Tom Mix Museum & Western Theater

Tom Mix Museum & Western Theater
721 N Delaware
Dewey
,
OK
74029
Phone: 918-534-1555

The Tom Mix Musuem & Western Theater houses a large collection of personal and movie items from the silent movie "King of the Cowboys." The museum offers a 30-seat theatre featuring Tom Mix movies and exhibits of this silent western movie star, who once worked as a bartender, deputy sheriff, prize fighter and athletic coach in Oklahoma. He also was a trick roper for the Mulhall and 101 Ranch Wild West shows of Oklahoma. With over 5,000 photographs, it is the nation's most comprehensive collection of personal property of the silent movie cowboy, who lived in Dewey in 1909. Learn about the infamous suitcases during your visit to the museum. Gift shop souvenirs range from Tom Mix shirts and caps to Tom Mix imprinted cups and glassware, plus a large selection of his movies. Movies are shown in the theatre until 3:30pm.

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Amenities
Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop, Meeting Space Available
Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Tour Group Welcome Reception
Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-75
Tour Information: Guided Tours
Hours
Open February-December 23:
Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-4:30pm
Closed Sunday, Monday and all state/federal holidays.
Pricing
Admission:
Adults: $3
Children: 50 cents While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.
Directions
Located north of Tulsa on US Hwy 75 approx 50 miles.

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