Oklahoma Territorial Museum & Carnegie Library
The Oklahoma Territorial Museum and Carnegie Library tells the fascinating story of the determined people who laid the foundation for the future state of Oklahoma through artifacts, photographs and paintings. Exhibits within the museum cover the time period from 1889 to 1913 including the first land run in the territory, the events leading up to April 22, 1889, territorial lifestyles including that of the homesteader and urban dweller and a major exhibit chronicling the events and issues leading up to Oklahoma's statehood. The Oklahoma Territorial Museum features artifacts and documents of the 1889 Land Run and settlement of Guthrie, the first capital of Oklahoma. Living history performances and hands-on educational programs are available by appointment.
A wealth of genealogy information can be found at the Oklahoma Territorial Museum and Carnegie Library. Some of the records on file include a database of marriage records from 1890-1906, as well as a record of all burials in Logan County. Visitors can also search a collection of early Oklahoma files or local history on microfilm. Schedule an appointment to meet with a trained librarian who can assist you with your search, and find out more about your ancestral roots today.
Seniors 55+: $3
Children 6-18: $1
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.