Prairie Song

402621 West 1600 Road
5 1/2 miles E of Dewey on Durham Rd
Dewey, OK 74029
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At Prairie Song, the past is remembered, and vividly alive. Their mission is "to preserve and honor the heritage of Pioneers who crossed the plains to settle in Indian Territory and to acknowledge the Cowboy and Indian cultures of Oklahoma".  This re-created 1800's pioneer village museum features the Two Story Saloon, Scudder Schoolhouse, Wildwood Chapel, Cowboy Line Shack, Homestead Cabin, Post Office, Trading Post, School Marm's House, Rock Jail House, Covered Bridge, Rock Depot and much more.

Each structure was built with hand-hewn Arkansas "Bull Pine" and Missouri red and white oak. Prairie Song has been restocked with Texas Longhorns, the original breed of cattle driven up the trail. Visitors can enjoy a glimpse of life from days gone by as they watch the longhorn cattle graze on the bluestem prairie that has never been touched by the steel plow. This lifelike replica of a pioneer village stands in the midst of an authentic working ranch from the 1800's and shows life, work and play as it was in those days.

They offer tours, encourage school field trips, and offer a venue for events and weddings along with a full catering menu.Prairie Song is full of beauty and history and offers an educational and fun family experience.



Mon, Wed, Fri:  10am - 2pm (weather permitting)

Closed: Christmas day and Jan, Feb & Mar

$6 adults; $4 students; children under 6 free

Group functions available by reservation