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If it's farm life & you want to know just where barb wire comes from or how to plant & pick Cotten or just to get up close to a working tractor this is your stop for sure
It's just family fun
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This museum has been put together exceptionally well. It was lovely to move from house to house experiencing what life was like back in the day on Route 66 for travellers and the people who lived in Elk City.. So much to see here, we...More
This is part of a complex with a single entry fee when we visited. It covered the route 66 museum which has some memorabilia as well as a chance to see some old motorbikes and enjoy the feeling of driving an old car over the...More
Besides the largest old windmill I've ever seen, the artifacts are quite impressive! A lot to take in- some very unique. The old working areas of Blacksmith, welding, and more are a look back to the harder days of working by hand with less modern...More
There is SO very much to see in this one location...dont' miss it. The entrance price includes all the museums on this site. Plan to spend a couple of hours here and immerse yourself in a look back in time.
a working blacksmith shop, farming implements, windmills, place for your kids to run around, National Route 66 Museum and more. Don't miss this stop on old 66 in Elk City...and your are next to Ackley Park....