The Harn Homestead and 1889er Museum was Oklahoma's premiere Victorian homestead. The Oklahoma homestead was originally ... More
The Harn Homestead and 1889er Museum was Oklahoma's premiere Victorian homestead. The Oklahoma homestead was originally claimed during the Oklahoma Land Run of 1889. It offers hands-on educational programming for elementary public, private and home-schooled students. The 9.4 acre facility is also available for corporate events, weddings, birthday parties, etc.
The Harn Homestead Museum regrets the experiences of the bride who posted below and has since issued a formal apology and a refund to her for the incidents as they are described. We make no excuses for what happened. It was, as described, unacceptable. We are happy to report that no further complaints have been made by the many weddings, receptions, and other celebrations held on our property since then. We remain a very busy, very popular venue and continue to fill our calendar quickly so make sure and call us early to get the date you want!
Don't hold your wedding there. The staff is horrible, they never clean their bridal room, holes in the barn roof, they change their "policies" which will breach your contract, sprinklers went off on us during our ceremony and soaked our guests and ruined my wedding video by soaking my videographers audio equipment. They were horrible to me before, during and after the event. They just don't have it together there. Don't waste your money.
We had our wedding at the beautiful gazebo in the gardens then had our reception inside the rock & cedar two-story barn. It was a wonderful experience. The staff took great care of us and we even had perfect weather. I recommend this site for outdoor and unique weddings. The cost was great too.
The educational experience for my children was wonderful. They learned first hand about the early days of Oklahoma, the Land Run of 1889 and what life was like on a working farm. What a great experience. We will definitely return.
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