Arbuckle Historical Society of Murray County, OK - Sulphur, OK - Historical Museum

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 effective April 26, 09

Updated March 5, 2010!     Museum Events

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 Front Hall
Truck Room
Truck Room 2
Scout Room
Court Room & 
Hotels & Businesses
Toy Room
Kitchen & Dressing

Sulphur Today!

Belleview Plunge

Old Sulphur Hotels
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What, where, when, who, why? Help us solve a mystery!

The Beautiful Vendome

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   The museum is currently open Fri, Sat and Sun. from 12 -5.  Groups can arrange tours by calling at least a week in advance to 580 622-5593.


Welcome to the Arbuckle Historical Society of Murray County, OK (AHSMC) and the Sulphur Historical Museum run by the Society.  We plan to bring you information about the history of Sulphur, OK and Sulphur Springs, Chickasaw Nation, I. T., show a preview of the museum's collections and share historical research with our visitors.  We hope that our visitors, in return, will share their insights and memories of Sulphur and Murray County.

The museum is located at 402 W. Muskogee Ave. Sulphur, OK.  The museum building, built in 1917, served as the Sulphur City Hall.  Many of the original fixtures are still in place, including the fireman's pole, the upstairs courtroom, jail cells  and the kitchen used by the firemen who lived there while on-duty.  


Abbott Tourist Cabins, photo appears to be taken from W. Broadway, looking up 2nd St.  Artesian Hotel in right center background.

Much has changed in Sulphur, including the fire trucks.  Join us in a tour of our museum and the town of Sulphur.  We welcome your comments and suggestions, as we work to make this website a vital link with Sulphur's past and present.  Keep checking back, as we hope to add new pages regularly.

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