Museums & Historic Sites

What do Wild West Shows, Victorian mansions, sod houses, forts, battlefields, and prehistoric archaeological sites have in common? They are all right here in Oklahoma where the diverse and exciting past unfolds across the state.

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Cherokee Strip Museum
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Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center
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Museum of the Western Prairie
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Oklahoma History Center
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Oklahoma Route 66 Museum
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Oklahoma Territorial Museum
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Pioneer Heritage Townsite Center
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Pioneer Woman Museum
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Spiro Mounds
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Cabin Creek Battlefield
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Fort Gibson
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Fort Supply
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Fort Towson
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Fort Washita
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Honey Springs Battlefield
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Frank Phillips Home
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Fred Drummond Home
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George Murrell Home
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Pawnee Bill Ranch
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Peter Conser Home
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Sequoyah's Cabin
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Sod House Museum
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AJ Seay Mansion
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Atoka Museum & Confederate Cemetery
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Chisholm Trail Museum
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Henry Overholser Mansion
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Jim Thorpe Home
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No Man's Land Museum
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TB Ferguson Home
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Tom Mix Museum
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White Hair Memorial

Museums

  1. Atoka Museum & Confederate Cemetery
  2. Cherokee Strip Museum
  3. Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center
  4. Chisholm Trail Museum
  5. Museum of the Western Prairie
  6. No Man's Land Museum
  7. Oklahoma History Center
  8. Oklahoma Route 66 Museum
  9. Oklahoma Territorial Museum
  10. Pioneer Heritage Townsite Center
  11. Pioneer Woman Museum
  12. Spiro Mounds Museum
  13. Tom Mix Museum
  14. White Hair Memorial

Historic Homes

  1. A.J. Seay Mansion
  2. Frank Phillips Home
  3. Fred Drummond Home
  4. George M. Murrell Home
  5. Henry Overholser Mansion
  6. Jim Thorpe Home
  7. Pawnee Bill Ranch
  8. Peter Conser Home
  9. Sequoyah's Cabin
  10. Sod House Museum
  11. T.B. Ferguson Home


Military Sites

  1. Cabin Creek Battlefield
  2. Fort Gibson
  3. Fort Supply
  4. Fort Towson
  5. Fort Washita
  6. Honey Springs Battlefield





 OHS will mark 150th anniversary of the American Civil War with reenactments, activities and historical exploration. Visit www.okcivilwar.org to find out more.