Har-Ber Village Museum
Visit a unique and scenic pioneer-era village at Har-Ber Village Museum in Grove. Located on the shores of Grand Lake O’ The Cherokees, this immersive historical area features cabins, exhibits, antique collections, a gift shop, nature trail, café and visitor center. Enjoy self-guided tours to experience the area’s rich history and ecology. View antiques, collectibles and reproductions in exhibitions representing the mid-1800s to the early 1900s in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas.
Har-Ber Village’s historic buildings include a schoolhouse, jail and over 30 log cabins and log structures. 19th century-style log structures house a courthouse, bank, and a stagecoach inn. Other replicated buildings include a chapel, mercantile, jail, doctor and dentist offices, print shop, post office, drug store and more.
More than 25 hands-on activity stations keep kids entertained, including a kid’s cabin, nursery, school, jail, saloon, milking cow, water pump, and more. Har-Ber Village also offers historic craft and trade demonstrations like blacksmithing, spinning and weaving, and hearth cooking.
Take advantage of the on-site picnic pavilion for lunch or snack breaks, walk on the 1.9 mile nature trail (dawn to dusk daily), or shop for unique gifts at the Country Store. A new feature is the Har-Ber Village Mining Company. Pan for minerals, gemstones, fossils, and arrowheads. Purchase the mining rough at the gift shop during regular museum hours. The museum café also serves breakfast and lunch. Annual special events at Har-Ber Village Museum include Pioneer Day and Cherokee Heritage Day.
Above hours valid from the third Saturday in March to first Saturday in November.
The Museum Village is open until 4:30pm during open season. The Nature Trail is open dawn to dusk daily, free of charge.
Age 63+: $7.50
Children 6-13: $5
Children under 6: FREE While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.