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Lawton - Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, a protected area north of Lawton, has everything that hikers, climbers and animal watchers could possibly wish for (bison, longhorn and other grazing animals).
Established in 1901, the 59,000 acre refuge has mixed grass prairie - a piece of the past rarely found anywhere else.
Address: RR 1, Box 448, Indiahoma, OK 73552, United States

Holy City of the Wichitas

Statue of Jesus in the Holy City of the Wichitas, Okolahoma.
The Holy City of the Wichitas is located within the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. It consists of 22 buildings constructed around 1936 of native granite stones. The grounds are the site of the nation's longest-running Easter passion play on the Saturday before Easter.
Official site: www.theholycitylawton.com
Address: Box 2003, Lawton, OK 73501-3623, United States

Woodward, Oklahoma

The town of Woodward (pop. 11,900) is located in northwest Oklahoma. The town was established in 1887. Like so many other Oklahoma towns it was created as a result of a land run. The site was opened for homesteading on September 16, 1893.

Plains Indians and Pioneer Museum

The Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum in Woodward features historic exhibits pertaining to northwestern Oklahoma. It includes an Agricultural Exposition Hall and an art show every month.
Official site: www.pipm1.org
Address: 2009 Williams Avenue, Woodward, OK 73801-5717, United States

Southern Plains Range Research Station

The Southern Plains Range Research Station in Woodward is an agricultural research laboratory station that examines farming and ranching techniques.
Official site: www.sprrs.usda.gov
Address: 2000 18th Street, Woodward, OK 73801, United States

Weatherford, Oklahoma

Weatherford is the hometown of astronaut Thomas P. Stafford, commander of the Apollo 10 mission and the Apollo-Soyuz project. Weatherford is also home to Southwestern Oklahoma State University and one of the largest wind energy farms in Oklahoma.

Heartland of America Heritage Center

Heartland of America Museum features 70 themed exhibits including military exhibits as well as antiques of all kinds. Transportation and the military exhibits are the most popular. The transportation display includes antique cars, tractors, buggies, and bicycles. The military display highlights World War II, Korea, and Vietnam.
On the grounds of the Heartland Museum are a one-room school house and a depression era blacksmith shop. Route 66 is also a notable exhibit with an original diner. The Route 66 Diner was visited by Elvis Presley on several occasions and a copy of his signature from the guest book is on display.
Address: 1600 S Frontage Road, Weatherford, OK 73096, United States

Stafford Air & Space Center

The Stafford Air & Space Center in Weatherford is a tribute to General Thomas Stafford's military and aeronautical career. In 1965, General Stafford was the pilot of Gemini VI, which was the first rendezvous in space.
Displays at the museum include space suits worn by Stafford on four space missions, aircraft models and photographs taken during the Apollo 10 mission.
Address: 3000 Logan Road, Weatherford, OK 73096, United States

Vinita, Oklahoma

Vinita (pop. 6,000) is located in northeast Oklahoma. The town was founded in 1871 and named for the sculptress Vinnie Ream - the first woman granted a federal art commission. Her work included that of Abraham Lincoln at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Vinita is an access point on the western shore of Grand Lake O' the Cherokees.

Eastern Trails Museum

The Eastern Trails Museum in Vinita was founded in 1968 in the town's city hall. The museum features a re-created post office, general store, printing office, and doctor's office as well as historic photographs and Indian artifacts.
Address: 215 West Illinois Street, Vinita, OK 74301, United States

Pensacola Dam

The Pensacola Dam in Vinita was the first hydroelectric facility in Oklahoma. It is the largest multiple arch dam in the world spanning the Grand River Valley and holds back water that forms the Grand Lake O' the Cherokees.

Tishomingo, Oklahoma

Tishomingo (pop. 3,200) is located on Lake Texoma in south central Oklahoma. The town was the capital of the Chickasaw Nation. The last Chickasaw capitol building is now the county courthouse.

Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge

The Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge is named after a famous Chickasaw Indian Chief. The refuge is located on Lake Texoma. It features more than 16,000 acres and is a migratory waterfowl refuge with eagles, ducks, geese and pelicans found throughout.
Address: 12000 South Refuge Road, Tishomingo, OK 73460, United States

Chickasaw Council House

The Chickasaw Council House Museum is located on the Capitol Square in Tishomingo. The museum contains the restored first council house of the Chickasaw Nation. The history of the tribe is presented through photographs and artifacts.
Address: 200 North Fisher Street, Tishomingo, OK 73460-1718, United States

Stillwater, Oklahoma

The town of Stillwater was born as a result of a land run on April 22, 1889. In 1890 the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College was founded in the town. It is now the Oklahoma State University.

Oklahoma Museum of Higher Education

The Oklahoma Museum of Higher Education in Stillwater is located in Old Central, the first permanent building on the Oklahoma State University campus.
The museum features the history of the university and exhibits of higher education throughout Oklahoma.
Address: Knoblock Street & University Avenue, Stillwater, OK 74078, United States

Gardiner Art Gallery in Bartlett Center

The Gardiner Art Gallery in Stillwater is located in an old women's residence hall. Exhibits include national and regional works in bronze, wood and print and artwork on temporary loan.

Sallisaw, Oklahoma

The town of Sallisaw (pop. 8,000) in eastern Oklahoma is home to Blue Ribbons Down, the state's first pari-mutuel race track; Dwight Mission, a mission school for the Cherokee and burial place of gangster, Pretty Boy Floyd.

Fourteen Flags Museum

The Fourteen Flags Museum in Sallisaw is located in a log cabin built in 1845. It presents the lifestyle of early settlers as well as Oklahoma's history. Displays include a general store and Union Pacific caboose.

Sequoyah's Cabin and Home Site

Sequoyah's Home Site contains the log cabin home of Sequoyah which was built in 1829. Sequoyah was the inventor of the Cherokee alphabet.
The site has an information center, a cemetery, a salt works display, and a bronze statue of Sequoyah.
Address: State Route 101, Sallisaw, OK 74955, United States

Lawton, Oklahoma

The farming town of Lawton in south-western Oklahoma is one of the towns that grew up over night. In Fort Sill the Apache Geronimo spent the last years of his life as a prisoner; he is buried in the adjoining cemetery. The Museum of the Great Plains has a varied collection of material on life in frontier days.

Fort Sill Military Reservation and National Historic Landmark

The Fort Sill Military Reservation is the headquarters of the U.S. Army Field Artillery. The area was established in 1869 to control local Indian tribes. The Old Stone Corral contains frontier relics including military and pioneer horse-drawn vehicles, Indian teepees as well as replicas of a trader's store and blacksmith shop. The museum provides education and training on the history of the Army's Field Artillery and on Fort Sill.
Official site: fortsillmuseum.com
Address: 437 Quanah Road, Fort Sill, OK 73503-5100, United States

Fort Sill - Missile Park

Fort Sill became the home of the U.S. Field Artillery Center and School in 1911. The Missile Park exhibits U.S. Army missiles and rockets from 1944 to the present time.

Fort Sill Museum

Fort Sill Museum presents the history of the American Indian territory and the U.S. field artillery. There are 27 buildings featuring a vast collection.
Official site: fortsillmuseum.com
Address: 437 Quanah Road, Fort Sill, OK 73503-5100, United States

Museum of the Great Plains

The Museum of Great Plains in Lawton features natural history exhibits, a fur-trading fort and a train depot with locomotive. The museum contains an artifact collection including over 570,000 primary documents and 80,000 images.
Official site: www.museumgreatplains.org
Address: 601 NW Ferris Avenue, Lawton, OK 73507-5443, United States

Heavener, Oklahoma

The town of Heavener (pop. 3,200) was named for a local merchant and owner of the original townsite, Joe Heavener. It is located at the base of the Poteau Mountain. It is the site of the Heavener Runestone, a mysterious rock with ancient carvings.

Heavener-Runestone State Park

The Heavener-Runestone State Park is a fifty-acre park with hiking trails. The park's name comes from a huge granite slab that features ancient carvings that are rumored to be the work of Viking explorers.

Peter Conser Home

The Peter Conser Home in Heavener was built in 1894 when Peter Conser was a former light horseman and legislator of the Choctaw Nation. His home has been restored and features antiques and photographs.
Address: 47114 Conser Creek Road, Heavener, OK 74937, United States

Freedom, Oklahoma

The small town of Freedom (pop. 270) has an Old West feel. It is situated on the Cimarron River and is noted for the granite monument of the Cimarron Cowboy.

Alabaster Caverns State Park

Alabaster Caverns State Park is a 200-acre park that features the largest natural gypsum cave in the world that is open to the public. Hiking trails and camping facilities are available.
Address: Box 32, Freedom, OK 73842-0032, United States

Freedom Museum

Exhibits at the Freedom Museum located on Main Street in Freedom include antiques, clothing, and over 700 types of barbed wire. The museum also includes artifacts from an archaeological site located northwest of Freedom called the Burnham Dig.

Enid, Oklahoma

The town of Enid (pop. 47,000) was created as a result of an 1893 land run. The town struggled until the railroad made it a stop on the regular route.

Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center (formerly Museum of the Cherokee Strip)

The Museum of the Cherokee Strip has become the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center and presents exhibits that depict the settlement of the area from 1893 to the present. The Humphrey Heritage Village is located on the grounds. The Village includes four historic buildings.
Official site: www.csrhc.org
Address: 507 South Fourth Street, Enid, OK 73701-5835, United States

Midgley Museum

The Midgley Museum in Enid is located in a house constructed with over 30 kinds of rock by Dan and Libbie Midgley. The pair excavated the rocks for the home. Exhibits include antique dishes, furniture and a petrified wood fireplace. Of particular interest is a 7000 pound petrified tree stump on the front lawn.
Address: 1001 Sequoyah Drive, Enid, OK 73703-6926, United States

Leonardo's Discovery Warehouse

Leonardo's Discovery Warehouse in Enid is a hands-on arts and sciences museum in a renovated building. It features learning activities and exhibits. There is also an outdoor science area called "Adventure Quest".
Official site: www.leonardos.org
Address: 200 East Maple Avenue, Enid, OK 73701-4114, United States

Railroad Museum of Oklahoma

The Railroad Museum of Oklahoma in Enid houses a collection of train cars, model railroads as well as items used on local trains. It includes six cabooses used by railroads in Enid.
Address: 702 North Washington Street, Enid, OK 73701-3138, United States

Dewey, Oklahoma

The small town of Dewey (pop. 3,200) was named for Admiral George Dewey and founded by pioneer J.H. Bartles, who also founded Bartlesville.

Tom Mix Museum

The Tom Mix Museum in Dewey houses items from the entertainer's personal collection. Mix, who was born on January 6, 1880, began his career as a rodeo performer and went on to become a Western movie star.
Official site: tommixmuseum.com
Address: 721 North Delaware Street, Dewey, OK 74029-2307, United States

Dewey Hotel

The Dewey Hotel was completed in 1900. It is a three-storey Victorian building that has been restored and furnished with turn-of-the century antiques.
Address: 801 North Delaware Street, Dewey, OK 74029-1609, United States

Cheyenne, Oklahoma

Cheyenne was the site of the 1868 Battle of the Washita where General Custer initiated an attack upon Chief Black Kettle and his people. The town is close to the largest volume natural gas field in the United States.

Black Kettle Museum

The Black Kettle Museum features information about Cheyenne and the Battle of Washita. At dawn on November 27, 1868, Custer attacked Black Kettle's camp on the Washita River killing Black Kettle and his wife, Medicine Woman.
Address: Box 252, Cheyenne, OK 73628-0252, United States

Washita Battlefield

The Washita Battlefield is a National Historic site. It was the Southern Cheyenne village of Peace Chief Black Kettle which was attacked by General Custer on November 27, 1868. This was hailed as victory by some and a massacre by others.
Official site: www.nps.gov/waba/
Address: 426 East Broadway, Cheyenne, OK 73628, United States

Anadarko, Oklahoma

57 mi. south-west of Oklahoma City is the township of Anadarko. Here, in the Indian City USA, are reconstructions of the villages of seven different Indian tribes, which give an excellent impression of the daily life of the original inhabitants of North America. The Southern Plains Indian Museum has a collection of historic and contemporary Indian art and the National Hall of Fame for Famous American Indians has bronze busts of famous indians.

Anadarko Philomathic Pioneer Museum

Housed in the old Rock Island Depot, the Anadarko Philomathic Pioneer Museum features a doctor's office and general store as well as a display of photographs from the early days of the town. Pioneer artifacts, American Indian photographs, and paintings are also featured.

Indian City USA Cultural Center

Indian City USA Cultural Center in Anadarko is a re-creation of a Plains Indian village. The museum houses an extensive display of Indian artifacts including beaded dresses and historic photographs.
The museum offers outdoor, guided walking tours through seven different life-sized reconstructed indian villages.
Address: East 1363 Road, United States

Southern Plains Indian Museum

Exhibits at the Southern Plains Indian Museum feature historic arts from the tribal peoples of western Oklahoma. Displays include beadwork, featherwork, metalwork, carvings, skin sewing, and hide painting.
Address: 715 East Central Boulevard, Anadarko, OK 73005, United States

Ardmore, Oklahoma

Ardmore (pop. 25,000) was a track-side tent city when it was established in 1887. Ranching is an important industry as well as oil drilling, refining and tire manufacturing.

Greater Southwest Historical Museum

The Greater Southwest Historical Museum in Ardmore has exhibits featuring the area's history from the mid 1800's to the present. Highlights include human settlement in South-Central Oklahoma. The counties of South-Central Oklahoma, focusing on Carter, Love, Murray, Marshall, Jefferson, and Johnston are included in the collection.
The museum is housed in Ardmore's former Oklahoma National Guard Armory, built in 1936.
The Military Memorial Museum is located in one wing of the Greater Southwest Historical Museum. It presents displays of military history from the American Revolution through to Desert Storm.
Official site: gshm.org
Address: 35 Sunset Drive, Ardmore, OK 73401, United States

Eliza Cruce Hall Doll Collection

The Eliza Cruce Hall Doll Museum in Ardmore is located in the Ardmore Public Library. The library acquired the dolls in 1971 from Eliza Cruce, the niece of Oklahoma's second governor. The Doll Collection features over 300 dolls from around the world.

Tucker Tower Nature Center

Tucker Tower Nature Center is located within Lake Murray State Park. This 1933 medieval-style fortress was originally planned to be a summer residence for Governor Bill Murray because of his efforts to get Oklahoma the state park. He never occupied the residence.

Charles B Goddard Center

The Goddard Center in Ardmore is a visual and performing arts center that offers singing, acting and painting classes as well as art exhibits and musical performances.
Official site: www.goddardcenter.org
Address: 410 First Avenue SW, Ardmore, OK 73401-4726, United States

Coleman Theatre Beautiful, Miami, Oklahoma

The Coleman Theatre Beautiful in Miami was built by George L. Coleman, Sr. in 1929. The exterior architecture is Spanish Mission Revival. Terra cotta gargoyles and other hand-carved figures adorn the building's facade. The interior includes gold leaf trim, silk damask panels, stained glass panels, carved mahogany staircases, and decorative plaster moldings and railings. The site was donated by the Coleman family to the city in 1989.

Chisholm Trail Museum and Governor Seay Mansion, Kingfisher, Oklahoma

The Chisholm Trail Museum is located on the Chisholm Trail and presents artifacts from the historic cattle trail. The trail was named after Jesse Chisholm, a mixed-blood Cherokee guide and trader. Chisholm Trail was used to transport Texas cattle north to the Kansas railheads. The museum houses Indian and pioneer artifacts, wildlife exhibits and farming tools.

Forest Heritage Center, Broken Bow, Oklahoma

The Forest Heritage Center north of Broken Bow in Beavers Bend Resort Park features the Forest Art Gallery, chainsaw carvings, a 100 year old log cabin and traditional woodworking tools. The area is ideal for outdoor activities like hiking, bird watching and fishing.

Chickasaw National Recreation Area

The Chickasaw National Recreation Area is located just south of the town of Sulphur. Recreational opportunities are available including swimming, boating, camping and fishing. The area is also home to a small herd of buffalo in their natural setting.
Official site: www.nps.gov/chic/
Address: Box 201, Sulphur, OK 73086, United States

Travertine Nature Center

The Travertine Nature Center located on Travertine Creek in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area features live animal and reptile exhibits from the forest and prairie ecosystem of Southern Oklahoma.

Edmond Historical Museum, Edmond, Oklahoma

The Edmond Historical Society Museum is located in the old Armory of the 179th Infantry of the Oklahoma National Guard. The museum features exhibits which detail the history of Edmond. Exhibits are arranged chronologically from the days when Edmond was a coal and water stop for the Santa Fe Railroad to the present day.

Fort Gibson Historic Site, Fort Gibson, Oklahoma

The Fort Gibson Historic Site includes a reconstructed fort, visitor center, walking trails and a museum with military relics. The museum showcases the role of the fort in the history of the state and the nation. Fort Gibson was occupied from 1824 to 1890.

Gene Autry Oklahoma Museum, Gene Autry, Oklahoma

The Gene Autry Oklahoma Museum contains items that belonged to Gene Autry, known as the singing cowboy. Displays include TV and movie sets, guitars and records as well as highlights from other Western singing stars Roy Rogers, Rex Allen, Tex Ritter, Jimmy Wakely and Eddie Dean.

No Man's Land Historical Museum, Goodwell, Oklahoma

The No Man's Land Museum in Goodwell has historic displays from the Oklahoma Panhandle and surrounding regions including chipped stone tools, grinding stones, pottery, and other items used by Native Americans. Paleontological and geological exhibits and a gallery for local artists are also exhibited.

Grove - Har-Ber Village

The Har-Ber Village just west of Grove was established in 1968. It is a reconstructed 19th C village that contains over 100 log buildings as well as glassware, dolls, china, furniture and farm machinery. Among the buildings are a bank, a beauty shop, a courthouse, a drug store, and a post office.
Official site: www.har-bervillage.com
Address: Box 270, Grove, OK 74344-0270, United States

Kiowa County Historical Museum, Hobart, Oklahoma

The Kiowa County Museum in Hobart is located in the Hobart Rock Island Depot which is on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum features old post office windows, quilts, clothing, farm implements and American Indian artifacts. There is an addition with tractors, buggies, and vehicles on display.

Pioneer Coal Miner Memorial, McAlester, Oklahoma

The Pioneer Coal Miner Memorial in McAlester features a life-sized bronze statue. The museum pays tribute to the thousands of coal miners who worked and died in the mines. The Wall of Memories contains more than 1,700 names of those who died in the profession.

Pawnee Bill Ranch Site, Pawnee, Oklahoma

The Pawnee Bill Ranch Site located west of Pawnee consists of a mansion, museum, barn and other structures from the life of Gordon Lillie, known as Pawnee Bill. He was the promoter of the Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show from 1888 to 1913. Buffaloes and longhorn cattle roam the ranch.

Cherokee Strip Museum, Perry, Oklahoma

The Cherokee Strip Museum traces the history of the Cherokee Outlet, a block of land granted to the Cherokee in 1835 also known as the Cherokee Strip. The museum has displays that showcase the history of the Cherokee people through artifacts, photographs, and documents.

Bivin Garden, Shidler, Oklahoma

The Bivin Garden is located just west of Shilder. It began as a landscaped flower garden and is now a six-acre tract of lawns, flower beds as well as hundreds of trees and shrubs. The six aviaries are home to peacocks, exotic pheasants, parakeets and tumbler pigeons.

Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge, Vian, Oklahoma

The Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge was created in 1970. It is an important habitat for waterfowl and other migratory birds. The majority of the refuge is low lying land which is ideal for spotting mallards, snow geese, hawks, bobwhites and various reptiles
The refuge contains archeological sites with prehistoric artifacts.

Seminole Nation Museum, Wewoka, Oklahoma

The Seminole Nation Museum in Wewoka opened in 1974. It was established to show the history and culture of the Seminole Indian Nation, the Freedmen, and the early Oklahoma Pioneers. Exhibits include dioramas, crafts, paintings and a military room, dedicated to local servicemen and women.

Sod House, Aline, Oklahoma

The Sod House in Aline was built in 1894 by Marshal McCully, a homesteader. It has been restored and furnished as a settler's sod house complete with outbuildings and items of pioneer life.

Museum of the Western Prairie, Altus, Oklahoma

The Museum of the Western Prairie in Altus features the lifestyles and history of southwest Oklahoma's western prairie. Exhibits chronicle the lives of American Indians, cowboys, settlers and soldiers.

Cherokee Strip Museum, Alva, Oklahoma

Displays at the Cherokee Strip Museum include medical and dental equipment, Western and American Indian art, guns and military items. Period rooms are also featured.

Jones and Plummer Trail Museum, Beaver, Oklahoma

The Jones and Plummer Trail Museum in Beaver tells the story of people who pioneered the area through artifacts and displays. There is a research room with historic information about the area.

Kiowa Tribal Museum, Carnegie, Oklahoma

The Kiowa Tribal Museum includes Indian artifacts such as buckskin leggings, shirt, jackets, bows and arrows, dolls and necklaces. The museum also contains pictures and paintings including murals of Kiowa history.

Read Ranch (closed), Chandler, Oklahoma

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The Read Ranch west of Chandler is a 240-acre working ranch with Texas Longhorn cattle and buffaloes. Features include a Western town movie set and a saloon.

Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge, Cherokee, Oklahoma

The Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge in Cherokee features salt flats, selenite crystal digging, and nesting areas for interior least terns, American avocets, and snowy plovers. There are hiking trails.

Stephens County Historical Museum, Duncan, Oklahoma

Exhibits at the Stephens County Historical Museum in Duncan include an early dental office as well as a Native American Indian collection. Visitors can also see early-day photography, music, crafts, Indian lore and farming machines.

Elk City Old Town Museum Complex, Oklahoma

The Elk City Old Town Museum Complex is a re-creation of a Western town that includes a late 19th C Victorian frame house that contains period furnishings, a farm, American Indian teepee, a railroad station and a schoolhouse.

Elk City - National Route 66 Museum

The National Route 66 Museum in Elk City features murals of all eight states of historic Route 66 from Claifornia to Chicago. The museum contains photographs and signs.
Address: P. O. Box 5, Elk City, OK 73648, United States

Fort Towson Historic Site, Fort Towson, Oklahoma

The Fort Towson historic site features historic structures of a frontier fort called the community of Doaksville and operated from 1820s to 1840s, and during the Civil War by Confederates.

Gore - Cherokee Courthouse (Tahlonteeskee)

The Cherokee Courthouse in Gore is a reconstructed 1829 council house and courthouse. Beside it is the original cabin. The museum display's Items about the area's first Cherokee settlement.
Address: RR 2, Box 37-1, Gore, OK 74435-9414, United States

Henryetta Territorial Museum, Henryetta, Oklahoma

The Henryetta Territorial Museum is housed in a one-room schoolhouse, built in 1905. As well as being the first school in Henryetta, it was the town's first library. The building was moved to its current location in 1983.

Frisco Depot Museum, Hugo, Oklahoma

The Frisco Depot in Hugo was built in 1914 on the main line from Dallas to St Louis. The museum houses America Indian artifacts, antiques, a miniature train exhibit and railroad memorabilia.

Murray-Lindsay Mansion, Lindsay, Oklahoma

The Murray Lindsay Mansion in Erin Springs was built in 1879. The 3-story stone and stucco home has been renovated and includes family photos, a 187-piece teapot collection and other personal items.

Quartz Mountain State Resort Park Nature Center, Lone Wolf, Oklahoma

The Nature Center in the Quartz Mountain Resort Park west of Lone Wolf features local cultural history, geology and wildlife displays. The nature trails lead along a wooded stream.

Fort Washita, Madill, Oklahoma

Fort Washita is the remains of a well-preserved, partially restored American Indian fort located east of Madill. The fort was operated during the 1840s and 1850s by the Chickasawa and Choctaws as well as during Civil War by Confederates.

Timberlake Rose Rock Museum, Noble, Oklahoma

The Timberlake Rose Rock Museum in Noble is dedicated to the Barite Rose Rock, the state rock of Oklahoma. Joe and Nancy Stine have created metal sculptures with rose rocks as the center piece, these works are on display.

Nowata County Historical Society Museum, Nowata, Oklahoma

The County Historical Society Museum in Nowata includes exhibits of American Indian and cowboy artifacts, period clothing, military items, agricultural equipment, a dental office and antique furniture.

Creek Council House Museum, Okmulgee, Oklahoma

The Creek Council House was erected in 1878 and was the seat of tribal government until statehood. It is a National Historic Landmark. The museum was established in 1923 and features Muscogee Creek Indian craftwork and artifacts.

Robert S. Kerr Home and Museum, Poteau, Oklahoma

This museum is the former home of Robert S. Kerr, a former governor and U.S. senator. It details the history and development of eastern Oklahoma and has exhibits that include Spiro Mounds artifacts, Choctaw Indian history and local history.

Jasmine Moran Children's Museum, Seminole, Oklahoma

Jasmine Moran's Children Museum in Seminole is a child-size town with street signs, a grocery store, doctor's office, television studio and other locales that are found within a community.

Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center, Spiro, Oklahoma

Spiro Mounds are pre-historic Indian mounds with evidence of 850 A.D. to 1450 A.D. culture. The interpretive center exhibits artifacts and grave goods that were buried with the deceased.

Oklahoma Historic Fashions Museum, Wagoner, Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Historic Fashions Museum in Wagoner is housed in a turn-of-the-century territorial home. It features historic fashion displays from the city of Wagoner and the state of Oklahoma.

T.B. Ferguson Museum, Watonga, Oklahoma

The Ferguson Mansion in Watonga was built in 1907 for T.B. Ferguson who was Oklahoma's sixth territorial governor. The white frame Victorian style house has been restored, and features period furnishings and historic memorabilia.

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum, Clinton, Oklahoma

Route 66 Drive-In Theater, Clinton, Oklahoma.
The story of Route 66 and the history of transportation, from the 1920s to the 1970s is presented at the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton.

Arbuckle Wilderness, Davis, Oklahoma

Arbuckle Wilderness is a drive-through wildlife theme park with animals in natural habitats. The park features a scenic safari drive and amusement rides.

Lake Texoma Recreation Area, Durant, Oklahoma

The Lake Texoma Recreation Area west of Durant offers fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, skiing, hunting, and bird watching opportunities.

Okemah County Historical Society Museum, Oklahoma

The Okemah County Historical Society is located in a Masonic temple built in 1926. The history of the county is revealed by an early-day schoolroom display.

Shattuck - Shattuck Windmill Museum

The Shattuck Windmill Museum showcases wind generation with 51 vintage windmills and one wind generator on a four-acre site.
Address: Box 227, Shattuck, OK 73858-0227, United States

Choctaw Nations Museum, Tuskahoma, Oklahoma

The Choctaw Nations Museum is housed in the 1884 capitol of the Choctaw tribe. Exhibits include vintage clothing, tribal documents and Choctaw pottery.
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