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Best things to do in Pawhuska

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Food
“If you are familiar with Pioneer Woman and her divine cooking and cute decor, then no need for explanation”
17 locals recommend
Home Goods Store
Point of Interest
“The Ultimate Historical Tour Experience. Immerse yourself in the living history of the Osage and experience the unique perspective of a people that have endured the ultimate offense and yet continue to strive as a people with a rich cultural heritage. www.pawhuskaguide.com”
1 local recommends
Grocery or Supermarket
“The deli and hot food counter in the back of the store sells sandwiches, fried chicken, and hot breakfast that makes meals quick and easy without being fast food. The produce can be a bit high-priced, but is usually fresh and pretty good. Open every night until 9 PM”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Grill 125 is open for lunch weekdays. Thursday, Friday and Saturday night it is open in the evenings. Steaks are cooked on the weekend!”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“You won't find a better burger in Pawhuska. You can walk to eat and enjoy a meal. They also serve a great breakfast.”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Bad Brads has the best BAR B Q! You will love the steaks cooked on an open fire on Friday and Saturday night.”
2 locals recommend
Museum
“Pawhuska is the home of the Osage Indians. The campus is located up the hill from downtown. See the culture of the Osage Tribe at the Osage Nation Museum.”
2 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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“Great pizza oven pizza. Very nice bar area that serves a wide variety of drinks. Great place to hang-out or just to stop in and refresh.”
2 locals recommend
Church
“You won't want to miss the beautiful stained glass windows inside the church.”
1 local recommends
Grocery or Supermarket
“Handys is our convenience store. We serve the best pop around with crushed ice. Stop in and say "HI" to Martha and Margie, they are twins and co-owners with me at the Redbud Cottage.”
1 local recommends
History Museum
“The first tribally-owned museum of its kind in the United States, the Osage Tribal Museum was started by John Joseph Mathews, a tribal member who was educated at University of Oxford and the University of Oklahoma and became a best-selling author in the 1920s. The museum provides an accessible way of understanding the history and contemporary experiences of the Osage people.”
1 local recommends