The Farm and Ranch Museum

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Celebrate Western Oklahoma’s Agricultural Heritage

The Farm and Ranch Museum is sponsored by the Western Oklahoma Historical Society. The museum features a vast collection of tools that were used in early farm and ranch life. A Blacksmith shop and windmill collection are among the exhibits depicting pioneer farmers and ranchers and their contributions to this nation.

Farm and Ranch Museum Highlights include:

  • Windmill Collection
  • Early Farming Tools
  • Antique Tractors

The Elk City Transportation Museum

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Cruise Down Memory Lane

Enjoy an interactive look at the history of transportation. Kids and adults will love taking in the short film on transportation history shown in the Rex Theatre. Enjoy a trip to the Drive-In Theatre and take a seat in the back of a 1959 Red Impala to watch clips from old movie greats such as The Blob – complete with drive-in speakers attached! It’s a history lesson filled with INTERACTIVE, HANDS-ON ACTIVITIES!

National Transportation Museum Highlights include:

  • Drive-In Theatre
  • 1959 Red Impala
  • 1955 Pink Cadillac

Elk City Old Town Museum

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Experience the Oklahoma Pioneer Life

Early Oklahoma pioneer life is depicted as visitors wander through this grand two-story Victorian house. Visitors will find the lower level of the house filled with early pioneer life, Stars & Stripes Room, Native American Gallery, and Elk City’s own Susan Powell Miss America 1981 displays among the many sites to see. The upper level is devoted to the early cowboy and rodeo way of life. Numerous items are on display that have been donated by the world famous Beutler Brothers Rodeo Stock Producers. The Beutler Ranch is just north of Elk City and they have been producing award winning rodeo stock since 1929.

Old Town Museum Highlights Include:

  • Pioneer Chapel
  • Pioneer Doctor’s Office
  • Cowtown Watering Hole
  • Rock Bluff School

Elk City Blacksmith Museum

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“By the hammer and hand all arts do stand”

Visitors to the Blacksmith Museum can view how blacksmiths created objects from iron or steel by forging the metal by using tools to hammer, bend, and cut. Blacksmiths produce things like wrought iron gates, grills, railings, light fixtures, furniture, sculptures, tools, agricultural implements, decorative and religious items, cooking utensils, horseshoes, and weapons.

Blacksmith Museum Highlights include:

  • Antique blacksmith tools
  • Wide variety of antique products
  • Early welding equipment