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Listen carefully, and you may be able to hear Washington Irving commenting on the beauty of the streams,
prairies, and woods he first described more than 170 years ago. Or your might hear the gunshots of the battle
of Ingalls and the hoof beats of the horses as the outlaws flee to the rugged country along the Cimarron River.
And when there's music in the air, it could be the echoes of the guitars, banjos, and fiddles of the
Oklahoma Cowboy Band.

While you are at the museum...visit the commercial gallery of Western-related antiques and memorabilia.
The gallery includes hard-to-find items such as paper collectibles, photographs, book on Western history, and
documents and artifacts related to Oklahoma's pioneer era, as well as collectibles of general interest.

An impressive collection of antique bottles catches the sunlight through the large windows overlooking the
valley of the Little Stillwater Creek, and for the collector, additional old bottles are for sale.

You may enjoy just looking, or you could find that Western Americana collectible you have been searching for.

Physical Address:

3918 South Mehan Road
Ripley, OK 74062-6278

The Washington Irving Trail Museum is located
2.75 miles South of Oklahoma Highway 51 on
Mehan Road, in Ripley Oklahoma.

Phone: (405) 624-9130

GPS Coordinates:

latitude, longitude:

36.0852645, -96.9441493

N36° 5.1159', W096° 56.649'

(precision: address)

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Admission is free.

Hours of Operation:

Wednesday - Saturday: 11AM to 5PM
Sunday: 1PM to 5PM

Due to our need for irregular hours, please call for an appointment.