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Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Thursday: 4 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. 
Sunday & Monday: closed


Admission is free to visit our 1st floor temporary exhibit hall, giftshop, & genealogy library.


Admission to our 2nd floor permanent exhibit is $5 per adult or $8 for two adults. Members and children under the age of 17 are admitted for free. 


400 S. Main Street
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012


(918) 258-2616


Julie Antoshkiw-Brown, Executive Director,  was born and raised in Broken Arrow Oklahoma before a family move relocated her to the Houston, Texas area in 1996. After attending Texas State University, Julie and her husband began their family in Texas. During a visit to her hometown, they decided Broken Arrow was the best place to raise their growing family. Since moving back, Julie has immersed herself in the community through volunteer work and supporting the local area businesses and nonprofits. Julie’s personal interest in history and museums led her to The Museum Broken Arrow, first as a patron and then beginning in September 2018 as an employee. Julie enjoys serving the Broken Arrow community, researching family history, exploring museums, and spending time with her family, including her husband and their two children.​ She has lived in Broken Arrow for 32 years.


Allie Cloud, Museum Associate, has been an employee of The Museum BA since 2018.  Prior to 2018, she  volunteered at the museum for 4 1/2 years. She obtained her Associates Degree of Arts in History in 2021.   She has a 3 year old Dalmatian named Rosemary and a 2 year old black cat named Sassafras.   She would love to be able to travel back in time and be able  to learn more about America.  Her family tries to visit a museum everywhere they go, just for her!  


Nancy Brian, Artifact Collections Manager, was born in the Midwest and grew up on the East Coast.  Marriage brought her  to Broken Arrow, where she has lived half her life and raised a son. Originally in a PhD program in clinical psychology, she changed course and went after her life-long interests in libraries and museums. Nancy's last two placements have been at the Tulsa Air and Space Museum and the Military History Center, and she is now at home at the Museum Broken Arrow.  
  With equal engagement, Nancy plays flute, recorder, and pennywhistle, and performs in a Renaissance early music ensemble and Irish group. Volunteer work has always been a family tradition to which she is faithful. Play time includes tennis, reading, and dog-petting. If there is a boat or plane nearby, she will freely crew.    

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