The Midgley Museum was Dan and Libby Midgley?s gift to the city of Enid. The couple, together with their daughter, Eva, lived on the house while collection fossils, rocks, and petrified wood that made up the exterior walls as well as the interior fireplaces of the museum.
Visitors to the museum will be able to view 34 different kinds of stones that were used in the building. The stones, collected in Oklahoma, New, Mexico, Texas, and Arkansas, are mostly rocks and fossils that were found near Lake Texoma. In front of the house, one will see an enormous stump which is fossilized redwood. It was found near Woodward Oklahoma. Inside, the items on display are from the mid-20th century. There are also many artifacts that are associated with daily life such as electric toasters, glassware, toys, and gems. There are also coins, stamps, sharks teeth, and arrowheads.