Cheyenne was settled by the third land run in Oklahoma Territory on April 19, 1892. This museum is one of 7 in the City Park complex and contains unique collections and displays depicting the land run and settlement of the area. Antique cars, trucks,
and farm machinery are also displayed.
Hours of operation are 10am to 4pm, Tue through Sat, Mar 1 to Nov 1. Arrangements may be made for after hours visits by calling 580-497-3882. Museum and restrooms are handicapped accessible. No admission charged, donation box available.
For information call (580) 497-3882 or write P.O. Box 34, Cheyenne Ok 73628. Plenty of room for
parking RV’s in the Cheyenne City Park. The following pictures are but a sample of the displays in the Pioneer Museum.
Some of the clothing worn by pioneers in this area are on display.
On display are many Indian artifacts and tools as well as fossils found in the area.
A sample of the barbed wire used by ranchers and farmers in this area.