The Skiatook Museum has one of the best displays of historic pictures around. History is valuable. It tells us where we’ve been. It tells us who we are. It teaches us values and valuable lessons.
The Skiatook Museum has newspapers on microfilm dating back to 1908. Imagine taking time to read about the day the B-52 blew up over the town of Skiatook and how part of it crashed through roofs as every window in downtown was blown out. Imagine reading about WWI and WWII and how it was affecting Osage County. Imagine getting to read about the Pony Express, Bonnie and Clyde, and the trial of the century in Pawhuska.
Well, you don’t have to just imagine — take time to pay the Skiatook Museum a visit and go exploring! Located on the edge of the Osage just two blocks east of Osage St. in Skiatook and open from 9-12 on Fridays and Saturdays.
115 S Broadway St, Skiatook, OK 74070