Gene Autry Oklahoma Museum

Gene Autry Oklahoma Museum 47 Prairie St
Gene Autry, OK 73436

Phone: 580-294-3335

Located in the town named after him, the Gene Autry Oklahoma Museum is all about the city's namesake. Explore an impressive collection of memorabilia of Old West living as well as movies and music from the 1920s to the 1950s. There is an emphasis on famed Western movie star and singing legend Gene Autry, who owned a ranch just outside of town. Several of the museum's rooms feature artifacts, collectibles and town history. Come and learn how the former Oklahoma town of Berwyn became Gene Autry, Oklahoma.

While admission is free, donations are welcome.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop, Handicapped Parking, Meeting Space Available

  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available, Seating Capacity: 200, Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Tour Information: Customized tours, Group Tours, Guided Tours, Self-guided tours





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Also open by appointment.
In winter, museum closes at dark.
Closed New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, July 4th, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Donations are appreciated.

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

From I-35, Exit 40, travel 6 miles east on Hwy 53. Turn right (south) on Happy Trails. (RV park on 53 is about 1/4 mile before Happy Trails). Follow Happy Trails about 1 mile. Turn left (east) on Tumbleweed. The musuem is at intersection of Tumbleweed and Prairie.

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From Roy Harrison on 01/31/16

The Museum was very interesting in preserving the legend of Gene Autry. There were many items to view. I am sure the overhead cost is tremendous but for simple donations you can see it and enjoy. Keep in mind that Gene lived in an era where only us old folks remember him on the Silver Screen, while your kids may be wondering where the HD comes in. Directions when you get close to the Museum seems to fade and not well illustrated to find. But once you get inside, there is quite a lot to be seen. There is no Eating establishments nearby so eat before you come. There really isn't much of a Town left, but once you get inside the Museum, you will forget that. They have done a great job of preserving the Gene Autry history and the Museum continues to grow and more visitors are coming all the time. Just don't think it is like Las Vegas with spit and polish. The Curator is great in explaining the GA history and I learned a lot about him I did not know. I am sure you will too. Your kids if you have some to bring will have a lot of questions since they most likely don't know who he was. The things I viewed there brought back a lot of memories. I even saw items I did not know existed during that era. I recommend the Museum for what it has to offer and I believe you will find it interesting as well.

From Roy Harrison on 01/29/16

Need Road signs and better directions. All of us missed the turn. Need something out front that identifies Gene Autry other than on the building. Improve the Road. Larger Sign on Highway I-35

From Janet Greer on 01/29/16

PERFECTION PERSONIFIED!! The lovely curator was so interesting and made our visit so special! Good location for family.

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