Daffodil Day and Tea at Thomas-Foreman Historic Home
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From the website:
Love daffodils? Come to our Daffodil Day and Tea! Muskogee Garden Club has planted 2500 daffodils in the Thomas-Foreman Historic Home gardens. Built in 1898 on a tract of prairie, the home is on the National Register of Historic Places and contains the original furnishings of Indian Territory judge John R. Thomas, his daughter and son-in-law Grant and Carolyn Foreman. Admission fee includes tea and home tour. There will also be a Master Gardeners plant sale at the home included in the entry fee.
You can start your tour at Three Rivers Museum, 220 Elgin Street and take a trolly from there to the Thomas-Foreman Home 1419 West Okmulgee Street to enjoy a plant sale, spring daffodils, and a tea provided by Muskogee Garden Club members (small fee to participate).
Three Rivers Museum will have all the Daffodil Day Art Competition entries on display.
Last Updated: February 18, 2018