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Harmon County Historical Museum


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Harmon County Historical Museum Located in the Abernethy Building, the Harmon County Historical Museum features rotating displays depicting the life of pioneers and residents, dinosaur fossils, covered wagon and blacksmith shop. The works of local artists are also showcased.

The Black Eyed Pea Festival held annually the second Saturday in August, supports the Harmon County Historical Museum.


Admission: Admission is FREE
Hours: Open Tu-Sa, 9:30-noon, 1-4:30 pm
Address: 102 E Broadway
Phone: 580-688-9545
Our Email: harcomuseum@pldi.net
Our Website:www.rootsweb.com/~okhcgs/index.html

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Harmon County Historical Museum

Located in the Abernethy Building, the Harmon County Historical Museum features rotating displays depicting the life of pioneers and residents, dinosaur fossils, covered wagon and blacksmith shop. The works of local artists are also showcased.

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