Looking for one last trip to fit in before the end of summer? The Har-Ber Village Museum is a pioneer-era village and museum located right on the edge of the Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees in Grove, Oklahoma. Fun for all ages, the museum offers self-guided tours that take a look at the region’s history, environment, and culture in addition to various nature trails and heirloom gardens. Take the family along to the Har-Ber Village Museum for a closer look at the past than you’ve ever experienced.
The museum is open 9 to 5 most days, except on Sundays, when the museum doesn’t open until 12:30. These hours will continue until October 15th, when the museum will begin closing an hour early at 4pm. Har-Ber Village is pet-friendly, allowing leashed dogs on the museum grounds. Members and children under 6 get in free, while kids 6-13 cost $5, adults cost $10, and seniors over 63 get the discounted ticket price of $7.50. Admission includes free access to the entire village grounds, including the Nature Trail, onsite cafe, gift shop, and the Country Store.
The Har-Ber Village Museum offers a glimpse into history as well as a beautiful and safe outdoor area to enjoy a nice stroll with your family or beloved pet. Experience the various aromas in Sweet Annie’s Herb Garden or the delicious menu at the Cafe today.