Osage County Historical Society Museum
Housed in an old Santa Fe depot, the Osage County Historical Society Museum in Pawhuska takes visitors back in time to the state's early days. Learn about Osage County's landmark contributions to Oklahoma from pre-statehood to present day. Museum exhibits feature Western and pioneer life, early day oil industry, Native American heritage and Boy Scout displays.
Discover how Pawhuska was home to the first organized, uniformed Boy Scouts troop in America. Head to the oil display to read about famous oilmen and boom towns in Osage County, or view branding irons, saddles and a real ranch chuck wagon in the western life area. Step inside a restored one room country schoolhouse to imagine what it was like to be a student in early Oklahoma. From WWII displays to early train transportation, there's a topic for everyone to enjoy at Osage County Historical Society Museum.