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The chic accommodations at Aaron's Gate Country Getaway in Guthrie make it a popular destination for romantic getaways.
The quaint Victorian architecture of Guthrie is accented by beautiful Christmas lights each year during the Territorial Christmas Celebration.
Father Christmas makes an appearance at Guthrie's Territorial Christmas celebration.  The celebration includes costumed actors in Victorian attire, wassail evenings in downtown stores, historic home tours, live theater productions, performances at the Double Stop Fiddle Shop and much more amidst decorated storefronts and Christmas lights.
The Stone Lion Inn of Guthrie is a stunning Victorian-era home that has been turned into an inviting bed and breakfast.
The town of Guthrie features several blocks of wonderful Victorian architecture which has earned it the distinction of becoming the largest downtown historic district in the nation.
A parade of covered wagons makes its way along Oklahoma Avenue in Guthrie to celebrate Pioneer Day in April 1912.  The event, now known as 89ers Day, celebrates the heritage of the pioneers who made the land run into Guthrie on April 22, 1889.
Reconnect and rekindle romance in a secluded cottage at Aaron's Gate Country Getaway in Guthrie.
Witness the best bull riders in the world compete at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie.
The Atrium serves as the great gathering hall of the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple in Guthrie and was built in the style of the ancient Roman Empire.  This is one of the largest Masonic centers in the world and offers tours to the public.
The Guthrie Scottish Rite Temple's library is styled after the severe Gothic style of the 13th century.  The rich, beautiful oak cabinetry was crafted on-site.  The Guthrie temple is one of the world's largest Masonic centers and offers tours to the public.
The Egyptian Room of the Guthrie Scottish Rite Masonic Center features intricately designed and ornate decor reminiscent of ancient Egypt.  This is one of the world's largest Masonic centers and guests are welcome to take a tour of this majestic building.
The Victorian architecture of downtown Guthrie has landed it the title of the largest urban historic district on the National Register and a designation as a National Landmark Community.
Guthrie, a city of tents, 10 days after the April 22, 1889 opening. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
A scene of Guthrie at only 10 days old. Photo taken by William S. Prettyman of Arkansas City, Kan., now part of the Spencer Hilton Collection. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The town of Guthrie celebrates Pioneer Day April 1912 with a parade on Oklahoma Avenue. The photo, dubbed "Six Yore Oxen and a Prairie Schooner," is part of the Frederick S. Barde Collection. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
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