The Marland Grand Home was the first mansion-style home of E. W. Marland and his family in Ponca City, Oklahoma. It is now is an Historic House Museum. It is the vision of the FMGH to help maintain the location in a proper and respectful way to continue its original condition with historic appropriateness and to help maintain and develop the quality of the exhibits within.
Marland's Grand Home is a department of the City of Ponca City. The 1916 home was purchased by the city in 1968 and became the Ponca City Cultural Center and Indian Museum. In 1997, the Friends of the Cultural Center Foundation, Inc. was founded in order to raise funds for the preservation and restoration of the home and its collections. The name of the facility was changed in 2000 to better reflect the vision of the historic house museum.
To become a member of Friends of Marland's Grand Home, simply pick the level of membership you prefer:
|Land Seekers||$25.00||Mail membership fee to:
Friends of MGH
c/o Marland Grand Home
1000 E. Grand Ave.
Ponca City, OK 74601