Dewey, Oklahoma

Tom Mix Museum

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Tom Mix Museum The Tom Mix Museum houses a large collection of this silent movie King of the Cowboys personal and movie items. Return to the days when the good guys wore white hats and sample something of the magnitude of Tom Mix, the Myth and the Man.

Museum exhibits include a replica of Tony "The Wonder Horse," and Tom's collection of saddles, boots, guns and clothing. Be sure to plan time to visit the museum's theater and watch one of Tom's movie adventures. Tom Mix movies are shown continuously in the museum's 30 seat theatre until 3:30 p.m. each day.

Admission: Donations appreciated.
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10-4:30, Sunday 1-4:30
Address: 721 N Delaware
Phone: 918-534-1555

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