600 North Price
Chandler, OK 74834
Phone: (405) 258-2131
Fax: (405) 258-1788
600 North Price, Chandler, OK, US, 74834
- Phone: (405) 258-2131
- Fax: (405) 258-1788
Arts & Museums
One of Oklahoma's best kept secrets, this off-the-beaten-path museum contains numerous exhibits about Oklahoma's history including an extensive collection of early Southwest Indian artifacts and exhibits on the beginnings of country music. An antique shop is also on site.
Located west of Sapulpa in Drumright, a short distance from Tulsa, this museum of local history is housed, along with the local Chamber of Commerce, in a 1916 Santa Fe Railroad depot. The tracks are no longer here, but the history remains. Both indoor and outdoor exhibits showcase the oil and railroad history of this town. The museum also hosts various seasonal evening events. Students of local history will be enlightened, and children will love the railroad cars and old machinery. Group tours are offered by appointment.
Award-winning exhibits of local history are preserved, documented, and displayed at this museum including important historical events, household articles, work tools, toys, and clothing.
Preserving the heritage of the sport of wrestling, this hall of fame features numerous exhibits and memorabilia that pays tribute to the champions, amatuers, and Olympic wrestlers.
Located in a 1936 armory that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this museum contains numerous permanent exhibits depicting the history of Edmond plus features monthly traveling exhibits.
You will find artifacts and documents of the 1889 Land Run and the settlement of Guthrie at this museum including an exhibit on the William Black family, an African American family who made their claim near Guthrie.
This 1903 printing and publishing business from Guthrie's territorial days features printing and bookbinding equipment from 1889 to 1916.
Unique museum exhibiting rare and significant banjos, historic banjo recordings, and sheet music. The museum also features a gift shop carrying old and new banjo recordings and a performing hall.
Oklahoma has a long tradition of producing great athletes and cheering winning teams. Those men and women who represented Oklahoma on a state, national, or international stage are immortalized in this interactive museum. The most popular exhibits feature professional football and baseball stars, as well as successful state college programs and distinctively Southwestern sports like rodeo. Others are dedicated to Olympians. Even the Harlem Globe Trotters have a tie to Oklahoma. Be sure to visit the gift shop for a souvenir of your trip.
A variety of historical pictures, artifacts, information, and displays dating from 1918 about the Stillwater Municipal Airport, the Stillwater Airforce, the International Flying Farmers, and the OSU Flying Aggies are exhibited in this museum.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the game of softball awaits you at this museum and gallery near the state capitol. From its inception as an indoor game in 1887 to the greatest players that ever played, this hall is one of the most difficult to enter, it only has 366 inductees and it also serves as the headquarters of the Amateur Softball Association/USA Softball and the International Softball Federation.
Quite possibly, this is one museum the kids will not mind visiting because firemen sometimes hold a special mystique for them. The State Firefighters' Association runs this museum that depicts how firefighting has evolved throughout history. Exhibits of antique, century-old fire engines will amaze and educate visitors; one of the most popular exhibits is Oklahoma's first fire station, a rustic log cabin built just after the Civil War. In addition to unique items like a collection of uniform shoulder patches and fire alarms, the historical collection shows little-known aspects that accompany the profession.