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!
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
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