Chuck Wagon Festival
May 27, 2017 to May 28, 2017
1700 NE 63rd St
Enjoy authentic family entertainment at its finest during the annual Chuck Wagon Gathering & Children's Cowboy Festival, held at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Come to this much-loved festival for amazing stage entertainment from acclaimed Western singers and musicians, as well as leather stamping demonstrations. Featured on the Food Network's "Top Five: Summer Sensations" program, the Chuck Wagon Gathering & Children's Cowboy Festival is known for its mouthwatering food. Authentic chuck wagon crews will be on-hand to prepare delicious cowboy favorites for folks to sample.
Activities at the annual Chuck Wagon Gathering & Children's Cowboy Festival include square dancing, artisan demos, rope crafting and butter making. Bring the kids for the petting zoo and bandanna decorating. Whether taking a photo with a Longhorn steer or enjoying the historic Western reenactors' show, this festival is a guaranteed hit for Memorial Day weekend.
Visitors can also find their way up the hill to enjoy the sprawling museum complex or watch their children take part in the hands-on activities in the children’s building. The museum's indoor Children's Cowboy Corral offers plenty of entertainment that includes face painting, giant puzzles, dress-up areas and craft stations. Chuck wagon activities, tastings and museum admission, excluding concessions, are included in the price of admission.
Children 12 & under - FREE While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.
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