Wagoner City Historical Museum

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Wagoner City Historical Museum Wagoner's City Historical Museum is an alive and vital showcase for one of the finest historic fashion collections in Oklahoma, with artifacts of area history to give local residents and tourists alike a real appreciation for how things used to be.

The museum offers an excellent study in how textiles and fashions have changed through the last century and to as far back as Civil War days. Many of the fashions on display once were worn by area and state citizens.

To compliment the fashion collection the museum has many artifacts from Wagoner's past, including old advertising pieces, pictures that tell family stories and pictures that tell the story of life in this area.

Admission: Donations suggested
Hours: Open Tuesday-Saturday
Winter Hours, 10 am to 3 pm
Summer Hours, (June 1 - August 31) 9 am to 4 pm
Address: 122 S Main
Phone: 918-485-9111
Bus Tours Welcome

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