Wilson Historical Museum
The Wilson Historical Museum serves as a repository for artifacts and information about the oil boom and railroading days of the early 20th century. This collection focuses on regional history including the town of Wilson, the surrounding oilfield communities, and south-central Oklahoma. The museum features period furnishings, as well as implements and pictures of residents. The museum's library contains copies of virtually all Wilson newspapers, obituaries, albums, and an ever expanding genealogical collection.
Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Gift Shop
General Information: Free admission
Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking
Tour Information: Guided Tours
From I-35, take Exit 31 onto Hwy 70W. Go approx 14 mi, then exit S on Hwy 70A. Follow into downtown Wilson. Museum located on the right, across from the Super C Grocery Store.
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