315 West Oklahoma Avenue  |  Guthrie, OK  73044  |  405.260.1342   |  oklasportsmuseum@sbcglobal.net
Promoting Oklahoma's Athletic Heritage
Ferguson Jenkins Outstanding Athletes Award

Oklahoma High School Baseball Coaches
Association's Events

Annual Recognition:
Oklahoma Sports Historian of the Year
T.R. Larman Special Recognition Award was
presented to the Museum in 2005 by the Oklahoma
High School Baseball Coaches Association.
The Museum is located in Guthrie Oklahoma, which
has been designated as A National Historic Landmark.
The three restored TCSM buildings are listed on
The National Register of Historic Places.
State Historic Preservation Officer's Citation of Merit
presented to the Museum in 2006 by The Oklahoma
Historical Society for outstanding accomplishments
in historic preservation.

The Territorial Capital Sports Museum
is dedicated to the preservation and
interpretation of Oklahoma's rich sports history.
Our goal is to have a positive influence on young
people by celebrating the accomplishments
of Oklahoma Athletes.
The Territorial Capital
Sports Museum, Inc.
is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
operated by
The Oklahoma Sports
Museum Association.
The TCSM is the dream of Coach Richard
Hendricks, Ferguson Jenkins, (Hall of Fame and
Harlem Globetrotters) and Hubert "Geese" Ausbie.
They wanted to honor the many Oklahoma athletes
who have, over many years, inspired passion for
sports in the state.

Preserving these sports traditions with
historical memorabilia has been a project that
came to fruition in 1993 when the Oklahoma
Sports Museum Association opened the
Oklahoma Sports Museum in Guthrie. This year,
the Museum takes on a new life as the Territorial
Capital Sports Museum. It's new name honors
Guthrie, the First Territorial and State Capital
of the Oklahoma Territory and the State of
Famous sports names and their artifacts inhabit every room in the TCSM.
Baseball, Basketball, Football, Olympics, Golf and Rodeo are represented
with comprehensive gallery exhibits. Oklahoma Heisman Trophy Award
winners, Final Four teams and Native American Athletes are lauded with
extensive collections along with tributes to women in Oklahoma Sports.

A gallery devoted to the Oklahoma High School Baseball Coaches
Association's Hall of Fame is one of the highlights of the Museum.

Coach Richard Hendricks and the dedicated Museum volunteers will greet
you at the door, show you around the galleries and tell you the fascinating
stories of Oklahoma's sports history and its heroes.

This web site can only give you a taste of what's in store at the TCSM!
Enjoy the site and visit us soon.

Museum Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm  / Admission by Donation
Group and Educational Tours are available and the Museum serves as an unusual Event Center
for your Business Retreat, Corporate Meeting or Private Event.
The TCSM's home is located in three adjoining buildings listed on the
National Register of Historic Places. Within its 13,000 sq. ft. space,
the Museum houses a huge collection of sports artifacts and educational
Oklahoma Black Baseball Reunion 2004 - 2006 -  
Winner of the Oklahoma Department of Tourism's
2004 Redbud Award for Outstanding New Event
Tuesday - Saturday
10am - 4pm