Rt 2 Box 124, US-70 & US-81, Waurika Oklahoma 73573
History of the Chisolm Trail featuring a Pioneer Room, full-size covered wagon and educational video.
Open weekends. Call for hours. Group tours by appointment; handicapped accessible; motorcoach parking. Donations accepted.
Other History nearby:
(Flat Rock) Carl Sandburg Home Nat'l Historic Site
(Waurika) Chisolm Trail Historical Museum
(Brevard) Cradle of Forestry Nat'l Historic Site
(Hendersonville) Johnson Farm
(Cullowhee) Mountain Heritage Center
(Morganton) Old Burke County Courthouse
02/23 Coming to The Waurika area
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