In Muskogee, every moment is an opportunity to connect with its rich history, diverse culture, and lively community.


Muskogee is where history and culture intertwine to create a unique and vibrant community. The rich cultural heritage of our town is showcased all around, including the Five Civilized Tribes Museum and the Three Rivers Museum. Our countless dining establishments create an even more immersive experience for visitors. Beyond our local heritage, our town is home to the Oklahoma Musicians Hall of Fame and Oklahoma Movie Hall of Fame, where the greatest entertainers from our state are honored.

  • Birthplace of the Girl Scout Cookie
  • 100+ Recording Artists Inducted into the Oklahoma Musicians Hall of Fame
Music & Museums

Oklahoma Music Hall Of Fame

The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame and Museum is dedicated to recognizing the global impact Oklahoma artists have had in music and is filled with the rich music history of Oklahoma artists past and present. Since opening in 1997, OMHOF has been dedicated to promoting, preserving and honoring Oklahoma’s rich music history.

At the museum, you can see memorabilia donated by past inductees and enjoy weekly live music. OMHOF even presents an annual induction concert with world-renowned artists at the Muskogee Civic Center each year. A journey through the hall of fame, located in the historic Frisco Depot, is one you won’t soon forget, as the magic of music is in every corner.

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Five Civilized Tribes Museum

This celebrates the rich culture and heritage of the Five Tribes linked to the area – Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee Creek and Seminole. The museum honors these tribes with artifacts representing their unique history in Oklahoma.

Browse one-of-a-kind art and artifacts housed in a building as historic as its contents. The structure housing the museum was built in 1875 as the first Union Agency, constructed by the U.S. Government to house the Superintendence of the Five Civilized Tribes.

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Three Rivers Museum

Explore the rich history of Muskogee and its surrounding areas at the Three Rivers Museum, housed within the historic Midland Valley Railroad Depot. With captivating rotating exhibits, this museum offers an in-depth look at everything related to Muskogee’s past. From local history to cultural heritage, there’s no better place to uncover the stories that have shaped our vibrant community than the Three Rivers Museum.

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Oklahoma Movie Hall of Fame

Step into the world of Hollywood legends and famous Oklahomans and the films that shaped cinematic history. This unique attraction pays homage to the creative spirit of the state’s most famous residents and allows visitors to explore their invaluable contributions to the world of film and entertainment.

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Muskogee offers a dining experience rich in flavors and variety, reflecting the diverse composition of our community. Our local culinary establishments are more than just places to eat; they are immersive destinations where you can savor not only delicious food but also the warm, welcoming ambiance that accompanies every meal.

From the mouthwatering wood-fired pizzas at Mama Tiggs to the authentic, tantalizing smoked BBQ at Watson’s, or the cozy setting and exceptional dishes at Max’s Garage, dining in Muskogee is always an enjoyable adventure. And don’t miss the opportunity to unwind and enjoy exceptional coffee at Queen City Coffee or a custom-crafted beer at Muskogee Brewing Company. So, prepare your palate, because in Muskogee, every bite is a journey through delectable flavors, and each dining experience is an authentic delight.

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Whether you’re on a mission for everyday essentials or simply in need of some retail therapy, our city’s diverse retail scene has you covered. With an array of local boutiques and nationally recognized stores, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for. When you shop here, we encourage you to support the countless small businesses who add immense charm to our community. Explore unique gift options at The Festive Nest, discover essential gear and gifts for sportsmen at Okie Outfitters, find stylish clothing at Pinon Creek Trading Co, or immerse yourself in the nostalgia of Hattie’s House Vintage Market. In Muskogee, your shopping experience is bound to be a memorable one.

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Annual Events

Muskogee is a city that knows how to celebrate, with an array of exciting festivals happening year-round. No matter what season you’re visiting in, there’s bound to be something spectacular taking place. Experience the thrill of the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival, where history comes to life and nearly 100,000 visitors immerse themselves in a world of knights, royalty, and enchantment. During the festive holiday season, the Garden of Lights transforms Muskogee into a winter wonderland. Watch the skies come alive with color and wonder at the Oklahoma Festival of Ballooning, and don’t miss the adventurous Okie Jeep Jam, where off-road enthusiasts gather for excitement and camaraderie. Finally, revel in the stunning beauty of the world-renowned Azalea Festival at Honor Heights Park.

Muskogee is a place you can truly live. It allows you to make lasting connections to the people and places that make up this community. Melony Carey Muskogee STEAM Center

Melony Carey

Public Service & Community


Program awards NBN with $750K grant

Neighbors Building Neighborhoods of Muskogee, Inc. has been awarded a three-year, $750,000 grant from the National Park Service Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization Grants Program. The goal of this federal program is to support the rehabilitation of historic properties to foster economic development in rural communities by funding preservation projects for National-Register-listed historic sites. The Muskogee...

Program awards NBN with $750K grant