Sleep Inn & Suites
414 Heather Road
Guthrie, OK 73044-0908
Phone: (405) 260-1400
Fax: (405) 260-0703
Arts & Museums
You will find artifacts and documents of the 1889 Land Run and the settlement of Guthrie at this museum including an exhibit on the William Black family, an African American family who made their claim near Guthrie.
This 1903 printing and publishing business from Guthrie's territorial days features printing and bookbinding equipment from 1889 to 1916.
Unique museum exhibiting rare and significant banjos, historic banjo recordings, and sheet music. The museum also features a gift shop carrying old and new banjo recordings and a performing hall.
Oklahoma has a long tradition of producing great athletes and cheering winning teams. Those men and women who represented Oklahoma on a state, national, or international stage are immortalized in this interactive museum. The most popular exhibits feature professional football and baseball stars, as well as successful state college programs and distinctively Southwestern sports like rodeo. Others are dedicated to Olympians. Even the Harlem Globe Trotters have a tie to Oklahoma. Be sure to visit the gift shop for a souvenir of your trip.
Located in a 1936 armory that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this museum contains numerous permanent exhibits depicting the history of Edmond plus features monthly traveling exhibits.
The American West in all its glory and grandeur is captured in this 220,000 sq. ft. museum. There are hundreds of sculptures and thousands of paintings, photographs and artifacts from the Old West. The newest addition is the Joe Grandee wing, which features more than 5,000 artifacts from this artist's personal collection. There is a life-size reproduction of a frontier town, a rodeo gallery, a cowboy gallery and a frontier soldier gallery. You will also see the largest collection of contemporary western artists, as well as the famous paintings of Frederick Remington.
One of Oklahoma's best kept secrets, this off-the-beaten-path museum contains numerous exhibits about Oklahoma's history including an extensive collection of early Southwest Indian artifacts and exhibits on the beginnings of country music. An antique shop is also on site.
Award-winning exhibits of local history are preserved, documented, and displayed at this museum including important historical events, household articles, work tools, toys, and clothing.