Pioneer Life Homesteading - Living History Program
Enter the grounds of the Heritage Center’s Humphrey Heritage Village and step back in time to the early frontier days.
A Townsperson will greet students and take them through the daily chores of homesteading in the Cherokee Outlet.
Students are encouraged to wear period clothing and bring their lunch pails filled with a typical 1893 Oklahoma Territory lunch.
This program is for third graders. A class size of 25 students or less is ideal for this historical experience.
The Pioneer Life program is available in the fall during September, October and November and in the spring during March, April and May. The day begins at 9:30 a.m. and ends at 1:00pm.
9:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
$5 per student, $50 minimum
Includes Museum Tour
($7 per class photo, optional)
Schedule your visit!
(580) 237-1907 X221
“2014 Best Education Program”
What is the Pioneer Life Homesteading Program?