Visit the old blacksmith house at 210 W Main Street in Pawhuska, Oklahoma to see one of the first homes built in this Oklahoma town! Constructed in 1871, the house features sandstone walls that measure 18" thick and is now home to the Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce. Don't forget to snap a few photos of the blacksmith memorial located outside.
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge near Lawton, Oklahoma. Bison. Photo by katsrcool (Kool Cats Photography) via Flickr.
The Black Kettle National Grassland, located in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma and Hemphill County, Texas, is characterized by sandy & red slate hills, grassland & oak brush.
Take a step back in time at the Osage County Historical Society Museum in Pawhuska and delve into the lives and memories of Oklahoma’s pioneer settlers. Examine Old West items like branding irons and a real chuck wagon, and browse through fascinating exhibits that include antique quilts, clothing, furniture and dozens of photographs.
Road Trip: Osage County, Oklahoma | Over 100 miles of beautiful country, cowboy culture, and Plans heritage.
"For Kids" section of the Oklahoma Historical Society, touching on culture, science, and the arts