Meaning “place of huckleberries,” this museum is housed in Pryor's original Katy Railroad Depot; and, is operated
by the Mayes County Historical Society. Many of the artifacts and exhibits feature the Cherokee and Osage Indians, art and local history.
Displays include an 8-10 foot oil-on-canvas of Nathanial Pryor after whom the community of Pryor is named.
Exhibits include a rare salt-glazed pottery collection, an 1800s printing press, 1942 tornado ,
1917 blacksmith tools, early-day Salina, Pensacola Dam and the Whitaker. Additionally a Native American
art gallery is housed in the museum.
Open Saturday & Sunday, Wednesday & Thursday •
1pm to 4 pm
845 S Mill Street, Pryor • 918.825.2575