Krebs Heritage Museum

Krebs Heritage Museum 85 S Main St
Krebs, OK 74554

Phone: 918-426-0377

Experience an important piece of Oklahoma history at the Krebs Heritage Museum.  Located east of McAlester, Krebs began as a coal mining town in the early 1900s and the Krebs Heritage Museum honors the history of immigrants and Native Americans that developed the area.  

Reflecting Krebs’s mining town beginnings, the museum features exhibits of early coal mining equipment, an extensive collection of military equipment as well as a rare collection of brass band instruments.  Honoring the people who settled Krebs, the Krebs Heritage Museum has a fine collection of ...

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Meeting Space Available

  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-270, US-69

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours





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1 mile E of Hwy 69 and 1 block S of Hwy 31 in downtown Krebs, across from post office.

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Julia Hancock

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