Old Choate House Museum

Old Choate House Museum403 Walnut St
Indianola, OK 74442

Phone: 918-823-4421
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The Old Choate House Museum in Indianola consists of a one-and-a-half story double log house with dogtrot that was the home of a former Choctaw Senate president.  The Heritage Room of the Choate House contains furniture dating from 1689-1889, while the Territorial Room features furniture and furnishings dating from 1889-1907.  The upstairs room shows original construction details.  An original 1923 barn, located on-site, contains early farm implements and exhibits detailing local history to 1945.  The Bynum House, which dates back to 1903, also features original outbuildings ...

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  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

Open by appointment only.

Located on Hwy 113 W (Walnut St).

Primary Contact:

Roy Bynum




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