Rome wasn’t built in a day . . . but Guthrie was! Shortly after the first trains pulled into the Old Santa Fe Depot on April 19, 1889, ten-thousand land run settlers made Guthrie their new home.

  • History


    Oklahoma's first capital, where the Wild West and Victorian culture collide.

  • Architecture


    Featuring some of the finest Victorian design this side of the Mississippi.

  • National Register

    National Register

    Encompassing the largest contiguous district on the National Register of Historic Places.


Small town charm, with a modern twist!¬†Guthrie’s historic buildings and brick sidewalks provide the perfect backdrop for year-round festivals, parades, and happenings.

  • Festivals


    Summertime is filled with outdoor concerts, festivals, markets and more

  • Holidays


    No one celebrates holidays quite like Guthrie with firework spectaculars, yuletide Victorian Walks, community-wide Trick-or-Treat, and other fun happenings throughout the year

  • Tradition


    Honoring our history with an annual 89ers Day Celebration, including a grand parade, carnival, and chuckwagon feed.


Rarely will you find the variety and quality of creative resources within such close proximity. See why Guthrie is designated an official Oklahoma Creative Community.

  • Fiber & Needlearts

    Fiber & Needlearts

    In addition to one of the top yarn shops in the US, Guthrie is also offers a full range of fiber and needlearts including weaving, spinning, quilting, and the first wool mill in the state of Oklahoma.

  • Maker Movement

    Maker Movement

    Makers are always on the move in Guthrie with top-notch fiber arts workshops, paint parties, glass blowing, pottery and more.

  • Fine Arts

    Fine Arts

    Known for our numerous galleries, many talented artists call Guthrie home.


Guthrie’s not just any ordinary town! ¬†Filled with lots of charm, lore, and quirky characters, Guthrie often seems more like an imaginary place from an intriguing novel. #ChooseGuthrie

  • Ghostly


    Take a guided tour that intertwines intriguing history with supernatural legends, led by our very own keeper of the myths who also doubles as the park ranger for the tiniest National Park.

  • On the Bricks

    On the Bricks

    You never know what you'll see parading down Oklahoma Avenue, with rodeo queens and homecoming queens, shriners in clown cars and geezers in old cars, and an occasional bed racing by on wheels.

  • Unique Characters

    Unique Characters

    A fusion of unlikely neighbors adds to the charm. Hang around long enough and you'll hear many a tale and meet a number of unique folk.