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Atoka, Oklahoma: Atoka Museum and Civil War Cemetery

Small museum with a wide range of local exhibits, including dino bones, Choctaw Indians, a world champion bull rider, and Reba McEntire. Confederate cemetery in the back lot.

2902 N. Hwy 69, Atoka, OK
North edge of town, on the east side of US-69, a half-mile north of the Muddy Boggy bridge.
M-F 9-4 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Atoka Museum and Civil War Cemetery

Small free museum that features local dinosaur bones, the Choctaw Nation story of removal, the "48 Hours in Atoka" music festival (a mini-country-Woodstock), and exhibits devoted to 1987 World Champion bull rider Lane Frost and country music legend Reba McEntire. Just outside the door is Oklahoma's official Civil War Confederate cemetery.

[Cindy Wallis, 12/15/2019]

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