Edmond History Museum
Our exhibits tell ever-changing stories as Edmond community continues to flourish and its citizens come shining to the forefront. We also acknowledge our roots, highlighting the history of the prairie and Native People before statehood. With the coming of the railroad in 1886 and the Land Run of 1889, Edmond began to grow from a one-family train stop into the thriving city it is now. Edmond boasted the first schoolhouse and the first church in the Oklahoma Territory; a testament to the education and religion that influences Edmond still. Although agriculture was Edmond’s financial foundation, all facets of industry, technology and commerce are now represented. Edmond maintains its small-town feel, enriched by a strong presence of the arts—and EHM celebrates Edmond’s rich culture!
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