Fort Towson historic Site & Museum

Fort Towson was established in 1824 to quell conflicts between lawless elements, American Indian peoples, and settlers claiming the area as part of Arkansas Territory. The fort also served as an outpost on the border between the United States and Texas, which at that time was part of Mexico. Connected to the East by road, Fort Towson served as a gateway for settlers bound for Texas during the 1830s. Those passing through the area included Sam Houston, Davy Crockett, and Stephen F. Austin. When the Choctaw and Chickasaw were displaced from their lands in the southeastern United States, the fort served as a point of dispersal upon their arrival in the West. The fort was also an important staging area for US forces during the Mexican War of 1846.

896 W. 4375 Road
Fort Towson, OK 74735 

580-873-2634

The Art Gallery at Hochatown | Paint & Chardonnay

We offer a fun, unique way to spend time with your friends, feel inspired, and celebrate life’s big and little moments. From date nights to bachelorette parties to birthdays, our paint and sip events are more than just classes—they’re painting parties! Grab your friends, uncork a bottle of wine, and have a great time in our beautiful studio, your cabin, or one of our local pop-up venues.

8935 N. US HWY 259
Broken Bow, OK 74728 

580-494-3729