Located in the old Wills Building (1910) at 100 E. Lee Avenue , we have three floors of exhibits depicting Sapulpa 's history.

We have created a small village to showcase some of Sapulpa 's early businesses. Included are an early-day blacksmith shop, a sheriff's office, the John F. Egan General Merchandise Store, Rock Creek Indian Methodist Church, Euchee Mission Boarding School , and a diorama of the Frisco Railroad shops that were located here in the early 1900s.

Other displays include Creek and Euchee Native American artifacts, an early territorial court house, military room, and some dedicated to prominent Sapulpans.

A full tour of our museum takes approximately one hour, and we have docents who will show you through.

To see a sneak peak of a few of our exhibits, please click the room descriptions below.




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