The Arbuckle Historical Society Museum was built in 1917 originally as the Sulphur City Hall. Today, the antique building still features its original fixtures mixed with historical displays of Sulphur, Sulphur Springs and the Chickasaw Nation. See Native American exhibits with original beaded clothing items donated by the family of Nelson Chigley, a loom dating back to 1850, military exhibits, vintage clothing, a large file of family histories, Davis News Daily, Price broom factory, school picture displays and a territorial room displaying home life in pre-statehood days.

The museum is a non-profit organization mostly ran on volunteers. It is open Friday - Sunday from 12-5pm.

  • Free Admission

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