TheHar-Ber Village Craft Room is located in the middle of the Village and is available for use by historic craft and trade groups for meetings and demonstrations as well as for workshops and lectures.
TheVisitor Center Meeting Room will seat up to 40 people for meetings, lectures and workshops. Podium w/microphone and access to a caterer’s kitchen bar.
TheHar-Ber Village Event Tent is a 40’ x 80’ metal-roofed pole barn that has been sided with tent fabric and has a partial cement and partial wooden floor. The space seats 150-200 people.
ThePicnic Pavilion is a 58’ x 20’ covered patio area includes 12 tables and 48 chairs. Dry-erase bulletin boards, sink with potable water and electricity available.
TheHar-Ber Village Chapelis at the lower end of the Village overlooking the lake. This small building seats about 12 persons and electricity is available. Weddings have been performed both inside and outside this building. (No food or beverages are allowed in the Chapel.)
Har-Ber Village Museum is a unique and non-traditional space in which to hold your wedding ceremony or reception, business meeting or retreat, concert or recital, lecture program, birthday party, family reunion or anniversary. Located in northeastern Oklahoma, we're just minutes from Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri! Call 918.786.6446 or e-mail email@example.com to discuss availability, details of your event, rental fees and/or to schedule an appointment.
In celebration of our 50th Anniversary in 2018,
we are offering ALL of our sites for a space rental fee of $50!
Additional fees include: $150 table and chair fee for up to 99 people. $300 for 100-200 people. $250 for staff set-up and take-down. A $250 cleaning fee and a $500 (refundable) damage fee will be assessed for use of the Event Tent.
Due to the Village's seasonal operating hours, site rentals are available mid-April through October. Meetings and other events may be scheduled during the day, 9am to 4:30pm; evening events may also be accommodated.
Several areas are available for use at Har-Ber Village Museum: