Oklahoma Historical Society and State Museum of History

Interesting
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 differentiates the 68 tribes forced to migrate to Oklahoma in the late 19C. Unique exhibits include a bison-hide tepee, a wagon used in two land runs, Indian murals and historic quilts.

Useful information

Address : 

2100 N. Lincoln Blvd.

Phone:

+1 405-521-2491

Price:

free of charge

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