Har-Ber Village Museum Grove OK

Exhibit Panels Installed in 2017 as part of the Smithsonian exhibition The Way We Worked grant from the Oklahoma Humanities Council.

Bank                              Livery and Model T

Barber Shop                 Living History Cabin

Beauty Parlor               Mercantile

Blacksmith                    Photography

Carriage House            Post Office

Courthouse                   Print Shop

Dentist                           Railroad

Doctor                            Saloon and Dining Room

Drug Store                     School House

Funeral and Hearse     Sewing

Hat Shop                        Shoe and Harness Shop

Jail                                    Still

Laundry                          Telephones

Lawyer's Office              Weaving

Har-Ber Village, an Oklahoma Pioneer History Museum

An Old Testament Christmas:Biblical Christmas ornaments that are no longer on exhibit at Har-Ber Village due to their fragile condition after many decades of display. These ornaments were crafted a few decades ago; the ric rac, sequins, styrofoam and glitter make this fact evident. The ornament maker incorporated vintage gum ball machine charms and dime store toys, and each ornament was inspired by a passage from the Holy Bible.

Har-Ber Village Museum's exhibits feature something for everyone! Plan to spend at least half a day or, if you're local, purchase a membership so you can come and visit multiple times during the season and see just a few exhibits at a time.

Find out more about select Village collections and exhibits below. Check back for new additions!