Experience history on a self-guided tour through 6 acres and nearly 100 exhibits located on the shores of Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees. Antiques, collectibles, and reproductions are displayed in displays representing the mid-1800s to the early 1900s in the local four-state region (Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas).
Nearly 2 miles in length, our pet-friendly trail has a 3/4-mile accessible section for strollers, wheelchairs, and other non-motorized vehicles. Due to storms, temporarily closed.
A map with guidelines for using the trail is available to download or a printed map may be picked up at the Har-Ber Village Visitor Center.
A unique and non-traditional space on the grounds of a history museum to hold your wedding, reception, or other special occasion—just minutes from Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri!
Rental spaces include the Har-Ber Village chapel, picnic pavilion, event tent, meeting rooms, and wooded meadow areas that are like works of art along the Nature Trail.
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Once in Grove, Oklahoma, from the intersection of Main Street (OK-10, US-59) and 13th Street/Har-Ber Road, head west 2.7miles to south 595 Road (white fence on SW corner).
Turn left (south) on South 595 Road and
travel .5 miles.
At the Har-Ber Village sign, turn right onto West 20th. After .2 miles, enter the main gate, then take a sharp right at the Café. Follow the entrance signs to the parking lot. Enter this history museum through the Visitor Center or explore the nearby Nature Trail.
Har-Ber Village, 4404 W 20th St, Grove, Oklahoma 74344, United States