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Duncan, Oklahoma Tours

Chisholm Trail Tour

The Chisholm trail ran from Fort Worth, TX to Abilene, KS and right through Duncan. Imagine you’re on the trail when you visit the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center. Featuring the southwest's largest western bronze statue, meet Jesse and Tex, whose life-like figures talk to you about life on the trail. Use all your senses to experience the Old Trail in the multi-sensory theatre, and view additional dioramas, displays, and an art gallery. Travel with your guide to the Trail Ruts at Monument Hill where visible remains of the Trail can still be seen. Tour options include a chuck wagon meal.

Water Garden Tour

The Water Garden Society of Southern Oklahoma invites groups to visit the water gardens of members. Every pond is unique, varying in size from small to 6,000 gallons. Most were built by the owners, reflecting their personalities and containing a variety of water plants, fish, and other wildlife that nature has added. 

Shopping and Antiques

Gain a historical perspective of Downtown Main Street and what makes the area still unique today. Visit antique and specialty shops and view the trivia sidewalks.

Historic Duncan Tour

See what made Duncan what it is today; from the Chisholm Trail to Halliburton. Visit the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center, the Stephens County Historical Museum, and the original location of Halliburton. 

Historic Homes Tour

A guided tour through historic homes and churches in Duncan, including the Prairie House. Designed in the style that made Frank Lloyd Wright famous, it was built for one of Duncan's first citizens. An extensive renovation has returned it to its original condition. See various styles of architecture and be intrigued by the events that occurred at each. Many buildings are on the Historical Registry. 

Crapemyrtle Trail

Recognized as the Crapemyrtle Capital of Oklahoma, Duncan showcases many varieties of crape myrtles, as well as give visitors the opportunity to experience what makes Duncan a place to discover!




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Duncan Convention & Visitors Bureau
P.O. Box 981
Duncan, OK 73534
800-782-7167
580-252-2900

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