Oklahoma Top 10 Attractions

Oklahoma has had a rich history throughout the years, housing Native Americans and settlers for generations, with a significant number of Cherokee still living in the state. The state has historic wonders as well as an incredible range of outdoor experiences, from hiking to camping to boating to horseback riding or even going to enjoy a wildlife refuge. There are casinos for adults, family-friendly museums, zoos, and water parks for those with kids, and top cultural performances and exhibits. You can even follow the music trail or pick your activities from our list of the top 10 Oklahoma attractions so you don't miss anything.

Oklahoma City National Memorial
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1: Oklahoma City National Memorial

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Address: 620 N Harvey Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Walk through a beautiful museum that was built to honor those who were killed during Oklahoma City bombing in 1995. Join the exhibit walk-through where you will be guided through a chronological tour of what happened on that fateful day in April 19, 1995. The museum tour is so comprehensive and so thought provoking that it will leave you changed forever.

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum
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2: Oklahoma Route 66 Museum

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Address: 2229 W Gary Blvd, Clinton, OK 73601

The famous and iconic Route 66 is brought to life when you pay a visit to the fabulous Oklahoma Route 66 Museum. Here you will find a collection of vehicles and memorabilia that celebrate this world famous road. You will find some excellent displays and exhibitions to explore when you visit this unique museum and you can even enjoy the diner style design of the building in which the museum is housed. In addition to taking in the exhibitions you can also look forward to some great music to fit in with each of the exhibitions enabling you to experience the true spirit of Route 66.

Myriad Botanical Gardens

3: Myriad Botanical Gardens

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Address: 301 W Reno Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102

As you enter the Myriad Botanical Gardens you will discover a gorgeous place filled with thousands of different types of flowers and plants. This is the state's premier horticulture showcase and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Oklahoma. You can enjoy a fun and flower-filled day here by exploring the Art in the Gardens exhibit, and participating in some of the educational and informative adult and children's programs.

Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve
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4: Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve

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Address: 1925 Woolaroc Ranch Rd, Bartlesville, OK 74003

If you are looking for a truly unique experience that can be enjoyed by the whole family, this is an attraction that is well worth visiting. There is so much to see and do here, and you can take in history, unique surroundings, and natural beauty. There are some fabulous art collections to explore including American Indian art as well as Fine Art. The wildlife preserve spans 3,700 acres and you will be able to look forward to seeing a range of species as you explore including exotic birds and animals. Even the lodge itself is a big hit amongst visitors and offers its own unique history.

Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
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5: Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

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Address: 2401 Chautauqua Ave, Norman, OK 73072

Situated on the campus of the University of Oklahoma, this fascinating natural history museum has become a very popular attraction. There are many excellent natural history displays and collections to explore with millions of objects that form these collections. You will find five galleries to explore in total and you can enjoy the chance to delve into the natural history of Oklahoma when you pay a visit to this attraction. This is a fun, fascinating and educational experience that is ideal for both adults and children.

Oklahoma Travel Guide

Oklahoma has had a rich history throughout the years, housing Native Americans and settlers for generations, with a significant number of Cherokee still living in the state. The state has historic wonders as well as an incredible range of outdoor experiences,...

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