Oklahoma History Center

Description

Opened in late 2005, the Oklahoma History Center is a masterpiece of architecture and a state-of-the-art presentation of historical information. Five major galleries outline the state's development from prehistoric times to the present. Major exhibits deal with the state's 39 native tribes, Oklahoman's artistic and technical achievements, Land Runs and the settlement period, and the oil and gas industry. Multiple exhibits are also found on the grounds including the quarter-mile Red River Journey. Admission is charged.

Address

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Lat/Long

35.49322200, -97.49666600
Visit Website
(405) 521-2491

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