Artifacts visually tell the story of Edmond, from Land Run to the present. Permanent exhibits tell the story of how the railroad town began, and regularly-changing exhibits feature varying topics. The museum’s collection of 40,000+ artifacts and photographs highlight over a century of Edmond history.
Programs are offered for children, families, adults, and schools. These programs include Living History summer camps, programs for toddlers in our gallery, our historical tea, and free art activities during school breaks. Click on the categories for more information.
Our family programs include art-making programs, Living History summer camps, day camps during school breaks, story times for toddlers, and a variety of exhibition-related programming throughout the year. We hope you can join us for one of our family programs.
Themed events, decade-style parties, history trivia, butterfly gardening, speakers and skill-based programs related to exhibition are just a sample of some of the adult programs we offer. Hope to see you soon.
Looking for a field trip, lessons or traveling trunks about Edmond history? We have classroom and homeschool options that cover topics such as prairie life, the 1889 Territorial Schoolhouse and Native Americans. Learn more about our programs here.
Edmond Historical Society & Museum is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization reliant upon the generosity of the community to provide quality exhibits and programming.
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