Oologah Historical Museum

201 Cooweescoowee Ave W
Oologah, OK 74053
918-443-2790
oologahhistorical@atlasok.com
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The Oologah Historic Museum is dedicated to sharing the history of the Oologah area from the turn of the century to the present. The museum building is the restored Mart Reed's General Store, which was built in the 1890s. The museum officially opened in 1988, and has been collecting, preserving, and showcasing artifacts ever since. Oologah historic museum features Victorian era furnishings, rare photographs from pioneer times, historical stories on Will Rogers, pioneer classrooms, and military history, as well as historic paintings and fixtures. The museum showcases limited edition miniatures of the famous “The Cherokee Kid”. The gift shop sells postcards, books, and other historic nostalgia. This educational museum offers its visitors memorability, the truth of the county’s history, and even snowcones in the summer.