Area Historic Sites


Bristow Presbyterian Church
6th & Elm - Bristow, OK

Sante Fe Railroad Depot
One Railroad Place
Bristow, OK 74010

Bristow Chamber of Commerce
Bristow Historical Society Museum

St. George Church
Corner of 7th and Elm Street
Bristow, OK

St. George's Church was built of red brick in 1903 in a wilderness known as Indian Territory that later became Creek County, Oklahoma.

The lots of the church were originally awarded to Creek Indian, Ollie Mayes, who sold it to the Indian Territory Diocese of the Episcopal Church on June 5, 1903 for $200.

Changing hands a few times, the Montford Jones Foundation purchased the church in 1985 for $20,000 from the city of Bristow with the understanding the church is not to be sold.

Ceilings in the builidng are wooden beam held together by metal crafted by a local blacksmith. Pews in the church are more than 100 years old and still contains the original organ,old when donated, which may have been manufactured in Utah.

St. George's Church is now used for weddings and as a church museum.

Bristow Historical Museum
One Railroad Place
Bristow, OK 74010
Phone: 918-367-5151

1923 restored depot contains railroad related displays and exhibits about the city's history, from Indian Territory days to the present. Sponsored by the Bristow Historical Society. Group tours by appointment; handicapped accessible; motorcoach parking. Donations appreciated. Closed holidays.

Tour Group Services: Advance Group Reservations Required, Tour Bus Parking

Days/Hours Open: Monday through Friday 9AM to 4PM

Group Contact: Norma Chadderdon-Bristow Historical Society

Bristow Town Square
Main Street - Bristow, OK


Gravesite of Lawman Bill Tilghman
Chandler, OK
Last old-west gunfight in OK took the life
of lawman Bill Tilghman 1924 & hes buried
in the cemetery west of town.


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