The Marland Grand Home in Ponca City is in itself a fascinating historic destination, a giant artifact. But did you know once there, you not only step back in time to the early 1920’s but you will also discover a museum within a museum. You can find a vast collection of Native American artifacts throughout the Grand Home. But because of Gov. Marland’s relationships with the local tribes, he wanted to showcase them and was inspired to start an Indian Museum as he called it in 1926. Women’s and children’s items are on display as well as a touch and feel exhibit of fabrics and beads and things women would have used to make clothing and adorn them.