Top of Oklahoma Historical Society Museum

Top of Oklahoma Historical Society Museum303 S Main
Blackwell, OK 74631

Phone: 580-363-0209
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Housed in the 1912 "Electric Park Pavilion," the Top of Oklahoma Historical Society Museum in Blackwell contains items from the 1893 Cherokee Strip Land Run to the present. The museum collection includes farm tools, cameras, saddles, furniture, clothing, kitchen equipment, Indian paintings, pianos, early televisions and much more. Industry exhibits and a church setting are also featured. Themes include Victorian, country/western, American Indian, architectural and Main Street. See the Brick Walk of History, an early day well cover that's now a gazebo and the beautiful water fountain ...

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Gift Shop, Meeting Space Available

  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-35

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours

Day

Open

Close

Sunday

1:00 pm

5:00 pm

Monday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Tuesday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Wednesday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Thursday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Friday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

May close early according to visitor flow.

From I-35 take Hwy 11, go 1 mile S to 300 block. We are on W side of street in a large white building.

Primary Contact:

Louise Akers




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From Ron Richmond on 07/09/2014

Neighbor is not disgruntled. He is disappointed he has invested over a quarter of a million dollars in this neighborhood and the city won't abide by their own noise and disturbing the peace ordinances. The ordinances are very clear. You can read them on the city's own website. What is sad is that a person who is paid a lot of Blackwell taxpayer money and who does not even live in Blackwell tells me to take his bells and like them. I recommend to all to not be or buy in Blackwell. Since my tax dollars are being spent in this way, I started giving my tax dollars to other towns. I used to go out of my way to support local businesses. Can't do it now because it feeds the offensive people who play the bells. In fact, a person involved with the museum asked me to donate some items. Before the bells, I would have gladly done so. Not now. It is sad that offensive people at the city have ruined so much of it.


From Dianne Braden on 06/02/2014

How sad this is the comment about the bells not the museum. The museum is well worth your time. I have been there many times when out of state visitors stop by. They have all enjoyed it. Lots for children to see. I'm sorry about the neighbor who is disgruntled, but check out the museum. It's terrific , and the building alone is worth a stop.


 
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