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Things to do in Oklahoma   U.S.A

Started Feb-15 by Gimmie Chocolate Shorty (TOILETHEA1); 93 views.

Best Things to Do in Oklahoma

Oklahoma City Museum of Art

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is a museum in Oklahoma City that features a variety of art styles in both permanent exhibits and temporary exhibit spaces. The museum has one of the most impressive collections of Chihuly glass in the world, which includes a 55-foot Memorial Tower in the atrium that is dedicated to Eleanor Blake Kirkpatrick.

Philbrook Museum of Art

The Philbrook Museum of Art is an art museum and cultural center that has two properties in Tulsa. The main museum is located in a 1920s Italian Renaissance villa that was home to Oklahoma oil man Waite Phillips and his wife. The home itself is impressive, however the art collection is one of the best in the state 
Chickasaw Cultural Center
The Chickasaw Cultural Center is an impressive center that celebrates the culture and heritage of the Chickasaw people. It also has an interactive exhibit center known as the Chikasha Poya Exhibit Center.
 Will Rogers Memorial Museum
The Will Rogers Memorial Museum is a museum in Claremore that is dedicated to the life and career of the famous entertainer Will Rogers. The centerpiece of the museum is a well-known sculpture of Rogers by artist Jo Davidson, which has a Will Rogers quote carved into its base.
The Cave House, Oklahoma
The Cave House is a uniquely designed home near downtown Tulsa that offers weekend tours to curious locals and tourists. The home was decorated by owners Linda and Kate Collier and the decorations and furnishings are largely fashioned from recycled objects that the mother-daughter pair have found.
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