Hominy Tourism

Hominy Tourism
219 W 1st St
Phone: 918-287-8784
Phone: 918-885-2164

Plan your next trip to Hominy with the help of Hominy Tourism. This charming city in northeast Oklahoma is home to such attractions as the Fred Drummond Home, the MKT Train Depot, the Cha’ Tullis Gallery and downtown art murals, and the historic Marland Gas Station.

Hominy Tourism has all the inside information on fun events like crafts at Mosaic Park on Main Street each Sunday afternoon from October to December. During May, plan your trip to the annual Native American Festival held at the Peh-Tse-Moie Park, which was named after the Osage gentleman who gave the land to the city. In October, visit for the Hominy Historic Haunted Tour to explore four locations along Main Street.

In addition to the maps and brochures offered by Hominy Tourism, visitors can also get more information from the Osage County Tourism kiosk located along Highway 99 adjacent to the four-way stop sign.

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Facility Amenities: Handicapped Parking
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Hominy is 43 miles from Tulsa via US-64, 24 miles from Skiatook via OK 20 and 20 miles from Pawhuska via OK 99.
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