Har-Ber Village Museum

4404 W. 20th Rd.
Grove, OK 74344- Map It
Phone: (918) 786-6446
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Har-Ber Village Museum, 3.5 mi. w. on Har-Ber Rd. to 4404 W. 20th Rd., is on the shores of Grand Lake O' the Cherokees. Created by Harvey and Bernice Jones, the founders of Jones Truck Lines, this reconstructed 19th-century pioneer village includes more than 100 exhibits featuring glassware, dolls, china, furniture and farm machinery. Other exhibits include primitives (Native American pottery or artifacts made before the advent of a spoken language). Included among the village buildings are a bank, a beauty shop, a courthouse, a dentist's office, a drug store, a one-room schoolhouse, a post office and log cabins. A visitor center contains displays. A nature trail, an heirloom garden and an herb garden also are on the grounds. Pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.). Food is available.
$10; $7.50 (ages 63+); $5 (ages 6-13); $30 (family, two adults and up to 10 children).
Hours: Thurs.-Mon. 9-4:30, mid-Mar. to early Nov.; last admission 1 hour before closing. Holiday hours are offered 3 weekends late Nov.-early Dec.; phone ahead to confirm schedule. Allow 3 hours minimum.