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No Man's Land Historical Society

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Best little museum in the tri-state area!!!

I have visited this museum many times in the past 60 yrs. It has a wide variety of historical... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2017
Gayle065
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Blairsville, Georgia
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The Oklahoma Panhandle ... don't be frightened!

the museum in goodwell is a unique place full of historical items, kind of a hodge podgecollection... read more

Reviewed 1 August 2017
Sara R
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Guymon, Oklahoma
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207 Sewell St, Goodwell, OK 73939
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Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

I have visited this museum many times in the past 60 yrs. It has a wide variety of historical items. Not so well organized, but quite interesting and educational none the less. Due to lack of space, there is a huge storage of items not...More

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Reviewed 1 August 2017

the museum in goodwell is a unique place full of historical items, kind of a hodge podgecollection of the panhandle's rich and eclectic heritage and history. if you drive through the panhandle, you must stop at this museum and visit with sue, the curator, and...More

Thank Sara R
Reviewed 22 March 2017

This exensive museum isn't flashy but is chock full of memorabilia from the OK panhandle region. The most important is the dust bowl exhibit with a then and now perspective. The most impressive are the huge collection of arrowheads and the fossils. Odd things were...More

Thank snail262
Reviewed 17 August 2015

If you are traveling Highway 54, No Man's Land Historical Museum is well worth a stop. It a nice space filled with a wide variety of collections. There is something for everyone. And, it is free and quite friendly.

Thank SeeCMO
Reviewed 30 June 2015 via mobile

I took my girls, they loved looking at sll the local exhibits. The two headed calf was a bonus for them. They have pictures from the dust bowl era amongst other exhibits.

Thank Maria S
Reviewed 20 August 2014

This museum houses a large collection of antiques, fossils, Indian arrowheads, and a lot of other items. There are 8 rooms total in this museum. There is not much organization in some of the rooms, as the collection is just spread out in areas. Admission...More

Thank AF_Hiker
Reviewed 13 May 2014

This great little museum preserves the history of this area with various exhibits, art displays, and many historical items on display. Sign in and visit at your own pace. There is a two-headed stuffed Hereford calf, a mummified child, and many historical items with their...More

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