Last updated: 3/6/2011
Pawnee, OK 74058
PO Box 493
Pawnee, OK 74058
Summer hours: Sunday and Monday 1-4pm, Tuesday through Saturday 10am - 5pm
winter hours: closed Sunday and Monday, Tuesday through Saturday 10am - 5pm
free to the public, donations gratefully accepted, small fee for large tour groups
Ronny Brown, Manager
Erin Brown, Historical Collections Specialist
Brandon W. Reid, Historical Interpreter
Val Gilliam, Historical Interpreter
Kevin Webb, Maintenance Technician
The Pawnee Bill Ranch & Museum is the historic home of Gordon William "Pawnee Bill" Lillie, and his wife, Elizabeth "Mae" Manning Lillie. The home was built in 1910, and contains artifacts from the lives of the Lillies. Also on the grounds are the Lillie's log cabin, built in 1903, their three story barn, with a circa 1903 billboard for the Pawnee Bill Wild West Show, the historic blacksmith shop, with a functioning forge, "Indian Flower Shrine" observation tower, and museum, with many artifacts from the Wild West Show.
Throughout the year, Pawnee Bill Ranch & Museum is proud to offer several historic skill workshops, including: soapmaking, Victorian Valentines, blacksmithing, flintknapping, corset making and others!
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