Oklahoma City was founded in 1889 and is one of the largest cities in America in terms of square miles. It is the capital of Oklahoma and is rich in heritage and culture. It has a number of unique museums such as the Science Museum and The National Cowboy & Heritage Museum and an excellent zoo.
What to Do in Oklahoma City
45th Infantry Division Museum
The 45th Infantry Division was composed of the 4 states; New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Oklahoma that was organized in 1923 and joined forces and camped...
American Banjo Museum
The American Banjo Museum is estimated to have a total construction cost of $ 500,000. It is one of the finest museum with a 21,000 square foot facility...
Fred Jones Jr Museum of Art
The Fred Jones Jr Museum of Art was established by the art professor Oscar Jacobson in 1936. Its location is on the campus of Norman at the University...
The Frontier City opened to the public in 1958. It is the leading amusement park of the city with a theme of the Wild West. The amusement park features...
Gymnastics Hall of Fame
The first International Gymnastics Hall of Fame was established by one of the pioneers of the National Gymnastics Clinic, Frank Wells in 1972. Its recently...
Museum of Osteology
The Museum of Osteology is a unique museum which is one of its kind in the whole USA. The museum covers a total area of seven thousand square feet and...
Myriad Botanical Gardens
The Myriad Botanical Gardens was first conceptualized in 1964 and finally adopted its current name on May 5, 1970. It covers a total area of seventeen...
National Softball Hall of Fame
The ASA National Softball Hall of Fame honors individuals for their accomplishments to the sport of softball. Each year the National Softball Hall of Fame...
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art (OCMOA) is a museum located in the Donald W. Reynolds Visual Arts Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA....
Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
The Oklahoma City National Memorial was constructed to honor all the victims, rescuers, survivors and those who were directly and indirectly affected by...
Oklahoma City Zoo
The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden is recognized by the American Alliance of Museums and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Its zoo covers...
Orr Family Farm
The Orr Family Farm offers agricultural education and entertainment. It provides a glance on the history, heritage and old-fashioned values of the Oklahoma...
The Remington Park opened in 1988 and became the first venue for gambling to be legalized in the state. It is considered to be the premiere horse racing...
Sam Noble Museum
The Sam Noble Museum was established through the act of the Oklahoma Territorial Legislature in 1899. It is a museum of natural history which is situated...
Science Museum Oklahoma
The Science Museum Oklahoma was established by John Elson Kirkpatrick in 1962 and was originally known as the Oklahoma Science and Arts Foundation on the...
The Oklahoma Railway Museum, Inc.
The Oklahoma Railway Museum was originally conceived in the 1990s by its co-founder, Jim Murray Jr. It finally publicly opened at 2002 on the Grand Blvd....
White Water Bay
The White Water Bay is a water park and an amusement venue for the whole family. Its slide rides include the Ripqurl, Pipeline wave, Mega-Wdgie, Acapulco...
Winchester Drive In
The Winchester Drive In is a drive-in movie theater which one of the only few surviving of its kind in Oklahoma. Its current operator and owner is Lindy...
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