Har-ber Village Museum Historic Craft And Trade Workshops And Demonstrations



LIVING HISTORY CABIN & HEIRLOOM GARDENS
New are living history demonstrations in one of Har-Ber Village's cabins. Heirloom vegetables, herbs, flowers and other plants are being gathered for a garden near the cabin as well as for planting in other beds around the Village. This will be a work in progress for the next couple of years.


NATURE TRAIL
Har-Ber Village's Nature Trail is open to the public without museum admission. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy walking the trail during regular museum hours. The trail is a pleasant and scenic mile and a half long walk that has several loops that meander through woods along the edge of Har-Ber Village property. You may see deer, birds and other wildlife. A wide variety of trees and plants grow along the trail. The trail is being expanded to include a walk near the shore of the lake. The trail does have some uneven surfaces and loose gravel in places—please wear appropriate shoes and take care going up and down hills.




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Har-Ber Village, an Oklahoma Pioneer History Museum