What do visitors think about Har-Ber Village?

I am blown away! This is one of the best experiences I have had in a long time. I have been to the biggest museums in New York City, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.; however, in comparison, this is a treasure! I hope this lasts forever because our society is a throw-away society. We can never recover what you have! 

Claudia, Texarkana, TX

Hours, Fees, & Visitor Services

Hours

"The Village" sign with Har-Ber Village logo.

Har-Ber Village is a seasonal, smoke-free, mostly accessible and pet-friendly site!


Open the third Saturday in March through the first Saturday in November:  Thursday through Monday, 9am-3:30pm, closed Tuesday and Wednesday.


The closed season extends from the first Sunday in November through the third Friday in March.

Admission Fees

The Visitor Center at Har-Ber Village

Museum admission tickets may be purchased until  3:30 pm, Thursday through  Monday. 

The departure bell will ring at 4:15pm, and museum gates  will be locked at 4:30pm.


Adults $10

Seniors 63+ and Military $7.50

Students ages 6-13 $5

under 6 free

Family (2 adults & up to 10 ages 13 & under) $30


Har-Ber Village and NARM members free. 


Only one discount /coupon allowed per person.


Har-Ber Village is a Blue Star member and offers free admission to  all active duty, National Guard and Reserve military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Nature Trail sign

Har-Ber Village offers a nearly two-mile-long nature trail. 3/4 of a mile is paved and accessible by wheelchair. Accessible parking areas are located at both ends of the trail—near the Café and near the Picnic Pavilion. The rest of the trail is packed gravel with several hills to get your heart pumping! 


The trail is a pleasant and scenic walk with several loops meandering through woods along the edge of Har-Ber Village property and overlooking Grand Lake o' the Cherokees. You may see deer, birds and other wildlife. A wide variety of trees and plants grow along the trail.


Leashed pets are welcome as long as their owners clean up after them. Additional information and a trail map may be found here. 

Country Store

The Country Store at Har-Ber Village, a museum gift shop with items that reflect the collections.

The Country Store at Har-Ber Village features hand-crafted jewelry, books, walking sticks, cooking utensils, Zum soaps, children’s toys and other old-fashioned collectibles that will help you remember your visit.  Each year new merchandise lines are added. The Country Store is open the same hours as the museum.


The online store offers an wide variety of souvenirs and gifts. Customize many of the items by uploading your own images.

Café at Har-Ber Village

The Café at Har-Ber Village

The Café Call 918-787-7617 for more information or visit the  menu items including breakfasts, soups, scrumptious desserts and more. 


Hours are 9am-3pm, Thursday through Monday, closed Tuesday and Wednesday. 

Call 918-787-7617 for more information or visit the Café's Facebook page


Note: the Café and Museum are closed for the season from  the first Sunday in November through the third Friday in March. 


More Things to Do

Picnic Pavilion at Har-Ber Village

The Picnic Pavilion is available to museum visitors and Nature Trail walkers free of charge. Groups touring the museum may  use the Pavilion free of charge. The structure is also available for rent for group gatherings. 


Visit nearby Lendonwood Gardens

  

GrandLakeAreaInfo.com offers information about the many and diverse attractions  and activities on and off the lake including museums, golf, casinos, fishing, shopping, and much more! Also included are accommodations, restaurants, and services.

Dimensional map of Har-Ber Village Museum

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