No Man's Land Museum

No Man's Land Museum 214 E Ave
Goodwell, OK 73939

Phone: 580-349-2670

Goodwell's No Man's Land Museum is an Oklahoma panhandle gem. Explore exhibits full of unique items from throughout the area formerly known as No Man's Land. The museum holds American Indian artifacts including an extensive collection of Plains arrowheads, a peace pipe from Blackfoot Chief Two Guns Whitecalf and a variety of beadwork and porcupine quillwork.

Also on display are casts of dinosaur footprints from the Kenton area, desks used by the two delegates at the 1906 Oklahoma Constitutional Convention and a variety of 19th century tools. Head to No Man's Land Museum for an inside ...

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  • Facility Amenities: Gift Shop

  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

The museum is open from 10am to 4pm Tuesday through Saturday from June to August. From September to May it is open from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm Tuesday through Friday and 10am to 4pm Saturday. It is closed on Sunday, Monday and state holidays.

Other times are available by appointment.

Located on E Avenue between Church and 1st Streets.

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Debbie Colson

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From Donald Kent DeWolfe on 08/23/13

My family homesteaded in Texas County. Nolan McWhiter was my uncle, Amos DeWolfe my grand father and Giles E. Miller my great grand father. I'm happy to see that oldplaten press in your photos. I'm not sure which of my family placed it there. I live in Nashville now. Thanks

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