Explore, experience and educate at the Oklahoma History Center
By Kristen / Producer
NE OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma History Center is an architectural masterpiece housing amazing historical artifacts from our states past. Explore many different fields of Oklahoma history including geology, aviation, and even art. In fact, there are more than 50 topics and 2,000 artifacts reflecting Oklahoma's inspiring and adventurous past. Lovers of the cinema can visit the "Oklahoma at the Movies" exhibit, which showcases and celebrates Oklahomans involvement in the motion picture industry. There's even something for golfers called the "Oklahoma Golf Legends" in honor of the US Senior Open and professionals who name Oak Tree National as their home course. The Oklahoma History Center is conveniently located on the northeast corner of N.E. 23rd & Lincoln Boulevard, across the street from the Oklahoma Capitol. Museum Hours Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission Adults: $7 Seniors (age 62+): $5 Students: $4 Click here for more details.
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