Posts Tagged ‘museum’

September Quiz

When it comes to Perryton, do you know your stuff?

Archaeological Finds

Have you ever wondered what Native Americans from the pre-settlement era used to hunt buffalo near Perryton? Or what the local prehistoric people ate? You can see artifacts from that and much more on Saturday, April 13, at America’s largest noncommercial artifact show. The Stone Age Fair, held by Courson Archaeological Research at the Museum

6 Ways to Beat the Heat

With the heat of summer upon us, here are some local places to cool off and chill out. Drink Up We may be far from the sea, but you can still enjoy the ocean (water, that is). Let your mind wander to the seaside as you sip an ocean water from Dixie Dog. 1610 S.

A Day at the Museum

As you look for things to do as the weather starts to cool, don’t forget about the Museum of the Plains on the north end of town. From local archaeological finds to a look at what life was like for 19th-century area settlers, the museum has expansive exhibits on Perryton and the surrounding area’s history.

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