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Marland's Grand Home

1000 E Grand Ave, Ponca City, OK
+1 580-767-0427
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Great add on to the Marland Mansion tour. 3 museums in one and great history of oil in Oklahoma... read more

Reviewed 24 May 2017
Ron A
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Nice Adjunct to the Mansion

This is 3 museums in one. The house was owned by others and some of it is interesting. The D.A.R... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2017
Tysons Corner, Virginia
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1000 E Grand Ave, Ponca City, OK
+1 580-767-0427
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Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

Great add on to the Marland Mansion tour. 3 museums in one and great history of oil in Oklahoma. Only thing that would make it better is a guided tour and open up the servants living quarters on the top floor. They should also allow...More

Thank Ron A
Reviewed 9 May 2017

This is 3 museums in one. The house was owned by others and some of it is interesting. The D.A.R., Indian and 101 Ranch also have museums in the house.

Thank annamosc
Reviewed 1 May 2017

The home is fun for history buffs. The home itself is beautiful. It is amazing to see what this family had in Ponca City at that time period. Also the home is also an Indian museum and a Ranch museum so there is so much...More

1  Thank Veronica K
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

The first Marland home was very large. Beautiful, huge rooms unlike other large homes I've toured from this time period. Self guided tour. The Indian exhibits and the 101 Ranch museum artifacts were also very interesting. The first indoor swimming pool in Oklahoma was in...More

1  Thank Denise O
Reviewed 3 April 2017

The home is very grand (not as grand as the larger estate) but the additional information on some of the other aspects of the history and culture of Oklahoma are well presented. Admission is just $5 and you can tour it in about an hour.

Thank jarodmom
Reviewed 8 March 2017

To go along with our Conoco museum visit it wouldn't be right not to visit the Marland house also, after all E.W. Marland was one of the founders of Conoco Corp. The architecture is awesome and the things this man did for the community is...More

Thank fordpoor
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Marland's Grand Home is the first stop you should make in Ponca City. Also, there are collections of native American and 101 Ranch memorabilia, which will help give a background of the area. Learn the story of E W Marland and the building of this...More

Thank Ann B
Reviewed 11 November 2016 via mobile

Beautiful early 1900s home of E. W. Marland. Also has memorabilia from the 101 Ranch Wild West Show and many Native American clothing and artifacts. Interesting and educational.

Thank Wa2slow
Reviewed 4 October 2016

Visit where it started and the focus of the beginnings of the high point in Ponca City development history.

Thank Patrick R
Reviewed 18 May 2016

Last year we saw the Marland Mansion and did not realize he lived in another grand home. This one was beautiful, also. Three floors to see including a DAR museum located in what once was the 3 car garage. Lots of history to view and...More

1  Thank Sooner Fan H
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