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Oklahoma: The Washington Irving Trail Museum
Posted on Thursday, June 09 @ 19:54:38 CDT by iljiana

Museums 3918 South Mehan Road
Ripley, OK 74062


You will be pleasantly surprised when you discover one of Oklahoma's best-kept secrets -- an off-the-beaten-path museum filled with exhibits about Oklahoma's fascinating past. You'll learn about early-day explorers, lawmen and outlaws, a Civil War battle, and the beginnings of country music. The Gerald Johnson wing includes an extensive collection of early Southwest Indian artifacts.

Annual Civil War Winter Encampment
Reenactment of the Battle of Round Mountains Don't miss the annual Civil War winter encampment, February 19, 20, and 21, 1999, at the Washington Irving Trail Museum. Sponsored by the Museum and the 22nd Arkansas of the CSA, the encampment features camp life, drills, and a reenactment of the Battle of Round Mountains, the first battle of the Civil War in Indian Territory.

Admission is free.

-->Open 10 to 5 Wednesday through Saturday and 1 to 5 on Sunday

Location: 6 miles east of Stillwater, Oklahoma, on Highway 51 and 3 miles south on the Mehan Road

Admission is free.

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