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Or at least some of it.

Welcome to Oklahoma City

There are many things to do in Oklahoma City. Below is a short list of what we find interesting. Yes, you can even visit the Oklahoma City National Memorial (this page may change without notice, no official page has been established yet).

Kirkpatrick Planetarium - Show schedules and planetary highlights.

National Cowboy Hall of Fame - Come learn about the "old west" and its cowboys, modern rodeo professionals, see the amazing artwork like the "End of the Trail" sculpture, and even John Wayne.

The 45th Infantry Division Museum - A museum honoring those who served in the 45th Infantry Division, the Oklahoma National Guard and the Oklahoma militia after statehood.

The Harm Homestead and 1889er Museum - One of the few properties open to the public that remain from Oklahoma's Territorial years of 1889 to 1907.

The Oklahoma City Zoo - The Oklahoma City Zoo brings all of the world's most rare and exotic animals close to home.

Frontier City - Saddle up for some good ol' Wild West fun at Frontier City. Come enjoy the concerts, Oktoberfest, and Fright Fest.

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