Things to do in Pawhuska...
Enjoy all the things PAWHUSKA!
Pawhuska is a destination city with so many things to see and do. Even though we can't list everything, here is our top 10 most loved...
Eat & Shop
What makes us a tourist town is Food Networks star, Ree Drummond and her places to eat, sleep and shop!
Shop the small and unique Stores
Pawhuska has the best unique Boutiques and Gift Shops of any small town. Within walking distance, you'll find everything your heart needs!
A few of our favorites are...
Funky Pearl Boutique
The Buckin' Flamingo
The Prairie Cottage
See a show at our Theater!
The Constantine Theater is the perfect place to step into, relax, and enjoy one of our weekend shows.
We also offer $10 tours/presentations on Thursday, Friday and Saturdays, by
Experience Historic Pawhuska,
you can find details on Facebook.
"Killers of the Flower Moon"
Research and tour all the sites from the Movie Directed by Martin Scorsese and actors Leonard DiCaprio, Lily Gladstone and Robert DeNiro were part of, right here in Pawhuska!
See photos of the transformation from today's town to a town back in the early 1920's
Take a drive through the Tallgrass Prairie Reserve
The Tallgrass Prairie is the largest protected remnant of native Tallgrass Prairie, expanding along 39k+acres. With over 2,000 Bison, you are sure to spot one of them on the way through.
Visit the Falls at Bluestem Lake
Located about 4.5 miles northwest of Pawhuska, you can see the beauty and recreation of Osage County's 22 Mile Shoreline that offers picnic tables, fishing, camping and swimming.
Check out Osage County Rodeos
Ben Johnson Days is a western extravaganza held every year on Fathers Day weekend. See a two day rodeo, street dance, trade show and so much more!
Cavalcade Rodeo is the World's Largest Amateur Rodeo held every year in Pawhuska the week of the 3rd Thursday in July. With a parade, weekend concerts and a week long rodeo, you're sure to be busy!
Old West Buffalo Company Encounter
The newest attraction in Osage County that allows you to be surrounded by gorgeous Buffalo in a breathtaking old west environment.
They also offer a venue for corporate events.
All the fun of a world class art museum and a wildlife preserve about 28 miles from Pawhuska. With 3700 acres of wildlife, tour the area of what was once a ranch retreat of oilman Frank Phillips.
Learn about the Osages and their History
Stop by the Osage Nation Tourist Center, Osage Nation Museum, which is the oldest tribally owned museum or the Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce to hear about or find where to learn about the tribes remarkable history.