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The Museum will close at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, April 14 and Saturday April 15 for a private event.


Bring the Whole Family!

Families and foodies alike will delight at the 32nd Annual Chuck Wagon Festival, a celebration of Western and Native American history, art and cuisine for all ages.



$20 per person*

Free for Museum members and children 12 and under
Free for foster families, thanks to the Arnall Family Foundation
Free for Blue Star families
*Discounts and complimentary passes do not apply

Chuck Wagon pie


Chuck Wagon & Native American Food Samples

Returning for the second year, Native American food samples will be available at this year’s festival in Liichokoshkomo’, the Museum’s interactive outdoor addition showcasing the diversity of the West with inter-tribal native dwellings, a pioneer village and interactive natural history features. Visitors can chat with the chef and learn more about the histories and traditions of Native foods. Chuck Wagon cooks, several of whom are long-time festival participants, will travel from around Oklahoma and surrounding states to provide visitors with a taste of traditional cowboy cooking.

Chuck Wagon roping


Ropemaking, Archery, Crafts, Petting Zoo

And Much More

Visitors can also enjoy artisan demonstrations, a petting zoo, archery, hands-on craft stations and more. Back by popular demand are activities and demonstrations like ropemaking, flint knapping, painting, basket weaving, quilting and more. For the first time this year, the Museum education team will help families build a model of Prosperity Junction, The Cowboy’s old West town, entirely out of Legos. All crafts and activities are free with admission, except food from The Museum Grill and souvenirs from The Museum Store.

Chuck Wagon performance


Live Music & Dancing

Live entertainment at the event will include country and western dancing, live music performed by Rodeo Opry and on-stage Western reenactors. This year’s festivities will also feature a Native American Hunters Camp with re-enactors in period 1700s-era clothing and a dugout canoe demonstration, both new addition’s to Chuck Wagon.

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