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

    Museums and art

    1700 NE 63rd St.

    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.

    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

    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

    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.

    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.

    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

    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.

    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.

    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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