Take A Tour of the Famous Eskridge Hotel! Looking to explore a fascinating piece of Oklahoma history? Then take a historic tour of the old Eskridge Hotel Museum located in the downtown area of Wynnewood, Oklahoma. The Eskridge Hotel was first opened by travelling cotton salesman Pinckney Reid Eskridge in 1907, but was converted into a hotel museum in the mid 1900's. The Eskridge was once considered the finest hotel between Oklahoma City and Dallas and popular for its fine southern hospitality and cuisine. Today, visitors can tour the old hotel rooms browsing an array of original hotel artifacts and classic collectibles from the early 1900's like clocks, double doors, pianos, and telephones. The museum also features a Great Armed Forces Room, Black History Room and Native American Heritage Room. History enthusiasts, start planning your visit to The Eskridge Hotel Museum today!
Adults - $4.00
Seniors 55 yrs. & older - $3.00
Students - $2.00
Children under 6 - Free
Groups of 10 or more - $25.00
Military Personnel - Free with I.D.
School Groups - Free
Wynnewood Historical Society members - Free