The Holy City of the Wichitas presents its first ever yard sale, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, October 10, 2015 at the Holy City. The inventory includes hundreds of discounted items from the Visitor’s Center and excess property of all kinds. Many of the items of excess property are unique to the Holy City including props used in the Easter Pageants and a number of spotlights from a battleship. Donations are accepted and pickup may be possible depending on size and travel distance.
Located in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, this 66-acre area looks much like Israel during Biblical times, and is the site of the nation's longest running Easter passion play, "The Prince of Peace." Attendance reached an all-time high in 1939 when 225,000 visitors filled Audience Hill for the sunrise performance. Other attractions include a memorial for the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing, a Veterans Walkway, and the World Chapel, which has become a popular wedding locale. Donations appreciated.
General Info: Free Admission, Gift Shop, Handicap Accessible
Tour Group Services: Guided Tours, Tour Bus Parking
***New Hours***Days/Hours Open: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Wednesday through Sunday, except on Federal holidays when we will be open on Mondays
Directions: Located approximately 22 miles NW of Lawton,
or 10 miles W of I-44.