Places to See in Frederick, Oklahoma:

 

Hackberry Flat Wetlands
A nationally recognized bird habitat and a birdwatcher or hunter’s paradise, this area is a valued treasure of Frederick and Southwest Oklahoma. The Hackberry Flat Center…

 

 

 

The World War II Airborne Demonstration Team Hangar
During World War II Frederick was home to Frederick Army Air Field. The World War II Airborne Demonstration Team Foundation has established its world headquarters at the Frederick airport in a hangar that has been preserved from that time…

 

 

 

 

 

Pioneer Heritage Townsite Museum
Designed to represent a rural townsite in the 1920s, this museum includes several authentic buildings, including the 1901 Frisco Depot, the 1902 Horse Creek School, a 1924 farmhouse, and a 1924 church...

 

 

 

Abernathy Boys Statue and Exhibit
Two Frederick boys became national celebrities at age 6 and 10 when they rode alone by horseback from Frederick to Washington, D.C. in 1910. This life-size statue and exhibit honor the boys well by telling their story…

 

 

 

 

 

 



The Crawford Collection
A family’s private collection of amazing animals from around the world. It includes approximately 170 specimens, including lions, bears, a bull-elephant, rhino, python, giraffe, and many, many more. The animals are not behind glass or ropes, but are positioned so that visitors can move close and walk around them for amazing views…

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jenny Perry Mosaics, Art Gallery
Gallery and studio of a local mosaic artist whose work has been featured in Chicago, England and many other places. Jenny Perry holds weekend workshops monthly at her studio and gallery for anyone who wants to expand their artistic horizons.

 

 

 

 

The Historic Ramona Theatre
Built in 1929, this historic Spanish Colonial Style theatre was once called “The Showcase of the Southwest.” The Frederick Arts and Humanities Council now owns the building, using it for a variety of events ranging from concerts to theatrical productions…

 

 

Hotel Frederick and Coffee Shop
Built in 1929, Hotel Frederick’s lobby and business areas were hubs of activity in Frederick for many decades. Its Blue Room was the site of elaborate dinners and every formal function in the town. Now owned by the Community Action Development Corporation, the hotel serves as apartments for Frederick citizens and…

 

 

 

 

The Frederick Carnegie Library
Originally a gift from Andrew Carnegie, The Frederick Carnegie Library is a beautiful historic building that still serves as a library to the public. Designed by A.H. Crause, this building is enjoyed for its architectural appeal and importance to the community. During the summer months the library hosts a reading series for the children of the community, emphasizing on broadening their horizons…

 

Lake Frederick
Lake Frederick is the perfect spot to find a beautiful, peaceful oasis away from all of the stresses and responsibilities of work and life. Here are just a few suggests of how you can unwind at the lake...