand crafts, Indian culture, geological formations, and numerous pictures of the area.*
Murray county #depot #museum #nrhp
- Canadian County Historical Museum
The museum has several historic buildings on exibit including a Red Cross canteen, a railroad depot, a hotel and an old jail.
Canadian county #museum
- Chandler Armory / Route 66 Interpretive Center
Route 66 Interpretive Center. Video Tour Museum, Gift Shop & Drill Hall Event Center. Chandler Chamber of Commerce, and the old Chandler Armory.
Lincoln county #museum #nrhp #route66
- Cheyenne City Park and Museum complex
There are 6 museums in the city park complex. We have the One Room School, Pioneer Museum, Minnie Slief Community Museum and Veterans Display, Santa Fe Depot, Chapel, and Kendall House Log Cabin. The Log Cabin and One Room School are self guided with signage in the windows and are open any time. Summer hours for the museums are M-S from 10 – 4 All museums are free, with donations welcomed. There is plenty of parking for vehicles of all types and bathrooms are readily accessible. We are handicapped accessible in the museums as well as ...
Roger Mills county #museum #park
- Chisholm Trail Heritage Center
The Heritage Center was established in 1998 to commemorate and celebrate the great history and heritage of the old Chisholm Trail and the other Great Cattle Trails of the late 19th century. The Center includes the largest bronze sculpture in Oklahoma, a monumental statue of a cattle drive, and an adjacent museum and visitor center. Inside the museum, displays and galleries put you on the old Trail. From the economic forces stimulating the cattle industry after the Civil War, to the entrepreneurs and cattle barons who made it happen, and on ...
Stephens county #cowboy #museum
- Chisholm Trail History Museum
Through artifacts and photographs the Chisholm Trail Historical Museum tells the story of the trail and the people associated with it. In addition, the museum provides a glimpse into the early days of the Waurika community.
Jefferson county #museum
- Chisholm Trail Museum
The Chisholm Trail Museum displays artifacts from the historic cattle trail.
Kingfisher county #museum
- Coal County Historical & Mining Museum
Coal County Historical & Mining Museum M-Sa 8:00 to 4:00 580/927-2360
Coal county #coal mining #museum
- Comanche National Museum & Cultural Center
The Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center is committed to educating the public about Comanche culture and history through workshops, teaching programs and museum tours.
Comanche county #comanche #museum
- Devon Energy Oil and Gas Park
The story of oil and gas exploration and discovery is a tale of risk, innovation, fortunes won and lost, spectacular successes and dramatic challenges. The Devon Oil and Gas Exploration Park at the Oklahoma History Center interprets some of the technology that is part of the fascinating history of Oklahoma’s oil industry. Technological innovations in Oklahoma oil fields revolutionized petroleum production worldwide and greatly expanded the industry.
Oklahoma county #museum #oil
- Dewey County Courthouse
Dewey County Courthouse was added to the National Registers of Historical Places in 1985. Next door to the Courthouse is the Dewey County Jailhouse Museum.
Dewey county #architecture #courthouse #museum
- Dog Iron Ranch and Will Rogers Birthplace
Living history Dog Iron Ranch and log-walled, two-story post-Civil War home where Will Rogers was born November 4, 1879, son of a Cherokee senator, judge and cattleman. Home is authentically conserved and open to the public.
Rogers county #birthplace #museum #ranch #will rogers
- Eastern Trails Museum
Eastern Trails Museum was established in the Vinita City Hall in 1968, first as a Craig County Museum. The name changed as a reminder of the major north-south trails that traversed the county as early as 1824. Displays at the museum include many items associated with the history of the Cherokee, Shawnee, and Delaware Indians.*
Craig county #museum
- Ed Gillespie Building 1903
National Register of Historic Places. Gillespie Building (added 1989 - Building - #89001963) Also known as American State Bank Building;Canadian Rivers Historical Museum 102 E. Main St., Geary, OK Historic Significance: Event Area of Significance: Commerce Period of Significance: 1900-1924, 1925-1949 Owner: Private Historic Function: Commerce/Trade Historic Sub-function: Financial Institution Current Function: Recreation And Culture Current Sub-function: Museum
Blaine county #architecture #bank #museum #nrhp
- Farm and Ranch Museum
The Farm and Ranch Museum, sponsored by the Western Oklahoma Historical Society, celebrates Western Oklahoma's agricultural heritage. The museum features a vast collection of tools that were used in early farm and ranch life. A Blacksmith shop and windmill collection are amoung the exhibits depicting pioneer farmers and ranchers and their contributions to this nation.
Beckham county #agriculture #museum
- Gateway to the Panhandle Museum
Museum and library housed in the old MKT Railroad depot building. Collections of military items, farm equipment, railroad artifacts from the Katy Railroad, antique cradles, horse drawn machinery, and some Civil War items. A school house on site is listed on the National Register. Mural of the train arriving in Gate is painted on the front of the building. *
Beaver county #museum
- General Franks Institute and Museum
Mission: The General Tommy Franks Leadership Institute and Museum will utilize its collection, facilities, and resources to advance the understanding of historical events, encourage leadership development and inspire enlightened decision making by providing a forum of critical thinking through scholarly research, exhibitions, and public programs. *
Kiowa county #military #museum
- Hampton House
The Hampton House Rush Spring Historical Site Museum
Grady county #architecture #museum
- Harn Homestead / 1889ers Museum
Harn Homestead The Harn Homestead, claimed during the Great Land Run Of April 22, 1889 in the Oklahoma Territory. President Benjamin Harrison appointed Mr. William Fremont Harn to be a special land commissioner in the Oklahoma Territory to settle the many disputes over land claims. Mr. Harn and his wife, Alice moved to Oklahoma Territory and bought 160 acres on which the William Fremont Harns Gardens, Inc., know as the Harn Homestead exists today. Through his experience as a claim adjuster, Mr. Harn knew the value of land and ...
Oklahoma county #garden #homestead #museum #pioneer
- Hinton Historical Museum & Parker House
The History of the Hinton area is showcased at the Hinton Historical Museum & Parker House. The museum contains many artifacts of life in the early 1900’s. The museum is also home to the Oklahoma’s largest buggy & carriage collection (horse drawn & horseless), and old bicycles from high-wheels to the 30,s, 40's, 50's & 60's. Also showcased are antique cars from Model T's to Edsels, even a 1903 "Horseless Carriage" Oldsmobile, and a vast collection of farm equipment dating back to the 1800’s, and authentic Indian Ceremonial items. Monday ...
Caddo county #architecture #museum
- Jim Thorpe House
In 1917, Jim Thorpe bought a small home in Yale, Oklahoma and lived there until 1923 with his wife. The house was bought by the Oklahoma Historical Society in 1968 and is now listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The house is maintained as a small museum to Thorpe and contains related memorabilia.
Payne county #biography #house #museum #nrhp
- Jones - Plummer Trail
Jones - Plummer Trail In Early 1970s C.E. (Ed) Jones and Joe Plummer blazed historic trail which is an important part of Oklahoma Panhandle's rich heritage. These two pioneers established trading posts on Wolf Creek in central Ochiltree county Texas sout of Beaver. Supplies for post where first hauled from Dodge City, Cansas railhead by wagon over trail to Fort Suppy and then westward to site. Later became Beaver county buffalo hides major traid item for Jones and Plummer were first cargo over new route with bore ...
Beaver county #cattle #military #museum #trail
- Kenton Museum
A small native rock home built in 1902 is one of the oldest buildings in Kenton, Oklahoma. Exhibits include items that helped settle No Man's Land. Free admission, donations appreciated.
Cimarron county #museum
- Kiowa County Museum
Kiowa County Museum
Kiowa county #museum
- McClain County Museum
The Museum contains eleven different theme rooms containing artifacts, furniture, and other items pertaining to McClain County and Territorial history including family historical records, photographs, and genealogy records. Free Admission, donations appreciated Open daily, 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm. Closed weekends and holidays.
McClain county #museum
- Metcalfe Museum
The "Sagebrush Artist", Augusta Corson Metcalfe (1881-1971), a single woman homesteader, recorded both the hardships and the beauty of the land along the Washita River in paintings, drawings, and sketches. Memorialized in the Oklahoma Hall of Fame and the Cowgirl Hall of Fame, Augusta's artwork has appeared in galleries throughout the United States. The family homestead, numerous memorabilia, and her art work housed in a new art gallery, have been preserved by her son, Howard, and is open to the public with no admission.
Roger Mills county #art #museum
- Museum of the Great Plains
The Museum of the Great Plains aspires to open minds and enrich lives by exploring the spirit of the Great Plains.
Comanche county #museum
- Museum of the Red River
The Museum's collections feature archaeological artifacts of the the Caddo and Choctaw, Precolumbian objects from Middle and South America, modern and contemporary native arts and crafts from throughout the Americas, and a cast skeleton of the dinosaur, Acrocanthosaurus atokensis, discovered nearby in McCurtain County.
McCurtain county #museum
- No Man's Land Museum
When the Territory of Kansas was created in 1854 its boundary was set at the 37th parallel. When Texas came into the union, being a slave state, it could not extend its sovereignty over any territory north of 36° 30' North. The Missouri Compromise specified that territory North of this line would be free-state territory. This situation left a narrow strip of land 34 miles wide between Kansas and Texas extending from the 100th parallel on the East to the 103rd parallel on the West, a total of 168 miles in length. At the eastern end of the ...
Texas county #museum
- Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum
A memorial and museum dedicated to educating visitors about the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma county #memorial #museum #okc bombing
- Oklahoma Historical Society Building
Oklahoma Historical Society Building (added 1990 - Building - #90000124) Also known as Wiley Post Historical Building 2100 Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering Architect, builder, or engineer: Holmboe Construction Co., Layton,Hicks & Forsyth Architectural Style: Classical Revival Area of Significance: Architecture, Education Period of Significance: 1925-1949 Owner: State Historic Function: Education, Recreation And Culture Historic Sub-function: Library, ...
Oklahoma county #museum
- Oklahoma History Center Museum
An architectural masterpiece, a decade in the making, the Oklahoma History Center is an 18-acre, 215,000 square-foot learning center exploring Oklahoma’s unique history of geology, transportation, commerce, culture, aviation, heritage and more.Hours: Monday - Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Days Closed: New Year's, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day
Oklahoma county #museum #oil
- Oklahoma Railway Museum
At the Oklahoma Railway Museum you can ride on a real passenger train, visit a red caboose or an authentic dining car, or even a Pullman car that once ferried earlier generations across the country. Open Saturdays: 10am-4pm.
Oklahoma county #museum #railroad
- Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum
This museum features extraordinary turn-of-the-century fire engines that were once used in Oklahoma communities. Oklahoma's first fire station is displayed along with the finest specimens of firefighting equipment anywhere. Exhibits relate firefighting through history, from 1730's bucket brigades to the present. Also featured is the Murrah Building bombing memorial. Free admission for children under 6.*
Oklahoma county #fire station #firefighter #museum
- Oklahoma Territorial Museum
Through artifacts, photographs and paintings, the Oklahoma Territorial Museum tells the story of the determined people who laid the foundation for the future State of Oklahoma. On the museum grounds stands the Carnegie Library, where the first state governor was sworn in. Preserved by the Oklahoma Historical Society, this building as well as the museum, serves as a visible link between Oklahoma's turbulent Territorial Period and the present.
Logan county #museum
- Old Black Kettle Museum
UPDATE: This museum is no more. They have moved everything to the new Washita Battlefield National Historic Site Visitors Center to the west of town. The building is now the Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce. Museum focuses on the Cheyenne people and the attack of George Armstrong Custer on Cheyenne Chief Black Kettle's village November 27, 1868. The museum serves at present as the interpretive center for the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site. The museum includes Cheyenne history, Oklahoma history, art and artifacts, area ...
Roger Mills county #indian #museum
- Old Greer County Museum
Located in Mangum, Oklahoma, the Old Greer County Museum was established as a depository to preserve and keep the knowledge, history and facts regarding Old Greer County. To protect and commemorate the people, places and things that represented this area before Statehood, and provide a lasting memorial for those brave pioneers who carved a home out of an untamed wilderness.
Greer county #museum
- Old Town Museum Complex
The Old Town Museum complex is the steward for the present generation in preserving those moments of life experienced in settings like the interior of the Rock Bluff School, the Pioneer Chapel and early day pioneer doctor's office. Enjoy a dinner theatre production in our Opera House and take a stroll around Cowtown watering hole.
Beckham county #museum
- Pawnee Bill Ranch and Museum State Park
Commemorating The influence on The Oklahoma Land Opening of 1889 of Gordon William ( Pawnee Bill) and May Manning Lillie, World famous wild west showman and White Chief of the Pawnee Indians 1984 Oklahoma State Society Daughter of the American Colonist Mary Everett Rudy, Regent Note: Major Gordon W. Lillie / Pawnee Bill: buffalo hunter, plains scout, White Chief of the Pawnees, Wild West showman, land boomer, oilman, banker, conservationist.
Pawnee county #museum #pioneer #ranch #state park #wild west
- Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum
Take a walk on the wild side in lawyer/gunfighter Temple Houston's hometown museum. Frontier-town vignettes feature Houston's office, a bank, saloon, jail, photo studio, and newspaper office. Native American exhibits feature the Cheyenne and Arapaho. Tour the picket-style Lee/Lienemann combination homesteader's cabin and horse stable. Murals by Paul Laune, Pat "Kemoha" Patterson, Fred Olds and Jana Sol. Tourist information center, gift shop and art gallery on site.
Woodward county #indian #museum #pioneer
- Roger Miller Museum
The objective of the ROGER MILLER MUSEUM is to collect, preserve, and exhibit memorabilia and artifacts celebrating the life and accomplishments of Roger Miller. The museum, including its exhibits, publications and website center, is available to the general public to promote good will, cultural tourism and music appreciation, not only in the City of Erick and State of Oklahoma, but also across the United States and abroad.
Beckham county #museum #route 66
- Route 66 Museum
The Route 66 Museum in Clinton, Oklahoma.
Custer county #museum #route 66
- Route 66 Museum - Clinton, Ok - Monument
Route 66 - Will Roger Highway - Museum Monument The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum opened on September 23,1995. The museum is operated by the Oklahoma Historical Society, and focuses on the history of Route 66. The redevelopment of the museum was funded with federal, state and private funds, with the citizens of Clinton, Oklahoma contributing over $200,000. Will Rogers and Route 66 are symbols of American optimism. They have became internationally known, sharing Oklahoma with the world. "We are here just for a spell and then pass ...
Custer county #museum #route 66 #will roger highway
- Santa Fe Depot Museum
1905 depot was saved from demolition in 1989, the Pauls Valley city officials finally secured ownership of the old Santa Fe Depot and turned it over to the Historical Society to renovate and manage.
Garvin county #museum #railroad
- Shattuck Windmill Museum & Park
When you visit us here in northwest Oklahoma you will find 45 vintage windmills and one wind generator on a 4 acre site at the junction of Highways 283 and 15. Because so many settlers in this area could find no trees for lumber, many lived in dugouts for a year or two. So we have reconstructed a half-dugout of local caliche rock with a sod roof which is furnished as it might have been in 1900. Later when the railroad came though and lumber became available, the family may have built a story-and-a-half farmhouse much like the one that ...
Ellis county #museum
- Sherman House
This house of native stone was built by 10th cavalry troops in 1870-71
Comanche county #military #museum
- Sod House
Built by Marshal McCully who staked land on which house stands during Cherokee Strip run, September 1893. Plowed sod for and erected house August 1894. Used as McCully home until large frame house constructed 1909. Of the many thousands of sod houses one dotting plains of western America this is only one built by an original homesteader still standing. Site purchased and restoration begun 1964 by Oklahoma Historical Society as memorial to all pioneers of Oklahoma plains who lived in sod houses. Oklahoma Historical Society 1967
Alfalfa county #architecture #homestead #museum #nrhp #sod
- Stephens Co. Historical Museum (Duncan Armory)
The Stephens County Historical Museum Located in the historic National Guard Armory at Hwy. 81 and Beech Street, the museum features displays and artifacts illustrating early land-run and settlement life in Oklahoma together with early 20th century memorabilia. Duncan Armory added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1996 (Building - #96001490) Also known as Duncan National Guard Armory
Stephens county #architecture #museum
- Texola Old City Jail
Old City Jail 1908 - 1910 This is a nice place to visit, but you don't want to stay here (especially in the winter, its cold). This jail was used to house local miscreants, usually drunk and disorderly. Many time it held multiple guests. It usually had one chair, one bed, and some blankets. Construction is of old style cinder blocks, plastered over with cement. The foundation extends several feet below ground to discourage premature release. It is not believed any of the famous outlaws stayed here, although a few were known ...
Beckham county #jail #museum #outlaw
- The Dalton Cabin
The Dalton Cabin Formerly stood in the blackjacks southeast of Dover and was the home of Adaline Dalton the last 16 years of her life. The Daltons came to Oklahoma in 1890 and settled on a school quarter northeast of Kingfisher. Adaline was the mother of 13 children of whom all but four were law abiding citizens. She died in 1925 and was buried in Kingfisher Cemetery. The Dalton cabin is now located at the Chisholm Trail Museum in Kingfisher. In the second photo the cabin is the gray building on the right.
Kingfisher county #museum #outlaw #pioneer
- Thomas P. Stafford Statue
Life size statue of astronaut Thomas P. Stafford in front of the Weatherford Air and Space Museum. Thomas Patten Stafford is an American astronaut and Air Force general.
Custer county #museum #statue
- Thomas Stafford Air and Space Museum
The mission of the Thomas P. Stafford Air and Space Museum is to stimulate public interest, and education in aviation, and space exploration by providing information, exhibits, and experiences that reflect the history of air and space flight. Hours: Monday - Saturday 9 AM - 5 PM; Sunday 1 PM - 5 PM; Holiday Closings: New Years Day, Easter, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas.
Custer county #airport #museum #space
- Tinker Air Force Base POW/MIA Memorial
POW/MIA Memorial Let every nation knew, whether it wishes us well or ill that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, to assure the survival and the success of liberty.
Oklahoma county #aircraft #memorial #military #museum #pow/mia
- Tinker Heritage Air Park Museum
Tinker Heritage Air Museum Outdoor display of vintage and present day military air planes.
Oklahoma county #aircraft #military #museum
- Tobusky Indian Courthouse Museum
Tobusky Indian Courthouse Museum The first courthouse in McAlester Photo and text Courtesy of Loretta and Charles Donaghe
Pittsburg county #courthouse #indian #museum
- Tom Mix Museum
The museum houses items from Tom Mix's personal collection, providing a glimpse into the life of one of Oklahoma's most colorful figures. Those too young to remember the man and his talent are sure to find his story as fascinating as those who watched him ride across the movie screen years ago.*
Washington county #cowboy #movie #museum
- Twister Museum
The Twister Museum is a fascinating glimpse into the film-making art, and the extent to which the crew must go to insure the greatest possible effect.
Grant county #movie #museum #tornado #twister #weather
- USS Batfish / War Memorial Park and Museum
Muskogee War Memorial and home of the USS Batfish.
Muskogee county #museum #park #submarine #wwii
- Vici Historical Society
Home of the Vici Historical Society, an old MKT Katy railroad depot.
Dewey county #depot #historical society #museum
- Washita Battlefield National Historic Site Visitors Center
The site protects and interprets the setting along the Washita River where Lt. Col. George A. Custer led the 7th U.S. Cavalry on a surprise dawn attack against the Southern Cheyenne village of Peace Chief Black Kettle on November 27, 1868. The attack was an important event in the tragic clash of cultures of the Indian Wars era.
Roger Mills county #museum
- Washita County Museum
Museum dedicated to preserving the history of Washita County, Oklahoma. Over 10,000 items on exhibit. Also available is genealogical research items. Museum is housed inside the old Carnegie Library.
Washita county #cordell #museum #washita
- Wildlife Heritage Center Museum
The Wildlife Heritage Center Museum is a 3100 SF log cabin facility located between two existing Whitetail and Fallow deer exhibits in Antlers, OK. The facility is utilized as a regional tourism attraction while at the same time serving as a wildlife and nature resources conservation, public education learning center. Hours are Monday through Saturday 9AM to 5PM (closed holidays). Admission is free!
Pushmataha county #museum #wildlife
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