Arbuckle Historical Museum in Davis in the Heart of Chickasaw Country
The Arbuckle Historical Museum in Davis, Oklahoma features the history of Davis in pictures and artifacts. You will find displays featuring schools, churches, music, medicine, dentistry, civic organizations, military uniform, the fire department, the police department, railroad memorabilia, farm implements, house wares, hand crafts, Indian culture, geological formations and numerous pictures of the area.
Remodeled in 1992, the museum now has a great display of tools lining the walls of the hallway leading to the "Territorial Room". This one-room dwelling represents the typical frontier home.
The museum library contains many general history books as well as Davis family histories. You may want to spend half a day reading or researching your family history. It is located on Highway 7 along the railroad tracks in Davis.
12 Main Santa Fe Depot
Hours of Operation
Tuesday - Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
Arbuckle Historical Museum of Sulphur
The Arbuckle Historical Museum of Sulphur, Oklahoma was built in 1917 and was used by the fire and police departments until 1999 when they moved into a new Sulphur City Complex. Over 125 genealogical/research books from the Murray County Court House periodicals, out of print books, school records from the early 1900's are housed here. You will learn the history of the mineral springs and Chickasaw National Recreation Area formerly known as Platt National Park. The museum is located at the following address.
402 West Muskogee Street
Hours of Operation:
Thursday to Saturday - 11am to 5pm
Sunday - 1pm to 4pm
The Goddard Youth Museum located in Sulphur brings the wonders of Southern Oklahoma to the fingertips of visitors. This "hands-on" museum brings visitors face to face with the natural world around them. The museum is open by reservation to any non-profit youth organization. Each group will be given a personal tour by one of the staff naturalists. The museum specializes in day tours and field trips. It is home to Oklahoma's own carnivorous dinosaur, the amazing "Acrocanthasaurus". This museum also houses a 6,000 square foot fossil-dig, oil and gas exhibit and a hands-on native cultures area. For information please call 580-993-3335.
The CAVEMAN MUSEUM is NOW OPEN!! It is located at 310 East Main Street next to Jones Jewelry. See the huge selection of antique motorcycles and other unique antiques. They also offer post cards and souvenirs. Hourse are 10-4 Tuesday through Saturday. Free Admission.
. Year-round, Davis Oklahoma and Murray County is the place to be!