Children’s Learning Center Our Children’s Learning Center Completed in 2008 is a true favorite for families in the Edmond area… Pay us a visit today and find out why children love to learn by playing in this miniature pioneer town just inside our main gallery. Hands-on-Play Areas Include:General StoreTrain Station Sheriff’s OfficeOld Time Citizens
Schoolhouse Information The Schoolhouse is open to the public the first two Saturdays of each month from 1:00-4:00 pm and by appointment. Representatives from the Edmond Historic Preservation Trust, owners of the schoolhouse, provide tours to the general public on these days. Tours can be scheduled by calling 715-1889. Located at its original
Making History Crafts: Spring Break Making History Crafts Spring Break 2016 Join us for free craft activities, story time and more on March 15th through the 18th from 10 AM to 2 PM. Can’t wait to see you there!
Schoolhouse History The Ladies Aid Society, a Photograph Courtesy of the UCO Archives & Special Collections 1889 Schoolhouse History On a summer day in 1889, Jennie Forster marched into Brown’s Lumber Company and ordered enough lumber, on credit, to build a school house for the new village of Edmond, Oklahoma Territory. The Ladies
Priority Academic Student Skills In addition to providing unique history lessons, in close proximity to local schools, the Edmond Historical Society & Museum has built its educational programming with an eye for excellence. Our Oklahoma Certified Teacher and our special curriculum give the scholars a unique experience of a lifetime. While they practice their penmanship
1889 Summer Camps – a favorite of Edmond’s little historians – Held in the Historic One-Room Territorial Schoolhouse in Edmond Registration for 2015 Summer Camps is now open! Session I: June 2-4, 2015: This camp is full! Session II: June 9-11, 2015: This camp is full! Session III: June 16-18, 2015: This camp is
Schoolhouse Field Trips 1889 Territorial Schoolhouse Field Trips The schoolhouse is a popular field trip destination for children in 3rd and 4th grade as well as home school groups. This field trip is a great opportunity for all students age mature six year old and up. Our resident Schoolmarm leads student’s in a