The museum offers an array of exhibits displaying the history of The Red River War, The White Deer Land Company, and Pampa Through the Years.
Come explore the White Deer Land Company Land office as it was in function, featuring original furniture and materials, and the rich history of the original 857,000 acers of the panhandle.
The Red River War Wing tells both sides of the conflict between the Native Americans and the United States Government. It begins with the Medicine
Lodge Treaty in 1867 to the surrender at Fort Sill in 1875. The exhibit has artifacts from the battle sites as well as early military outpost.
Experience the history of Pampa as we highlight the lives of the earliest inhabitants through today. Our rich exhibits feature a glimpse into the past, yet may teach you about the present.