dig™: Dig: World History and Archeology magazine for kids


The Oklahoma State Fair has an archaeology booth each year sponsored by the Archaeological Survey, the Oklahoma Historical Society, and the Oklahoma Anthropological Society. The booth features exhibits, posters, bookmarks, and brochures. For more information, visit: www.oklahomastatefair.com/.

Museum of the Great Plains offers many educational programs and events for children, including guided tours. The museum has indoor and outdoor exhibits, including a replicated trading post, an original schoolhouse, a steam locomotive, American Indian artifacts and more. For more information, call (580) 581-3460, or go to: http://www.museumgreatplains.org/.

Museum of the Red River River in Idabel has several programs throughout the year, including gallery tours, lectures, classes, and children's activities. Ongoing programs for children include Paleo Pals, Explorers Camp, and Dino Camp. The museum also features activities such as “Ask the Archaeologist” day when members of the public are invited to bring artifacts, preferably from the region, for identification. For more information, call (580) 286-3616, or visit: www.museumoftheredriver.org/.