The Chisholm Trail Museum is located along what was once the greatest cattle trail in the world. Stop in to discover the history of this cattle trail and the early pioneer settlers who homesteaded in Kingfisher County after the Land Run of 1889. In addition to the main museum is the Governor Seay Mansion across the street. Built in 1892, home of the 2nd Territorial Governor, Abraham Jefferson Seay. Finally, your experience would not be complete without visiting our pioneer village, which consists of two log cabins, a one room school house, a church, and the first bank building established in Kingfisher.