Homeschool Day at The Cowboy

The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City has planned an exciting day of learning and exploring for homeschooling families across the state!

 Students can: 

  • Visit Native American dwellings 
  • View Western vistas  
  • Explore the playground 
  • Learn about ancient and contemporary Native American traditions 
  • Explore the role of trading posts in the West 
  • Learn more about cattle drives and decisions cowboys had to make 
  • Try out steer-roping or barrel-racing 
  • Learn about packing a wagon and decide what to take on a journey out West 

Activities while supplies last. Lunch space is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

The Teacher (first adult) will be free, and so are the students. (For every 7 students, the museum provides free admission for 1 teacher/chaperone.)  Any additional adult will be $10.75.

The Cowboy is using their link for scheduling school tours. There are a few things specific to school tours that might be confusing to keep in mind while registering.

  • Dates Requested – just enter 1 date, October 22
  • Time Requested – just enter any time
  • What is your first choice of programs? – select Teacher-Directed Museum Visit
  • Comments/Special Needs – type Homeschool Day

If people have any issues registering they can call Visitor Services at  (405) 478-2250 ext. 241. 

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