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Born of the Land Run in 1889, this dusty prairie stop along the AT&SF Railroad became a city of over 10,000 people in a single day. Built to Victorian elegance, the magnificent architecture of the Oklahoma Territorial and first State Capital, it still stands today as a National Historic Landmark. Our history is unique and surrounds you as you browse the shops, galleries and eateries throughout the historic district.

History is brought to life each day on Historic Trolley Tours and in places like the Oklahoma Territorial Museum, Oklahoma Publishing Museum and the Frontier Drugstore Museum.

With several more museums, the world’s largest Scottish Rite Masonic Temple, live productions at the Pollard Theatre, the best of bluegrass music at the Double Stop Music Hall, year- round events at the Lazy E Arena, six annual festivals and so much more, there’s always a great reason to visit Guthrie.

Unique shops, antiques and fine art galleries line the downtown historic district, and there’s plenty of wonderful home cooking and charming coffee shops with lots of friendly conversation if shopping’s your pleasure.

So, come for a romantic getaway at one of our 15 Bed & Breakfast Inns, plan your wedding or business meeting at one of our historic event centers, or bring the family to one of our six yearly festivals. There’s so much to experience when you take a step back to Oklahoma’s roots in Guthrie.

For more details on all Guthrie’s wonderful tourist sites, festivals, museums and recreation options call or e-mail for a free Destination Guthrie brochure.


Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame Museum
Owen Fine Arts Museum
National 4-String Banjo Hall of Fame Museum
International Model Railroad Museum
State Capital Publishing Museum
Oklahoma Territorial Museum
Guthrie Scottish Rite Masonic Temple


Guthrie ArtWalk – Second Saturday in March & November
89er Days Celebration
Celebrates the Land Run of 18°©89 – April
Apples & Quilts Festival – September
Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival – October
A Territorial Christmas Celebration – December

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