Arbuckle Historical Museum

402 W Muskogee Ave
Sulphur, OK 73086
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Arbuckle Historical Museum

402 W Muskogee Ave
Sulphur, OK 73086

Housed inside the 1917 City Hall building, the Arbuckle Historical Museum in Sulphur contains a myriad of displays detailing Oklahoma history. See more than 50 years' worth of artifacts the Boy Scout Room, along with pictorial and artifacts displaying the history of Sulphur Springs, Chickasaw Nation and Indian Territory in the Truck Room. On the first floor, guests can take a look at old newspapers, a large-scale model of Sulphur Springs circa 1895, scale models of a Conestoga wagon, a Wells Fargo stage coach, early day farm and carpenter tools, rocks, minerals and fossils of the area.

Venture up to the second floor through the Court Room, filled with memorabilia of the OK School for the Deaf and Sulphur Public Schools, history of OK Veterans Center, military photos and newspapers. Visitors can also explore a collection of old presidential lapel pins, photos and certificates awarded to Lucille Pintz, the organizer of the "Head Start" program.

Visit this National Register of Historic Places building and check out the toy room, kitchen, and period clothing on display before finishing your trip with a peek at over 250 volumes from Murray County Courthouse on hand for genealogists' use. 




Friday: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Saturday: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Open by appointment.
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