Eskridge Hotel Museum
The Eskridge Hotel in Wynnewood was built in 1907, the same year that Oklahoma became a state. It remained a working hotel and boarding house until the early 1970s. The hotel-turned-museum features three floors filled with furnishings and items from the late 1800s to mid-1900s depicting life back then. These display rooms include an old school room, Black history room, vintage photo gallery, funeral parlor, barber shop, tack room, armed forces room, old general store, post office, doctor's office, WWII memorial, Native American heritage room, old hotel room, sewing room, dress shop and more.
Some of the displays include a player piano, two old bank safes, old kitchen utensils and appliances (such as an ice box and pot belly stove), school sports pictures and trophies from as far back as 1909, a spinning wheel and loom, a side saddle, an old hair-perming machine and curling irons, a mold for bullets (thought to have been used in Civil War times), several treadle sewing machines, and many more unusual items not in use today.
A wide variety of interesting and unique collections are scattered throughout the museum; these include, among others, an assortment of jars (one of which is dated 1858), bottles and soda pop bottles, vintage ladies' hats and shoes, antique children's toys, quilts and doilies, and trophies from one of the premier race horse breeders of the country. A tour of the historic Eskridge Hotel Museum is a mini-vacation, where visitors can view the everyday life of Oklahoma settlers at the turn of the century and experience a part of that era.
Seniors 55+: $3
Children under 6: Free
Groups 10+: $25
School Groups: Free
Military w/ID: Free While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.