Huey Helicopter restored
The Oklahoma Heartland of America Museum
The Heartland of America Museum opened on June 12, 2007. Here, visitors can see - up close and personal - many artifacts from the late 1800s through the 1950s as they walk through the 32 major historical exhibits and nearly 40 aisle cabinet exhibits. A new Salute to Veterans memorial is in progress that will feature a restored Vietnam era Huey helicopter on display. Please consider a donation to this project. To date we have spent over $20,000 to restore this Huey flown by the Oklahoma National Guard in Vietnam.
THE MAIN BUILDING
The 12,000 square foot building is located on the southeast edge of Weatherford, Oklahoma and is readily visible from Interstate 40 between exits 82 and 84.
This 1931 Ford Model "A" 3-speed sports coupe is one of the first items
visitors see upon entering the museum lobby.
GIVING A GLIMPSE OF THE PAST ONE EXHIBIT AT A TIME
In addition to the main exhibit building, the Heartland Museum features three historic theme buildings on the museum grounds.
Elvis Presley ate at this historic Route 66 diner three times while it was in business.
This old school house is one room.
This type of blacksmith shop could be seen in the 1930's era.
LEARN HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT THE OKLAHOMA HEARTLAND MUSEUM
Whether you decide to invest in a membership, make gift shop purchases, or attend our fundraisers your contribution is greatly apprceiated