The Stone Lion Inn

1016 West Warner, Guthrie, Oklahoma, 73044, United States
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
5%
14
Poor
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Terrible
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  • Families77
  • Couples89
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Travel Tips for Guthrie

Holidays in Guthrie

by mrclay2000

For the rest of the country, time-honored holidays include the Fourth of July, Christmas Day and Thanksgiving, and New Year's Day. Guthrie celebrates all of these likewise, and many tourist services shut down for the day. It should be noted that 89er Day (April 22) likewise shuts down normal operations, when Guthrie comes alive to relive its roots.

Guthrie Housing Styles

by mrclay2000

Farther away from the red-brick historic center lie some of Guthrie's historical (housing) districts. Though many of the styles defy classification (i.e. they at least defeat me in identifying them), there are some that bear special attention. Pictured here is a Victorian style with slanted gables that much resembles the Overholser Mansion of Oklahoma City (though on a smaller, less ostentatious scale).

Oklahoma Sports Museum

by mrclay2000

This little out-of-the-way museum features athletes, memorabilia and the careers of Oklahoma's illustrious. Displays and other objects hope to influence Oklahoma's youth in the pursuit of true sportsmanship and self-drive and determination, while enjoying the rich history of Oklahoma athletics. Mickey Mantle, Billy Sims, Johnny Bench, Warren Spahn, Dennis Rodman, Joe Carter, Darryl Porter and many others all got their start in Oklahoma sports.

Frontier Flophouse

by mrclay2000

I knew you were particularly interested in this next tip. Miss Lizzie's Bordello was also under the watchful eye of the editors from the State Capital Publishing Co. across the street (it yet remains a mystery which came into existence first. . .). Equipped with sixteen rooms each about 10' x 10', the larger-than-modern-sized employees presumably had sufficient space to execute their bargains in somewhat guarded privacy (though entertaining sixteen customers at once probably risked imploding the building). Pictured here is the main parlor upstairs with three rooms showing.

Victor Building

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Built in 1893 by Winfield S. Smith, this "block" was the triumph of its time. Besides Lillie's Drug Store, the Victor Building contained several territorial offices, a few saloons, a wholesale liquor business and a ballroom on its third floor. Perhaps most interesting of its marvels, its basement connected to other Guthrie buildings via a series of tunnels, until the basement became a bowling alley in the late 1960s.

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Address: 1016 West Warner, Guthrie, Oklahoma, 73044, United States