Buck ‘n’ Bull Saloon

Graham Carroll House

The Graham-Carroll House is a majestic English Tudor Manor House located in Muskogee’s Founders’ Place Historic District, just a few blocks from downtown. Experience five unique guest rooms spread through three levels of this historic treasure offer a serene romantic retreat for a romantic getaway, a unique stopover during a vacation, or a relaxing home-away-from-home… Read More »

Crossroads RV Park

Porter Peach Barn

Offers amazing fresh fruits, vegetables, jams and jellies, made to order sandwiches and more all summer long.

Three Rivers Museum Gift Shop

The Three River Museum Gift Shop offers a variety of items specific to the Muskogee area and history with lots of gifts for children and some great looking t-shirts.

J & E Boot Headquarters

A large selection of boots, western wear, real cowboy hats and clothes for hard-workin’ people who still like to dress well.

McClain Furniture Company

A unique shopping experience. A spacious showroom full of antiques and new furniture from over 40 brand names. Browse through fascinating antiques and furniture for the living room, dining room, office and more.

Main Street Antiques District

An adorable collection of shops offering a wide array of antiques, collectibles and unique gifts.

Economy Pharmacy & Gifts – East

Economy Pharmacy is a locally owned and operated pharmacy in Tulsa and Muskogee dedicated to personal, prompt and professional service tailored to meet our customer’s needs. A full service compounding pharmacy, we take pride in our ability to provide the highest level of personalized care to our customers that you can only get from a member in your community

The Roxy Theater

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 »