Each season brings something new! This season, BAHM is proud to present, “Faces and Places: A look at The Key Faces of Bartlesville Development.” On display from October 6th through December 29th, the exhibit takes visitors on the journey of exploring development and expansion of the City of Bartlesville.
Learn how the land once deemed as Indian Territory became a prime settlement area for early developers and how private land, like Johnstone Park became a public park. Guests will discover how world-famous architects built structures that would forever change the view of our prairie town and hear stories of how an afternoon of fun for one family gave birth to our cities only amusement and much more!The exhibit will feature various artifacts from local businesses, past and present. In addition, youngsters or the “young at heart” may enjoy our “Faces and Places” coloring station or walk through BAHM’s turn of the century Nelson Carr One-Room School!
The Museum is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (closed on weekends and holidays) at 401 S. Johnstone Avenue, 5th Floor. Museum admission is free, but donations are always welcome. No reservation is necessary. If you have questions, you may reach Bartlesville Area History Museum staff at (918) 338-4290 or firstname.lastname@example.org.