Western Oklahoma Historical Center

Western Oklahoma Historical Center 520 W Main St
Weatherford, OK 73096

Phone: 580-772-7283
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Located one block north of the Weatherford City Hall, the Western Oklahoma Historical Center has many things to offer those wanting to view what life was like for pioneers at the start of the 20th century. Featuring an authentic one room school house and cabin, this museum proudly shows exhibits from the period and allows patrons to experience what schooling was like at the turn of the century. The center is also home to the Western Plains Genealogical Society.

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  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-40, Route 66

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours





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Also open by appointment.

Located on Route 66, between I-40 Exits 82 & 84.

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Kim Dresser

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From Kim Dresser on 01/29/14

Join us on for our Red Dirt Rangers Benefit Concert for the Western Oklahoma Historical Center on March 29th at 7pm at Weatherford High School PAC center. Tickets are $20.00 & ticket orders with your checks can be mailed to WOHC, PO Box 1672, Weatherford, OK 73096.

From kim Dresser on 08/31/12

Join us on Sept 17th at 6 for our Covered Dish Picnic at the Historical Center. Oct. 15th at 6 for our Sunset Cemetery Tour of the Greenwood Cemetery. Park on the east side meet at the North East Gate. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather. Visit our FB pages or webpage for more info weatherfordgenealogy.org Happy trails on your researching. Kim

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