The mission of Muskogee Little Theater, Inc. is to produce a broad spectrum of excellent theatrical productions; to provide learning experiences for our volunteers; to foster an appreciation of theatre literature; to provide educational experiences in all aspects of theatre and the performing arts for children, youth, adults, and seniors
Muskogee Art Guild is a nonprofit organization founded in 1936. It’s purpose is to foster art and it’s appreciation in the Muskogee area, and to sponsor exhibits and other visual art forms. The Muskogee Art Guild seeks for it’s membership anyone who has and interest in the visual arts and is 18 years of age… Read More
Dedicated to preserving and sharing the history, art and culture of the Cherokee, Muscogee (Creek), Chickasaw, Choctaw and Seminole Nations of Oklahoma.
The USS Batfish is a submarine on permanent display at the War Memorial Park in Muskogee. This veteran of WWII is open for tours, allowing visitors to examine the vessel that sank three Royal Japanese Navy submarines in a 76-hour span, along with eleven other enemy vessels during her time in battle. The park also… Read More
The Castle of Muskogee covers 36,000 square feet with an accompanying Renaissance Village. The Castle has a dungeon, a torture chamber and catacombs, while the Village has three pirate ships, a mermaid cove, a faery boardwalk (with a 12-foot-tall Ent), a jousting arena, a working clock tower, and an Italian piazza. The grounds are home… Read More
The center of downtown Muskogee’s cultural activities is The Roxy Theater. Beautiful architecture, art deco glass and tile, fully restored original seats and neon signs make the theater as much of a destination as the shows inside. The Roxy holds theater-style live productions, musicals and family style movies. Also home to the Oklahoma Movie Hall… Read More
The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame and Museum is dedicated to recognizing the special impact many Oklahoma artists have had in music. At the Museum, you can see memorabilia donated by past inductees and the Hall of Fame presents an annual induction concert at the Civic Center each year.
Located at 220 Elgin, Muskogee’s Three Rivers Museum is dedicated to the history of the Three Rivers area of northeastern Oklahoma. Come in and see our great exhibits, visit our gift shop and sit where the engineer did in our 1940’s era switch engine.
The Thomas-Foreman Home at 1419 W. Okmulgee in Muskogee is owned by the Three Rivers Museum. It was built by Judge John R. Thomas in 1898. He and his daughter and son-in-law Grant and Carolyn Foreman lived there until their deaths.