From early settlements and trading post, Texoma has emerged as a major cultural, educational, recreational, industrial, and economic center. Take a peek into the journey of this transformation by visiting area museums, cultural centers, and villages. Texoma museums contain collections of memorabilia from Jazz to World War II and beyond. Must visit recommendations are the Railroad Museum, Eisenhower Birthplace, Perrin Field and The Sherman Museum.
In 1884 the building in which the Morton Museum is housed was a combination city hall, fire station and jail and contains a partial 187's log cabin. Exhibits cover topics such as the Civil War, baseball, outlaws, World War II and the county's sesquicentennial. A staff person is available, by appointment, to aid individuals in genealogy research.
The T.V. Munson Viticulture & Encology Center contains a large classroom, an extensive wine laboratory, and an instructional winery and museum with memorabilia from the man thought to have saved the French wine industry.
Museum of the Red River Idabel Oklahoma celebrates the world’s artistic heritage emphasizing the contributions made to this heritage by native Americans. Home of Oklahoma's Official State Dinosaur