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This is a small museum, free of charge. Donations are welcome. Friendly staff and a super fun children’s area with dress up props and various sections for them to play in (bank, jail, general store). I enjoyed their exhibits. Great place for families. Under construction...More
My son and I came here yesterday because he's doing a project on Oklahoma history. Its free to get in but donation are accepted. It's nice to read and learn all the different history and the people that made a difference in our state and...More
This is a fun activity for elementary and younger children. The place is divided up into rooms resembling different activities, like a general store, a post office, a bank, etc. it's not crowded, which is nice for young children. The people working are very nice....More
When it's a very hot day in Edmond it's a great place to go and bring children it has a Lego room. It also has children's play rooms where they can get dressed up. The park behind it is so much fun even on a...More
As a young kid my mother took me to the museum on different occasions. I loved attending with my class, but also just going alone with her. There is a park next door and a pizza place nearby so we'd make a date out of...More
When we walked in, we were greeted by a kind and informative gentleman who is down-to-earth and who brings Edmond's history to life. While we didn't get to enjoy the live history performance (those are scheduled events at schools and other times of the year),...More
Our family has visited this museum many times to learn some history about Edmond and for my child to play in the small town street built just for kids. I have also taken several other children here and they enjoyed the town just for kids...More
The Edmond Historical Museum is a great place to stop in and see the current historical displays, see some exhibits about the early days of Edmond, and ask the staff questions about the city. I've purchased a book at the store, and would like to...More
Lots of information in this museum, you could send an hour or hours just depending on if you want to read and learn about everything. They also have a small gift some with fun suviners. Worth checking out!