Fall Break Drop-In Activities at National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum


Oct 15, 2018 to Oct 19, 2018
10:00 AM until 02:00 PM


Create make-and-take activities each day while supplies last.

October 15

Hands-On Clay

The use of clay dates back thousands of years. Many Native American tribes throughout North American used clay for pots, decorations, and more. Join us as we explore the use of clay to recreate animals and other objects.

October 16

Hand-Print Cactus

Cacti can be found across the West. From the deserts to the mountains, they come in all shapes and sizes. Starting with a handprint, create your very own landscape featuring the cactus.

October 17

Bandanna Dying

No cowboy or buckaroo is complete without their favorite bandanna. Indigo is a color common across the West in pants, shirts, bandannas, and more. Put on your favorite Western wear and come dye an indigo bandanna with us.

October 18

Foil Art

Inspired by the art and artwork of traditional cowboy artists, use your imagination to create your own foil art masterpiece.

October 19

Trailblazers Trek Hunt & Find

The West is many things to many people. Explore the Museum galleries with a special Gallery Hunt & Find designed to help you find your place in the West by exploring the many perspectives that make it unique.


Free with admission


View map National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
1700 NE 63rd St.
Oklahoma City, OK

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