Welcome to The American Pigeon Museum

The American Pigeon Museum

The American Pigeon Museum & Library

The American Pigeon Museum & Library was founded in 1973 to preserve the rich heritage of the domestic pigeon, act as a repository for documents and artifacts related to the family Columbidae, and to serve as an educational resource.

2300 N.E. 63rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

Hours of Operation:

  • Fridays and Saturdays 10 Am to 4 PM and by appointment.
  • Call Lorrie at 405-478-5155 for information

Contact & Other Information:


First Anniversary Celebration

The American Pigeon Museum will be having a First Anniversary Celebration on Friday June 19 and Saturday June 20. The museum will be open from 10-4 each day. Special members only event on Friday evening at 5 pm. More information will follow.


2015 Calendar by David Stephenson

Get your 2015 calendar today for $15.  Call or email the museum to order one today

Grand Opening Event

On June 13th and 14th our museum hosted a grand-opening event to celebrate the beginning of summer and show the local community how much we have grown. The positive support we received greatly exceeded our expectations, as we welcomed visitors from the local Oklahoma community and all over the country.

Grand Opening | Our curator, Lorrie Monteiro, with Senator Constance JohnsonOn Friday, a group of pigeons brought to us by Randy Goodpasture were released in front of the museum to mark the occasion. It was a thrill to have with us Senator Constance Johnson as well as a representative from the office of Senator Tom Coburn. Senator Johnson presented our curator and the museum with a special citation of congratulations. We were also happy to have a few local food trucks come out and feed our hungry patrons. For a demonstration, a group of fancy pigeons were set out for display and visitors were given interesting facts about various breeds, how a pigeon is caredfor and their habits.

Thank you so much to everyone who took the time to come have fun with us! Continued support and interest from the public is vital not only to our museum, but to the preservation of this amazing bird's history. We hope to continue with this great momentum in the coming months and invite you to come and visit.