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HAR-BER VILLAGE MUSEUM is a seasonal (third Saturday in March thru first Saturday in November) pioneer-era village and history museum located on the shores of Grand Lake o' the Cherokees in Oklahoma. Visitors experience the area's history and...more
All reviews outdoor museum step back in time regional history down memory lane farm equipment gift shop lake area entrance fee lots of shade trees great collection well worth the visit few hours couple of hours great place to visit dolls jones harvey
We went to Harbor village for Pioneer days on October 13th 2018, it was rainy day but nice. We paid $30 to go in and see people do the demonstrations the said they had for Pioneer days..well no one was demonstrating anything we paid to...More
Har-Ber Village is a very well designed and laid out outdoor history museum. The name comes from the original designers, Harvey and Bernice Jones. They either brought in historical buildings from local communities or reconstructed buildings on site that represent the history of the area....More
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HarBerVilDir, General Manager at Har-Ber Village, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2018
Thank you for visiting—and for the great description! Come see us again soon!
We had taken our kids here, probably 30 years ago. We went this weekend as a little out-of-town get-away. It was better than we had remembered. The grounds are beautiful, the historical exhibits are great! It is a peaceful place. If you've never gone, we...More
My wife and I visited in July. The entrance fee for us was $10 each, which we didn't think was too bad.
Each building has a number and there is a written guide (no charge) that gives information about each one.
The route is well...More
Was looking forward to seeing this village but disappointed at the not-so-new materials used in construction. Like many “villages” of this ilk, Har-ber village lets you feel what life was like more than 100 years ago.
Some of the artifacts seemed too new to be...More
HarBerVilDir, General Manager at Har-Ber Village, responded to this reviewResponded 13 August 2018
Thank you for reviewing and providing feedback. We appreciate knowing how we might improve our museum. We were a bit confused by your comment that we use no-so-new materials in construction and then that our artifacts seemed to be too new to be historically accurate?...More
First let me say this is on hills, has concrete walks,a lot of ups and downs. Some of the buildings would be handicapped friendly, take into account this was started 40 years ago.
You start and end in the gift shop, you have 100 unique...More
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HarBerVilDir, General Manager at Har-Ber Village, responded to this reviewResponded 20 June 2018
Thanks for visiting! We are actually celebrating our 50th anniversary this year. Being located at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, we are a bit hilly, but as you point out, we have provided lots of benches along the way to rest for the next...More