Chickasaw Nation White House

Chickasaw Nation White House 6379 E Mansion Rd
Milburn, OK 73450

Phone: 580-436-2603   580-235-7343

The Chickasaw White House was once considered a mansion on the Oklahoma frontier.  The property was the home of Chickasaw Governor Douglas Hancock Johnston and his family from 1898 to 1971. Now under the care of the Chickasaw Nation, the Chickasaw White House has been lovingly restored to its full grandeur, just as it was circa 1900.  The home contains unusual features for its era including 14-ft ceilings, cherry mahogany fireplace mantels, crystal chandeliers and a dance floor.

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  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Advance Group Reservations Required

  • Tour Information: Self-guided tours





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Open Apr-Dec. Tours by appointment only. Closed holidays. Appointments and tours outside of normal hours are available.

From I-35, head east on Hwy 199. Turn left at Hwy 1 E. Continue to Hwy 22 E, turn right to stay on Hwy 22 E, then take E 1935 Rd to E Mansion Rd.

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From Victoria Ham on 07/20/14

Great experience! Our tour guides were very friendly and knowledgeable. Answered all of our questions. We even sat on the white wicker furniture on the wrap around porch and had home made ice cream as we watched our 3 year old nephew run through the yard laughing and playing. Lovely memories! Thank you...

From Chickasaw Country on 03/07/14

Hi Jason, Unfortunately, many of our museums in that area are not open on Sundays. However, there are a number of other area attractions such as Baker’s Pecans/Baker’s Acres, the Tishomingo Wildlife Refuge and Pennington Creek Park that would make great stops for a leisurely Sunday drive. If you are interested in visiting historical attractions in the area like the Chickasaw White House, Chickasaw Bank Museum, Chickasaw National Capitol Building and Chickasaw Council House Museum, we suggest planning your visit during the weekdays or on a Saturday. We would also recommend taking a scenic Sunday drive around the Sulphur/Davis area to check out wonderful attractions like the Chickasaw Cultural Center, Chickasaw National Recreational Area, Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center, Bedré Fine Chocolate, Chickasaw Visitor Center, Turner Falls Park and more.

From Jason on 02/28/14

Was disappoint that it is not open on Sunday. A lot of people like to take Sunday drives and look at museum and othere attrations on Sunday afternoon.

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