Visit Duncan and enjoy our fun-filled, family-friendly attractions including Kiddieland Park, Rock Island 905 Railroad Museum, and the Stephens County Historical Museum.
Stephens County Historical Museum
This wonderful trove of history, fittingly located in a historic US National Guard Armory, is a free to the public museum with a variety of unique exhibits. Be transported back to a simpler time; step into Grandma’s kitchen or the family dentist’s office. See authentic room vignettes filled with treasured antiques, memorabilia, and other artifacts depicting pioneer life in Oklahoma. When it comes down to it, whether your interest is early photography, music, crafts, Native American lore, farming, or machines, the museum will satisfy your curiosity in a charming fashion.
The museum showcases the history of Halliburton, a now global corporation that got its start right here in Duncan. The Halliburton Historical Exhibit features a fascinating array of antique equipment, memorabilia, diagrams, and historical documents.
You’ll also find the Rhythm & Routes, the Oklahoma Music Trail at the Stephens County Historical Museum. An interactive exhibit centered around a classic jukebox that features Duncan’s very own Hoyt Axton & Mae Boren Axton.
Kiddieland Park is maintained by the Chisholm Trail Kiwanis Club and includes a small-scale train, tilt-a-whirl, classic merry-go-round, cable suspended airplane ride, and delicious snow cone stand. Kiddieland Park has seasonal hours between May through the end of August.
Rock Island 905 Railroad Museum, Gift Shop, and Welcome Center
Explore the railroad museum housed in the depot, a replica of the original 1892 Rock Island Depot. Exhibits spotlight railroad operations and their vital connection to Duncan’s development. Climb aboard the 905 steam locomotive and transport caboose. Adults and children of all ages will love the model trains, ringing the bell, and learning all things railroad.