The site is open to the public. The park and nature trail are open daily, from 8 am until dusk.
Mansion & Historic Buildings Hours
Tuesday–Saturday 10 am to 5 pm
Closed Sunday, Monday, and state holidays.
Donations are accepted to help preserve and interpret the historic site.
George M. Murrell Home
19479 East Murrell Home Road
Park Hill, OK 74451
The home is located at 19479 East Murrell Home Road, Park Hill, Oklahoma, just south of Tahlequah.
From the west - Tulsa via Muskogee Turnpike
From Tulsa, follow the Muskogee Turnpike east to Muskogee. Take the US Hwy 62 East exit. Follow Hwy 62 East about thirty miles to near Tahlequah. Turn right at the first stop light (State Hwy 82). Turn left on the first road, Murrell Home Road. Follow Murrell Home Road about one mile, and the home will be on your right.
From the east - Fayetteville, AR via US Hwy 62
From Fayetteville, Arkansas, follow US Hwy 62 West through Westville, Oklahoma. Continue on Hwy 62 about twenty-five more miles to Tahlequah. Turn left at the second stop light, the Bertha Parker Bypass (Hwy 62). Go through three stoplights, then turn left on Muskogee Avenue (also Hwy 62). Follow Muskogee Avenue out of town, then turn left at the State Hwy 82 intersection. Turn left on the first road, Murrell Home Road. Follow Murrell Home Road about one mile, and the house will be on your right.
From the South - I-40
Take exit 297 off I-40, and follow Hwy 82 North for about thirty-five miles. Just before the intersection of Hwy 62, turn right on Murrell Home Road. Follow Murrell Home Road about one mile, and the house will be on your right.
The Friends of the Murrell Home gift shop is inside the home. The shop is open during the regular hours for the museum. Items include books, souvenirs, craft items, and more.
The Murrell Home does accept reservations for groups of ten or more. To schedule a group tour call (918) 456-2751. Special educational programs and demonstrations may be available.
The Murrell Mercantile Store
Visit a replica of George Murrell's original general mercantile store that was housed on the property. From April 1 to October 31 each year, the store is open for visitors to see items Park Hill residents could buy, and learn about economics in the nineteenth century. The store is housed in the Daniel Cabin, a 1933 log structure built by Ross family members and relocated to the Murrell Home property.
Special living history programs are available for school or youth groups. Call the Murrell Home to schedule or for more information.