The Five Civilized Tribes Museum is classified as a 501 (c)(3) organization. The purpose of The Five Civilized Tribes Museum shall be to preserve the history, culture, and traditions of the Five Civilized Tribes – Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole, through the acquisition and preservation of works of art, artifacts, documents, books, correspondence, and… Read More »
Created with wine enthusiasts and casual drinkers in mind, the winery provides a tasting room experience that is laid-back, yet sophisticated, fun, yet educational and features more than a dozen spectacular wines produced from only the highest quality grapes and other fruits. Enjoy your favorite Pecan Creek Wine on the patio while relaxing with friends.
Welcome to Show It Off! We offer our customers the biggest and most unique Inflatables in Oklahoma. Imagine driving by a large festival and seeing a red, blue, & yellow inflatable slide. More than likely it would not even catch your attention. Now imagine driving by and seeing a huge 37ft long inflatable Hot Rod. Not only would you look twice but you would probably stop to see what is going on. This is the difference that Show It Off makes, we not only get your event noticed, but take it to a whole new level!
Step back in time to the 16th century with King Henry VIII, Margaret of Scotland, the Royal Court, jousters, jesters, jugglers, knights, magicians, musicians and minstrels. Over 500 costumed performers and artisans create the boisterous village of Castleton. Delight your tastebuds with the wonderful and unique foods of days gone by. Browse through more than 100 booths with one-of-a-kind handcrafted items. Bring the whole family and rent a costume to enjoy the full wonderment of a day filled with knights in shining armor, kings, queens and maidens fair. A multitude of exciting entertainments are on display including amusing real life chess games, jousting tournaments, thrilling acrobatic feats and more. Don’t miss the children’s realm featuring games and hands-on demonstrations which provide hours of fun, try your luck at the Ultimate Maze. Special events are held throughout the festival, including The Royal Luncheon, the Queen’s Tea and the King’s Smoker. Come visit the Castle of Muskogee and experience the time of the Renaissance with food, shows, crafts, gifts, and entertainment for the whole family.
Every April! Some of the country’s best films aren’t screened at big budget Hollywood premiers. They’re shown right here in Muskogee at the Bare Bones International Film Festival. A celebration of ingenuity, creativity and talent, the Bare Bones Film Festival is an eleven-day showcase of independent motion pictures and music. Catch screenings in multiple venues… Read More »
September If you want to experience great blues music in a down home authentic setting, then this Blues Festival is for you. Held annually around Labor Day for the past 17 years in the historically black town of Rentiesville, the Blues Festival brings dozens of bands to the stage. The Down Home Blues Club, site… Read More »
May-June Honor Heights Park is the perfect setting for an evening of music. Each summer, residents and visitors alike congregate amongst the flowers and trees for Symphony in the Park, a celebration of music, beauty and community. Bring a picnic to enjoy as one of Oklahoma’s most stunning parks comes alive with music and fireworks…. Read More »
The center of downtown Muskogee’s cultural activities is The Roxy Theater. The theater opened in 1948 as a movie theater and still holds the ambiance and charm of a post-WWII era movie theater. Beautiful architecture, art deco glass and tile, fully restored original seats and neon signs make the theater as much of a destination… Read More »
The world of music wouldn’t be the same without the influences and contributions of many great Oklahomans. The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame and Museum is dedicated to recognizing the special impact many Oklahoma artists have had in music. Inductees include Toby Keith, Vince Gill, Patti Page, and of course, Merle Haggard, who made Muskogee… Read More »