Fred Drummond House

305 N Price
Hominy, OK 74035
918-885-2374

Visit the historic Fred Drummond Home in Hominy, Oklahoma, built by Frederick Drummond who, at the age of 20, moved to the United States from Scotland in 1884 with a dream of building his fortune in ranching. Explore the history of his failed cattle venture and how he came to build his three-story home in 1905 as a reflection of eventual financial success in trading. The home features unique amenities such as an air pressured water system from a cistern and gas generated lighting. This gorgeous structure will delight all ages and is the perfect getaway for the family and historians alike.
The house was deeded to the Oklahoma Historical Society in 1980 and was placed on National Register of Historic Places in 1981.
Please call to make plans to tour the home as staffing is limited.
Hours are Wednesday through Saturday, 9am to 5pm and Sunday 1 to 5pm.
If you are visiting the first weekend of the month, make plans to see the MKT Depot which features railroad memorbilia from the railroad which ran through what is now known as the Katy Trail.

Admission
Adults $7
Seniors (age 62+) $5
Students
(6–18)
$4
Children
(5 and under)
Free
Family
(up to 6 people)
$18
Veterans and Active Military (with ID) Free
Group Rate (10+) $5/person
OHS Members   Free