Oklahoma Tourist Attractions

The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, located in Oklahoma City in the state of Oklahoma, is a 30,000 foot interactive memorial and museum that was established to commemorate the hundreds of people that died and survived in the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing in Oklahoma City back in April 19, 1995 read more arrow
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The Tulsa Zoo is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, near the Tulsa International Airport. It is open year-round from 9am to 5pm read more arrow
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White Water Bay is a water park near Oklahoma City, just off I-40. It located near many lodging, eating, and shopping options read more arrow
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The Oklahoma Aquarium is located in Jenks, a suburb approximately 14 miles south of Tulsa in east-central Oklahoma. Visitors are welcome to stay at the Holiday Inn and Suites that has recently opened adjacent to the aquarium read more arrow
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The Five Civilized Tribes Museum is located in Muskogee, Oklahoma, about 50 miles southeast of Tulsa. It is best reached by following the Muskogee Turnpike to State Highway 62 read more arrow
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Established in 1958 as the Oklahoma Science and Arts Foundation, the Science Museum Oklahoma, has sought to improve the level of appreciation of science which would, in turn, increase both the cultural and educational standards in Oklahoma City. Situated in downtown Oklahoma City in Oklahoma, the Science Museum Oklahoma is a favorite destination for families visiting the city for vacation read more arrow
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Situated near Vinita in northeast Oklahoma, the Pensacola Dam is the first hydroelectric facility ever constructed in the state of Oklahoma. The Pensacola Dam is currently operated by the Grand River Dam Authority and currently serves as a reliable source of abundant energy used to power up the entire state read more arrow
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Situated in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the Gilcrease Museum is recognized as one of the premiere facilities for the preservation and study of the art and history of America. Each year, the museum is host to thousands of locals and tourists alike who would want to capture a glimpse into the rich historical and cultural heritage of this country read more arrow
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Situated along West Reno in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the Myriad Botanical Gardens is paradise right in the heart of the city. More than 1,000 different plant species from all over the world are housed in the gardens read more arrow
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Located in between Hefner Road and Northeast 122nd Street Northeast of Oklahoma City is Frontier City, the only amusement theme park in the entire state of Oklahoma. First opened to the general public back in 1958, Frontier City is the largest seasonal attraction in the entire state read more arrow
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The Cherokee Heritage Center is a four-acre wooded region located in Park Hill, near the city of Tahlequah in the state of Oklahoma, which has also been regarded as "The Seat of the Cherokee Nation." This non-profit museum and educational center was established by a group of Cherokee Indian visionaries to help in the preservation, promotion and education of the rich culture and historical heritage of the Cherokee Indian tribe, one of the dominant Native American tribes still in existence in the United States today read more arrow
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Situated right in Oklahoma City in Oklahoma, the Oklahoma City Zoo is a living museum and botanical garden which was primarily established in order to protect rare and endangered plant and animal species found in the United States and other parts of the world. The zoo has been recognized as one of the premiere zoological and botanical gardens in the world, giving locals and tourists alike the opportunity to mix educational and recreational opportunities in order to learn more about the different plant and animal species that have made the zoo their home and develop a concern for their preservation read more arrow
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The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum was founded back in 1955 and is currently the premiere institution where travelers from all over the world will learn about the rich tradition, culture and art of the West. Each year, millions of locals and tourist alike visit the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum to get a better understanding of the Wild West culture, which is a cornerstone of the American culture that the United States takes pride in read more arrow
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Oklahoma City Bricktown is located right in the heart of the Oklahoma City and is considered as the premiere Entertainment District in the state of Oklahoma. Once a warehouse neighborhood inhabited by blue collar employees and factories, the Oklahoma City Bricktown today is a vibrant display of shopping centers, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and sporting facilities read more arrow
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