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It is full of so much history. The Sod House is turning 124 yrs old in September. Renea, the Curator, was so interesting to listen to. She definitely knows her history and you can tell she loves what she does! Mr. Marshall McCully was the...More
This is a wonderful Museum and well preserved uniquely Oklahoma historic site. I wish there could be a better display of the farm implements but I'm happy the place is still open, what a treasure for our state.
I big shout out to today's curator...More
The Sod House Museum is a must see for anyone interested in history and especially the history of Oklahoma. Located somewhat out in the middle of no-where...this museum is one no Oklahoman should miss. It is amazing that this jewel has survived to this day....More
We wanted to visit this attraction to view the old sod house and compare it to the ones we have already visited. Unfortunately, we didn't check the times that it was open. The sod house was two rooms and built in the sprint of 1894....More
This was a neat attraction to stop at and see how big (or not big) sod houses really were and to get an idea of what life was like back then. We were with a group so the lady at the museum gave us a...More
I brought my wife and granddaughter to this museum to see a lecture presented by a retired OU professor on the history of outhouses. Very interesting lecture. Even more than that is this great little museum that houses the last standing original sod house in...More
Great little museum that is a must see if you are in their area.Museum is built around preserved original sod house and cellar.Great displays of everyday living items from the era, well presented with labeled explanation.Items presented include story of home and family,home set up...More