Come to Pawhuska and enjoy The Mercantile for a whole day...or two! There's plenty to do (and eat) both inside The Merc and around Osage County, and we'd love to have you in our neck of the woods. Bring your sweetie, bring your mom, bring your cousins, bring a group of old friends. We want you to enjoy the heck out of The Merc and Pawhuska! 

Visit The Lodge!

On select dates, Ree & Ladd invite you to visit The Lodge on Drummond Ranch. The Lodge is their family guest house, which also serves as the production location for The Food Network show!

IMPORTANT NOTE: Tickets are required for Lodge tours. Visitors must go to The Merc the day of the Lodge visit in order to receive the Lodge ticket/directions (1 ticket per group.)

Tickets are free, and are good only for that day's date. Tickets not available in advance. There is no limit to the number of tickets available on tour dates. 

Upcoming Dates (check back frequently - new dates are added regularly, and surprise/last minute dates are not uncommon!)


August/September dates:
August 7-12

August 14-19

August 28 - September 2

Labor Day - September 4!



The Lodge will be open from 9am - 4pm on the open dates. Simply ask a Merc employee for a ticket/directions after you've enjoyed your time at The Merc that day.

(Because the Lodge is used for private events, filming, and so on, we are unable to open the Lodge on dates not listed above. Please check back for future dates!)

Lodging, etc.

From charming local B&B's to area hotels, you'll find plenty of lodging choices for your visit to The Mercantile. Pawhuska is an easy drive from both Bartlesville and Tulsa, so plenty of options await you!

Find a place to stay

Oklahoma is smack dab in the center of America, so Pawhuska is just a hop, skip, and a jump from many major cities. Whether you're headed here from north, south, east, or west, here are the best routes to take.

Plan your route

The Merc is just the beginning of your adventure! Osage County is full of rich history and tradition, so check out some of these amazing sights, sounds (and tastes!) in the largest county in the state of Oklahoma.

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