Oklahoma Territorial Plaza

Oklahoma Territorial Plaza750 N Main St
Perkins, OK 74059

Phone: 405-547-2777
Description

This six-acre, open air museum on Main Street in Perkins features several restored buildings from Territorial days.  These building include a 1901 log cabin, an 1800s one-room schoolhouse, a 1950s-60s service station and the former home of Frank Eaton, the inspiration for Oklahoma State University's cowboy "Pistol Pete."  The grounds also include statues of Eaton and Iowa Chief No Heart by artist Wayne Cooper.

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  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours

Open weekends May through September.




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From Pat Bickell on 01/13/2010

I'm a Volunteer at The Plaza & enjoy meeting the people who tour the site. It's a great place to learn about our past as well as make room for the future. Stop by often as we will be adding new exhibits.


From Shelby Lauener on 01/13/2010

The Oklahoma Territorial Plaza is a great addition to the City of Perkins. Any one who enjoys Oklahoma History will enjoy this step back in time. It is a work in progress and will continue to grow and expand in the future.


 
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