Chisholm Trail Museum
The Chisholm Trail Museum, named for Jesse Chisholm and situated directly on the Chisholm Trail, houses a variety of historical treasures. Jesse, son of a Scottish father and Cherokee mother, laid out a trading route that later became the northern half of the Chisholm Trail. The museum displays a bronze bust and oil painting of Chisholm. The museum features a timeline of history.
Native American Artifacts
The museum displays beautiful utilitarian articles of different tribes that lived in this area.
Kingfisher is known as the “Buckle of the Wheat Belt,” and the array of farm machinery and tools testifies to that fact.
The brave and adventurous people that settled this great state brought with them the items needed to survive, as well as the luxuries of the time.
- Barbed Wire & Branding Iron & Spur Collection
- Musical Instruments
The 1889 Frontier Village, located on the grounds of the Chisholm Trail Museum, is home to:
- First Bank of Kingfisher's
- Gant School
- Harmony Church
- Blacksmith Shop
- Cole Cabin
- Dalton Cabin