“early Choctaw County History”
The Frisco Train Depot Museum built in 1914 is the third largest depot on Frisco rail lines in Oklahoma. It is located at Hwy 70 and the railroad crossing on West Jackson Street in Hugo. You can visit the Harvey House Restaurant and museum filled with items dating back many years. Come see vintage school rooms, the Harvey House Restaurant boarding room, circus memorabilia and a wealth of information about early Choctaw County History!
Great museum with a lot of different items. Whole family enjoyed it.
My mother and I stopped by the museum on a road trip of our and the gentleman on staff was very kind and full of information. The museum was full of interesting things to look at and read and was a nice addition to our trip.
An amazing testament to the history of Hugo, the railroad and roots of the circus' that winter headquarter here. A restored "Harvey Luncheonette " and boarding quarters is interesting too. We stayed at Rv park across the street and walked to museum. Free admission but more than worth a donation. Kudos to the volunteers that saved history from the wrecking ball
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Frisco Depot Museum
- Tue - Sat: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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