Pioneer Woman Museum

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    The museum commemorates women’s contribution to the development of Oklahoma, from the 18th century to the present day.
    Learn about pioneer women by exploring period artifacts, memorabilia, clothing, photographs, newspaper articles, and antiques. At the Pioneer Woman Walk of Fame, one will discover the personal stories of women from all races who influenced Oklahoma’s history. At the education center, visitors can make pioneering crafts, such as quilting, knitting, and spinning.
    Take a few minutes to appreciate the 30 foot tall bronze statue of The Pioneer Woman, featuring a mother leading her son through dangers to settle in Oklahoma. The statue honors the brave women who made Oklahoma what it is today.

    Discover Oklahoma - Pioneer Woman Museum

    The Pioneer Woman Museum in Ponca City is dedicated to preserving women's history and showcasing the historical and continued influence of women on the development of Oklahoma and the United States. The Pioneer Woman Statue is 30-foot tall statue commissioned by E.W. Marland, a United States Congressman and tenth governor of Oklahoma. Designed by artist Bryant Baker, "Confident" depicts a mother in sunbonnet holding her son's hand as they walk towards the horizon. It was unveiled in 1930 and stands as monument to the women who helped found Oklahoma as a state.
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    Address: 701 Monument Road, Ponca City, OK 74604
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