OKLAHOMA TERRITORIAL MUSEUM
& THE CARNEGIE LIBRARY
OK FRONTIER DRUGSTORE MUSEUM
& THE APOTHECARY GARDEN
OKLAHOMA SPORTS MUSEUM
315 W. OKLAHOMA  /  405-260-1342
214 WEST OKLAHOMA AVENUE  /  405-282-1895
900 EAST OKLAHOMA AVENUE  /  405 282-1281
GUTHRIE SCOTTISH RITE
MASONIC CENTER
406 EAST OKLAHOMA AVENUE  /  405 2821889
COLLECTIONS & ARTIFACTS
FROM OKLAHOMA'S PAST
Guthrie is home to some of the most unusual
museums in the state. Collections range from
drugstore items you'll remember to memorabilia
from famous Oklahoma sports heroes. Each
unique collection is assembled in one of the
historic buildings Guthrie is known for.

Enjoy a small sampling of the treasures you'll
find in our Museums
OWENS ART PLACE MUSEUM
1202 EAST HARRISON  /  405 260-0204
The Oklahoma Frontier Drugstore Museum,
located in the beautiful Gaffney Building holds
collections reflecting the history of pharmacy
and medicine in the 19th and 20th centuries in
the Oklahoma and Indian Territories and in the
State of Oklahoma.  Artifacts and ephemera
exhibited in the museum were coincident
with the westward migration of pioneers,
shopkeepers, families and pharmacists
as well as a host of other health care providers
who populated the frontier regions of America.
To celebrate its Silver Anniversary, the OK
Pharmacy Heritage Foundation which operates
the museum, opened The Apothecary Garden
located on the Museum grounds. This garden,
was dedicated in the spring of 2006 and is a
fitting memorial to those pioneers who settled
here. With a focus on healing and medicinal
herbs and plants, it is a welcome addition to
the historic flavor of Downtown Guthrie.        
HOURS: Tuesday - Saturday
10am - 5pm

SUGGESTED DONATION:
$2.00
This museum houses an
exciting display of Oklahoma
sports memorabilia and profiles
of famous Oklahoma athletes
of yesterday and today. The
museum is the founding
organization of the Annual
Warren Spahn Award.

Recognized Athletes include:
Warren Spahn, Micky Mantle,
Shannon Miller and Fergerson
Jenkins and many others.

Celebrate Oklahoma Sports and
Athletes and enjoy this special
collection.
HOURS:  Tuesday - Saturday
10am - 4pm

DONATIONS WELCOME
Built during the 1920's by artisans from
around the world, this Greek style
building is example of classical  
architecture, stained glass art and
extraordinary interior design. It
features Oklahoma's Legislative Hall,
Circa: 1907.
TOUR HOURS:
Monday - Friday
10am and 2pm

ADMISSION: $5.00

SPECIAL GROUP
TOURS AVAILABLE
Vast halls, elegant meeting
rooms, an unequalled
library filled with fine art,
all embellished with
unparalleled decorative
detail.

Daily tours give a detailed
overview of the building and
its treasures.  
HOURS:
Tuesday - Saturday
10am - 5pm

Closed Sunday,
Mondays and State
Holidays

ADMISSION:
ADULTS - $4.00
SENIORS - $3.00
CHILDREN (6 -18) - $1.00
CHILDREN UNDER 6 - FREE
The history of Oklahoma
comes alive in the exhibits
at this museum. The
beautiful Carnegie Library
and antiquities from the
days of the Territory are
featured as treasured
examples of the early days
of this state and of the
pioneers who settled in
Territorial Oklahoma after
the Land Run.
An exciting showcase of fine art representing
numerous styles, mediums and schools of fine art.

Exhibits and shows are regularly held in the museum
to promote interest in fine art and to recognize specific
artists works.

In addition, special
events may be
arranged.

HOURS:
Tues - Wed - Thurs
10am - 4pm

Sunday - 1pm - 4pm
Logan County's Only FIne Art Museum
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212 West Oklahoma   /  Guthrie, OK 73044  /  405-282-1947  /  800-299-1889
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