Har-Ber Village Museum

★★★★★
  • 4404 W 20th St

    Grove, OK 74344

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  • 918-786-6446

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This place is a little gem that is a bit out of the ordinary and a little hard to find but once you do find it you'll spend the day having fun. It's a museum dedicated to antique clothing, guns, lamps, medical equipment, trains and everything in between. The museum itself is located near Grove, Oklahoma nestled between beautiful hills and Grand Lake. It's very quiet and peaceful and I don't think too busy so you'll be able to walk at your leisure and take it in without too many people in your way.

It's set up like an old frontier town with log cabins and so forth. You come in, park and then take the tour using a free map they provide. There is a minimal entry fee ($3.50 for adults, $2.50 for seniors 62+ and free for children under 14); they also take donations apparently.

The buildings are numbered and there's a yellow arrow marker on the paved roads leading you on the tour. Each building is dedicated to different eras and different types of antiques. There's displays for clothes, furniture, pipes, musical instruments... you name it! They even had a huge collection of antique (and modern) barbed wire. It's incredible how many antiques they have at this place.

It's a great place for families, especially if you're in to historical items, antiques and so on. Be aware that it's a pretty lengthy walk and there are some steep hills to navigate (all are paved, however) so if you use a wheelchair or are otherwise disabled you'll probably need assistance. They do have plenty of benches and a few water/soda machines so you'll be able to rest and have a drink. All in all it was very enjoyable and I had a lot of fun going back in time seeing all the neat displays.

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★★★★☆

This place is a little gem that is a bit out of the ordinary and a little hard to find but once you do find it you'll spend the day having fun. It's a museum dedicated to antique clothing, guns, lamps, medical equipment, trains and everything in between. The museum itself is located near Grove, Oklahoma nestled between beautiful hills and Grand Lake. It's very quiet and peaceful and I don't think too busy so you'll be able to walk at your leisure and take it in without too many people in your way.

It's set up like an old frontier town with log cabins and so forth. You come in, park and then take the tour using a free map they provide. There is a minimal entry fee ($3.50 for adults, $2.50 for seniors 62+ and free for children under 14); they also take donations apparently.

The buildings are numbered and there's a yellow arrow marker on the paved roads leading you on the tour. Each building is dedicated to different eras and different types of antiques. There's displays for clothes, furniture, pipes, musical instruments... you name it! They even had a huge collection of antique (and modern) barbed wire. It's incredible how many antiques they have at this place.

It's a great place for families, especially if you're in to historical items, antiques and so on. Be aware that it's a pretty lengthy walk and there are some steep hills to navigate (all are paved, however) so if you use a wheelchair or are otherwise disabled you'll probably need assistance. They do have plenty of benches and a few water/soda machines so you'll be able to rest and have a drink. All in all it was very enjoyable and I had a lot of fun going back in time seeing all the neat displays.

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This is a wonderful place to take your family. I recommend going when the weather is nice out, but not very hot as it is an outdoor walkaround sort of place. It is quite the walk to look at everything, just so you know. There are a few buildings you can go into that have A/C, but not many. My dc was 2 at the time and he had a blast running to the next exhibit. My sister (9) and dh and I enjoyed looking at the old time memorablia and the view of the lake. It is educational and set up as sort of a little town. They accept donations in a little box on the way in, but there is no defined entry fee. I love places like this that give you a little taste of history.

PROS: Very educational and fun for the family
CONS: Long walk, outdoors in the weather

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★★★★★

This is a wonderful place to take your family. I recommend going when the weather is nice out, but not very hot as it is an outdoor walkaround sort of place. It is quite the walk to look at everything, just so you know. There are a few buildings you can go into that have A/C, but not many. My dc was 2 at the time and he had a blast running to the next exhibit. My sister (9) and dh and I enjoyed looking at the old time memorablia and the view of the lake. It is educational and set up as sort of a little town. They accept donations in a little box on the way in, but there is no defined entry fee. I love places like this that give you a little taste of history.

PROS: Very educational and fun for the family
CONS: Long walk, outdoors in the weather

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