Hominy

Named after an Osage chief, Hominy is a town with a rich Native American heritage, offering unique attractions spanning from the arts to historical sites noting the city’s important oil and cattle industry. Take a tour of the murals and sculptures around town that were made by local Native American artist Cha’ Tullis and stop by the Cha’ Tullis Gallery for creations you won’t find anywhere else.

Get a taste of local history at the MKT Depot, White Hair Memorial or Frederick Drummond Home, a three-story Victorian built by a turn-of-the-century business leader and cattleman/rancher. Court Lady Luck at the Osage Casino or enjoy fishing from the banks of beautiful Hominy Municipal Lake.

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