Hominy, Oklahoma, is a place where oil and cattle industries blend with Native American influence to create a cultural heritage that is truly unique.
With origins beginning in 1886 as a trading post, the future site of Hominy would eventually get its namesake after an Osage Indian chief of the era. Steeped in history, Hominy was once home to the Hominy Indians Professional Football Team, a group of primarily Native American players who beat the New York Giants in an exhibition in 1927.
With a wide variety of attractions, including an authentic train depot-turned-restaurant, a municipal lake and six locations listed on the National Register of Historic Places; including the Fred Drummond Home Museum, Hominy is a perfect destination for your next family outing.
New events such as an upcoming gardener's market, as well as a city-wide festival is planned for June and July; while time-honored traditions, such as the Osage In-Lon-Schka Dances are held in the arbor in the Indian Village in June. With close proximity to the Tall Grass Prairie Preserve and the Pioneer Woman Mercantile, there is no shortage of things to do in our beautiful Osage County community.