No Man’s Land Museum is a place that tells visitors what early Oklahoma was like so they can compare it to how it is today.
The museum has many exhibits and antiques that help give people a look into early pioneer life.
One of the most popular exhibits is one showcasing the dust bowl.
There you will find pictures on display and a house that is modeled after one in that time.
“We have it all set up as a typical farmhouse from the 1830s in this part of the country. then we have a nice scene of the dust bowl coming in as it might have looked in the 1930s,” Seth Hammond, a curator at the museum, stated.
The other exhibits include a collection of plains arrowheads and beadwork.
Other collections include dinosaur footprints and fossils that have been found in the panhandle area.