Infantry Division Museum
WHAT: This famous museum depicts the military history
of Oklahoma from its early beginnings to the present.
It includes a fascinating display of memorabilia collected
from Hitler's apartment when captured by the 45th Infantry
Division. A collection of over 200 original "Willie and Joe" cartoons
are displayed in the Bill Mauldin Room. The museum contains
displays of WWII and Korean Era artillery, original uniforms,
firearms, dioramas and an outdoor military park with over
40 military vehicles, aircraft and artillery.
WHERE: 2145 NE 36th, Oklahoma City
WHEN: Tue. - Fri. 9:00 am - 4:15 pm; Sat. 10:00 am - 5:00
pm; Sun. 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm.
Caverns State Park
WHAT: Cave tours
WHERE: Woodward, OK
WHEN: May 1 thru September 30, 8am - 5pm October 1 thru April
30, 8am - 4pm.
CONTACT: (580) 621-3381
WHAT: displays period clothing, furniture, books, photographs,
bank fixtures, art, medical and dental equipment, and Indian
CONTACT: Phone: 580-588-3392
WHAT: View and feed hundreds of exotic animals along an eight-mile
scenic drive. Oklahoma's leading tourist attraction, the
park also includes a walk-through zoo, bird aviaries, playground,
paddle boats, rides, and arcade.
WHERE: Off I-35, Exit 51, near Ardmore
HOURS: See website.
COST: Fee charged.
CONTACT: (580) 369-3383
MORE PHOTOS: http://www.oklahomahomeschool.com/FTCArbuckle.html
Museum of Discovery
WHAT: Dr. Lovingston's mysterious study, Electricity and Magnetism Lab, Light
and Color, Telecommunications, Structures, Robotics, Engineer-It Lab, Health
Hall, Imagination Station, Arkansas Indians, Worlds of Forest, Bug Zoo, and
WHERE: 500 President Clinton Ave. Suite 150, Little Rock, AR. 72201
CONTACT: Phone: (501) 396-7050, Toll Free: (800) 880-6475, Fax: (501) 396-7054,
HOURS: Monday - Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.
COSTS: General Museum Fees. Adults and Teens $5.95, Seniors (65+) $5.00,
Children (ages 3 - 12) $5.50, Children under 3 Free
GROUP RATES. School Groups (exhibit viewing only) $4.00. Advanced reservations
needed. Minimum group size of 20 is required.
Riverway Historical Society
WHAT: The history of the Arkansas River and McClellan-Kerr
Arkansas River Navigation System, regional benefits of the
waterway, steamboat lore, cargo shipped on the waterway,
and archeology. Of note is the photographic archive, waterway
memorabilia, the collection of Native American artifacts
collected along the Arkansas, and a motorized model of a
Lock and Dam.
WHEN: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m
WHERE: 5350 Cimarron Road, (Museum is in in the Port Authority
COST: None, donation accepted
CONTACT: (918) 266-2291
Club of Tulsa
The Astronomy club of Tulsa schedules home school field trips
to their observatory located SW of Mounds (about a 45 minute
drive from downtown Tulsa). It is open to the public only
by appointment. They have a classroom that holds up to 50
people and a 16 inch telescope in the dome which can be viewed
by 15-20 people. Groups larger than 20 will need to provide
adult supervision for those who are waiting their turn to
go upstairs. You should have one adult for each ten children.
Persons using the 16 inch scope must be capable of climbing
a ten foot step ladder for each object viewed. You should
plan on 1 minute for each person to view each object. For
example, if you have 30 people, who want to view the moon,
Jupiter, and Saturn, it would take at least 90 minutes for
everyone to get a look. The moon is by far the most popular
object for first time star gazers, therefore I usually suggest
that visitors arrive about 30 minutes before sunset, on nights
when the moon is visible between sunset and 10 PM. For those
who arrive before the sun get too dim, we have a small telescope
with a special solar filter for viewing sunspots. Contact:
Gerry Andries, Astronomy Club of Tulsa, Observatory Manager.
Club voice mail is number (688-MARS).
WHEN: Call to make reservations
WHERE: Bartlesville, Call for directions.
CONTACT: Robert Blades at 336-6405, Johnny Boyle at 333-6932,
Gordon Patton at 333-9486, Greg Nash at 335-1116.
Area History Museum
WHAT: Experience the growth and development of Bartlesville
and the surrounding areas through historical photographs,
documents, and artifacts.
WHEN: Tuesday - Saturday: 10 am - 4 pm, Closed Sunday, Monday,
WHERE: 401 S. Johnstone Ave., Bartlesville
CONTACT: 918-338-4290 or firstname.lastname@example.org
of Honey Springs Site
WHAT: To memorialize Civil War Battle of Honey Springs, won
by the Union on July 17, 1863. Development in progress. Monuments
erected with visitors center, trails, educational program
and special battlefield tours planned.
WHERE: 1863 Honey Springs Battlefield Road, Checotah, OK.
Take the Checotha/Rentiesvill exit off US HWY 69 (approx
2 1/4 miles north of I40); then take Business 69 north aprox
1 1/14 miles to Rentiesville Road; Go east 2 miles to edge
of battlefield and follow signs to the monuments and visitors
Bend Wildlife Museum
WHAT: Learn through lifelike exhibits a little more of the
great outdoors and gain a better understanding of the Great
WHEN: 10:00 - 5:00 Monday - Thursday, 10:00 - 7:00 Friday,
10:00 - 5:00 Saturday, CLOSED SUNDAY
WHERE: Located 7 miles North of Broken Bow, Oklahoma on Highway
259 at entrance to Beavers Bend Resort Park
COST: Admission charged
CONTACT: 580.494.6193 or Email: email@example.com
WHEN: Open on weekends from May through September. Best time
to visit is between mid-June to mid-July.
WHERE: Shidler, OK (north of Ponca City). See website for
COST: Admission charged.
CONTACT: (918) 793-4011, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT: Focuses on the Cheyenne people and the attack of George
Armstrong Custer on Cheyenne Chief Black Kettle's village
November 27, 1868
WHEN: Mon-Fri 10-11:45 & 1-4, Saturdays & Sundays
WHERE: At the intersection of Highways 283 and 47, Cheyenne
Kettle National Grasslands
WHAT: Camping, picnicking, fishing, hiking,and wildlife viewing
WHEN: Open year round
CONTACT: (580) 497-2143
Mesa Preserve & Robber's
WHAT: Rock climbing, fossil footprints of dinosaurs, hiking,
petrified forest trail, fishing, camping. A native granite
monument marks the highest point in Oklahoma - 4,973 feet
above sea level. Black Mesa is a birder's paradise any time
of the year. golden eagles, scaled quail, black-billed magpies
and pinyon jays are just a few of the birds that may be observed.
black bear, bobcat, mountain lion, mule deer and antelope
are some of the mammals that may be seen in the mesa region.
WHEN: Preserve is open dawn to dusk. Allow at least four
hours to walk from the parking area to the top of the mesa
WHERE: 28 miles NW of Boise City on Hwy 325, Kenton
CONTACT: (580) 426-2222, Email: email@example.com.
Bell Ice Cream
WHAT: Enjoy a delicious sample of Blue Bell ice creamafter
each tour in the Parlor.
Mon-Fri, 9-2. Tours by appointment.
WHERE: 8201 E. Hwy 51, Broken Arrow, OK
COST: Fee charged.
CONTACT: 258-5100 (800-365-0325) x 450.
WHEN: Monday through Saturday 9-6; Sunday12-6
WHERE: In OK City. Call for directions.
COST: Adults $4, Student ages 13-18 $3, Ages 4-12 $2
CONTACT: Sandy at 405-297-3995. There are guided tours but
you must call in advance by two weeks and have at least ten
in your group.
Enjoy the Braum's story through beautiful color photos that
magically take you on a journey through the heart of the
Braum operation. Read the Braum's story, from cow to cone.
See life at Braum's as captured through the camera lens.
At Braum's, our cows may be black and white - but our story's
WHAT: Once a busy warehouse area, Bricktown is Oklahoma City's
newest entertainment district. With a dozen restaurants,
shopping and generous helping of turn-of-the-century
charm, Bricktown offers visitors a variety of activities
including a pedestrian canal, water taxis and more.
WHERE: one block east of the Myriad Convention Center, downtown.
Arrow Historical Museum
WHAT: Founded in 1975. Serves as a history museum houses
a collection of historic objects from early Broken Arrow
and the surrounding area.
WHERE: 1800 S. Main
WHAT: History and culture of the Cherokee
National Museum, Tsa
La Gi Ancient Village Living Museum, and Trail
of Tears drama. Groups can arrange a guided tour that
will accommodate all grade levels. Events can include storytelling,
arrowhead hunts, museum exibits, village tours, and much
WHEN: See website.
WHERE: 3 miles South of Tahlequah
COST: Fees charged.
CONTACT: 918-456-6007 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MORE PHOTOS: http://www.oklahomahomeschool.com/FTCcherokeeHC.html and http://www.oklahomahomeschool.com/FTCtsalagi.html
Strip Museum http://www.okhistory.org/mus-sites/masnum04.htm#Cherokee%20Strip
WHEN: Tues through Friday, 9 AM TO 5 PM. Saturday 10 AM TO
WHERE: 2617 West Fir in Perry
AGES: 4th graders in small groups or a large group that can
tour in shifts.
COST: $3 per student, $5 for optional group picture. Adults
attending are free.
CONTACT: Peggy Haxzon at 580-336-2405
This is a school house that you can participate in as a group
by booking as soon as possible or you can just observe the
class and tour.
Santa Fe Railroad Depot Museum
WHAT: Restored depot.
WHERE: Located in the City Park, Cheyenne
Council House Museum
WHAT: One of the largest collections of Chickasaw art, artifacts
and archive materials. The Chickasaw capitol is next door.
WHEN: Tue-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat-Sun 2-5pm
WHERE: 200 North Fisher Avenue at Ninth Street, Tishomingo
CONTACT: 580-371-3351, E-mail: email@example.com
Cultural Center Museum
WHEN: Appt only.
WHERE: Ada, OK
CONTACT: Phone 580-436-2603
Trail Heritage Center
WHAT: Home of the Chisholm Trail Experience Theater, the largest monument in America dedicated to
the Chisholm Trail and the longest Chisholm Train Walkway
in the world. Educational programming - visual art, music
and Oklahoma history.
WHEN: Monday through Saturday 10-5; Sunday 1-5
WHERE: 1000 N 29th ST, Duncan, OK
COST: Admission fee.
CONTACT: Leah Mulkey, Education Coordinator, at 580-252-6692 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT: Historic and cultural exhibits which include information
and displays on the Choctaw Light Horsemen and the original
Choctaw Code Talkers from World War I and World War II.
WHERE: SE of McAlester in Tuskahoma, OK
National Historical Museum
WHEN: By Appointment
WHERE: PO Box 165, Swink, OK 74761
WHAT: artifacts from Oklahoma’s first permanent
WHEN: June 1 through July 31 Tuesday-Saturday, 9:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. closed Monday.
September 1 through May 31 Tuesday - Saturday, 9:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. closed Sunday and Monday
WHERE: P.O. Box 1330, Salina, Oklahoma
Valley Railroad Museum
WHAT: City Arts Center is an arts education facility with
spaces that change exhibits every 4-6 weeks. Unique handcrafted
gifts are available in the Gallery Shop. City Arts is also
the home of the Oklahoma
WHERE: 3000 Pershing Blvd, (Fairgrounds), OKC
WHEN: Summer- Monday through Saturday 9-6, Sunday 1-6. Winter
hours - Monday through Saturday 9-5. Sunday 1-5
WHERE: 1415 NE 63rd ST, OK CITY, OK (Across from Cowboy Museum)
COST : Call for individual and group rates.
CONTACT:405-478-1529 or 1-800-334-5576
Self-guided tours will not need to call in advance; however,
you will need to call in advance for guided tours.
WHAT: Battle of Middle Boggy, pre-historic bones, Choctaw
Trail of Tears, Butterfield Stage Line, Reba McEntire
WHEN: Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (closed on national
WHERE: located at the north edge of Atoka on US-69
CONTACT: (580) 889-7192 or Email: email@example.com
WHAT: Chickasaw artifacts. Visit the Capitol located next
door and the original Council House (1855 log house) is located
inside the Museum for preservation.
WHERE: 209 North Fisher, Tishomingo, OK
CONTACT: (580) 371-3351
Museum of Creation Truth
fossils, replicas, and artifacts that tell the story of
creation. Learn about dinosaurs, the age of the earth,
giants, Noah’s ark,
ancient weapons and tools, and the technology of ancient
WHEN: Hours: Saturday, 10-4; Monday- Friday
Address: 3290 State Rd.
22, Bokchito. From Durant go 14 miles east on Hwy. 70 to
Bokchito. Go six miles south of Bokchito Bank on State Rd.
COST: Free admission.
Phone: (580) 924-0803. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Council House Museum
WHAT: Chronicles the sociocultural history of the Muscogee
(Creek) people before and after their forced removal from
their tribal homes in Georgia and Alabama.
WHEN: Year-round Tues-Sat 10am-4:30pm
WHERE: 106 West 6th Street, Okmulgee, OK
WHAT: Features the ancient art of casting monumental bronze
sculpture. View sculptures and paintings on exhibit in the
Crucible's gallery. Visit the sculpture garden, a showcase
for The Crucible's specialty of producing monumental art
for the outdoors. Watch sculptures come alive with motion,
rotating and waving in the Oklahoma wind. Bronze fountains
splash and gurgle to complete the symphony of sight and sound.
WHEN: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Saturday
WHERE: 110 East Tonhawa, Norman
CONTACT: (405) 579-2700, E-mail: email@example.com