Prairie Song Pioneer Village Museum

Prairie Song Pioneer Village Museum
402621 W 1600 Rd
Phone: 918-534-2662
Phone: 918-914-1245
Fax: 918-534-3435

Step back in time at Prairie Song Pioneer Village Museum and experience life in a frontier prairie town. The Old West comes to life in more than 25 hand-hewn log buildings furnished with period antiques, all built on a century-old working ranch. Built and operated by the Tates, descendants of pioneer Oklahomans, the ranch is home to Texas Longhorn cattle that visitors can observe grazing on the bluestem prairie. Bring the whole family for a tour of the town and catch a glimpse of life on the frontier as you explore Scudder Schoolhouse, a saloon, train depot, chapel, saddle shop, trading post and other Old West establishments. Don't miss the original homestead cabin, complete with elaborate stained glass windows and woodwork.

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Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking
Open daily; call to schedule a tour.
Adults: $8
Students: $6
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.
Located 5.5 miles east of Dewey on Durham St.
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