Exhibits cover 14,000 years of area history, with topics such as art, paleontology, and archaeology
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About Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
A century ago, most travelers had no choice but to explore the world by foot, unless, of course, they were rich enough to own a Wonkavator. With that in mind, they probably would appreciate visiting the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum—a facility that, in a sense, lets guests cover 26,000 square miles on foot in one visit. But that’s not the only big number behind the museum’s operation: it also houses more than 2 million artifacts, spanning 14,000 years of the region’s history. Inside, guests can marvel at themed displays, including those that showcase the Plains’ roots in paleontology, archaeology, and a renowned art collection. They can also relive the hardships and courage of living in the Old West while plodding through a life-size Pioneer Town.