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Oklahoma Territorial Museum and Carnegie Library,

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We had a guided tour here last night. Wow I was really impressed. Tour guide was really... read more

Reviewed August 3, 2018
deereman78
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Weatherford, Oklahoma
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A must-see museum while in Guthrie

There are some gems inside this museum that details life in the area during and after the Oklahoma... read more

Reviewed July 15, 2018
Goldieand3Bears
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Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri
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406 E Oklahoma Ave, Parking Available Along The Street, Guthrie, OK 73044-3317
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Reviewed August 3, 2018 via mobile

We had a guided tour here last night. Wow I was really impressed. Tour guide was really knowledgeable and enthusiastic very well done. This was excellent

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Reviewed July 15, 2018

There are some gems inside this museum that details life in the area during and after the Oklahoma Land Run. The exhibits are interesting and the staff is really nice. I recommend stopping here for some Oklahoma history. The Carnegie Library adjacent to the museum...More

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Reviewed May 27, 2018 via mobile

Any history buff would enjoy the tour. It features items from the land run, such as buggies, an old cabin, clothing, and housewares. It tells the story of Oklahoma transitioning from territory to statehood. Seniors pay $5. Photography is allowed.

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Reviewed April 28, 2018 via mobile

This was a charming museum that tells the story of the great land race of Oklahoma to stake a land claim. It houses authentic relics that had been donated. It also is connected to the Carnegie Library which is a beautiful building.

Thank Vickiward
Reviewed December 12, 2017

The museum was part of the historic homes tour in December and was actually the highlight of the tour for us. So much information about the territorial times and the Land Run. Also, learned the true story about the stolen Oklahoma Seal. This was included...More

Thank JandRDuncan
Reviewed December 5, 2017

Small place in comparison to some museums, but interesting artifacts and information. People running things are friendly and helpful.

Thank WhereNext2Go2
Reviewed November 24, 2017

We went in here while waiting on the tour for the Scottish Rite building and were pleasantly surprised by the the information and layout of this nice little gem. Check it out!

Thank jm64832001
Reviewed September 7, 2017

Love this museum. Such an informative place. Very cheap place to spend several hours learning about Guthrie and Oklahoma history. It used to be free, and you could give a donation, but now it costs $7 for adults.

Thank MarciaR4
Reviewed August 30, 2017 via mobile

Learned a few things about Oklahoma. From Indian Territory into state hood. Learned about the Boomers and Sooners in the land run. Very informational, good museum.

Thank rlang18
Reviewed August 27, 2017

The Oklahoma land run--the territory, the first governor. This place is brimming with information and opened an entirely new aspect of Oklahoma history. Who knew the first governor was from Ohio, who knew Oklahoma might have been two states? Theodore Roosevelt had a hand in...More

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