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  • 1 National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    1700 NE 63rd St. USA - Oklahoma City, OK 73111-7906

    Collections from saddles and barbed wire to contemporary art are presented in this outstanding museum. The grand entrance opens onto The End of the Trail (1915, James Earle Fraser), a famous 18ft plaster sculpture of a lone Indian rider on a weary ho..

  • 2 Oklahoma City National Memorial Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    620 N. Harvey Ave. at NW 5th St. USA - Oklahoma City, OK 73102-3032

    With its two massive gates, reflecting pool and 168 empty glass-and-granite chairs, this memorial stands as a solemn reminder of the April 19, 1995, terrorist bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building that killed 168 men, women and children. T..

  • 3 Oklahoma City Museum of Art Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    415 Couch Drive 415 USA - Oklahoma City, OK

    This is Oklahoma's oldest museum, and one that capture's the eye of the world. Architect Allen Brown's three-story limestone building incorporates Art Deco elements in the former Centre Theatre, while a glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly dominates the a..

  • 4 Stockyards City Recommended Recommended

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    1305 S Agnew Ave USA - Oklahoma City, OK 73108

    The world's largest cattle market, this historic district has been restored to early-20C glory. More than 102 million cattle have been herded through here. Visitors can see a live cattle auction, Monday and Tuesday at the Oklahoma National Stock Yard..

  • 5 Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    2101 NE 50th St. USA - Oklahoma City, OK 73111-7106

    This 110-acre park is set on a lake and features more than 2,100 animals. Highlights include dolphin and sea-lion shows, a pride of lions, and the "Great EscApe" primate habitat, where visitors view gorillas, chimpanzees and orangutans in a..

  • 6 Oklahoma Historical Society and State Museum of History Interesting

    Museums and art

    2100 N. Lincoln Blvd. USA - Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4907

    Opposite the capitol, this museum presents an overview of state history, from early natives to oilfield wildcatters to the space program. The Statehood Gallery offers a timeline through artifacts and photographs; the American Indian Gallery different..

  • 7 Oklahoma State Capitol Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    2300 N Lincoln Blvd USA - Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    This is the only capitol building in the world with working oil wells on its grounds. "Petunia," erected in the middle of a flower bed in 1941, and six sister wells have generated more than $8 million in revenue since they were first drille..

  • 8 Harn Homestead and 1889ers Museum

    Museums and art

    313 NE 16th St. USA - Oklahoma City, OK 73104-1229

    The Historical Society operates the Harn Homestead and 1889er Museum a few blocks west of the City Art Museum. Comprising a pioneer farm with a homestead, barn, schoolhouse and various outbuildings, it offers a window into early Oklahoma lifestyles.

  • 9 Omniplex Science Museum

    Museums and art

    2100 NE 52nd St. USA - Oklahoma City, OK 73111-7107

    This 10-acre complex contains three museums, the OmniDome theater, a planetarium, botanical gardens, art galleries and more than 350 interactive science exhibits. Kirkpatrick Gardens has herb, rose and Japanese gardens as well as seasonal plantings. ..

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