The Eskridge

Located in beautiful downtown Wynnewood, Oklahoma on Highway 29, 1/2 block east of State Highway 77 on the the north side of the street.

Unchanged in architecture except for the front porch, the Eskridge Hotel has been converted into a wonderful three-story museum for the public to enjoy and learn about the history of our community and the surrounding area.

Full of small town charm, Wynnewood sits just off I-35, 60 miles south of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and 150 miles north of Dallas, Texas.


In 1874 a small settlement existed in Indian Territory (modern day Oklahoma) where the stage coach line crossed the Washita River; this settlement was known as Cherokee Crossing, or Cherokee Town. When the railroad planned to come through about 4 miles south, a merchant there, John Walner, moved his family and store by ox team to a location on the railroad.

In 1886, this new community was named "Walner", but in 1887, it was renamed "Wynnewood" by the railroad men, after their hometown in Pennsylvania.

About Us

Memberships are available for individuals, families, and corporations.

Our Partners

Wynnewood Chanber of Commerce


Currently, tours are scheduled by appointment only. Please see our contact page on how to schedule.