Things To Do in Oklahoma City

When in Oklahoma City, make sure to visit at least one of the many museums in the area. The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is home to the most comprehensive collection of Chihuly glass, the Science Museum Oklahoma is home to the International Photography Hall of Fame and the Oklahoma City National Memorial honors those affected by the Oklahoma City Bombing.

The Oklahoma City Zoo is a fully accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the American Association of Museums as both a living museum and a botanical garden. The Zoo participates in numerous cooperative Species Survival Plan projects and is dedicated to the conservation of rare and endangered wildlife.

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Coles Garden

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Coles Garden was founded in 2001 by Allen & Susan Coles.The Coles built their garden on 13 acres across from the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. They brought in monumental sculptures by American artists and antiquities from around the world to display for their Oklahoma friends and neighbors.

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This three-story French chateau-style home is fitted with the original furnishings of the Overholser family, including Brussels lace curtains, English carpets and French stained glass windows.

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The 45th Infantry Division Museum is designed to be self-guided. With 27,000 square feet of exhibit space and our 15 acre park, there is much to see at the museum so be sure to schedule plenty of time for your visit.

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Step back in time at the Historic Harn Homestead Museum. Learn about the territorial life of Oklahoma. This beautiful outdoor museum is original Land Run property and home to some of the most unique treasures of Oklahoma's past. Schedule your visit today and reminisce about days gone by and the traditions of Oklahoma's early settlers.

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