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Stories, spirits triumphs and tragedy. The Oklahoma History Center is your opportunity to experience Oklahoma's inspiring and adventurous past. Located on 18 acres across from the Capital building, the History Center is a beautifully designed, self-guided exploration of Oklahoma - past to present. Within our 215,000 square-foot learning center are five extraordinary, state-of-the-art galleries housing multiple hands-on audio, video and computer activities.
800 Nazih Zuhdi Dr
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
Our indoor range offers 16 of the widest shooting lanes around. Our range allows you to use traditional or compound bows as well as crossbows. Archers will also enjoy shooting at our unique indoor 3D range featuring over 20 targets that represent the state of Okahoma. Our 10,000 square foot facility is conveniently located off of Main Street (Route 66) in downtown Yukon. Archery Traditions of Oklahoma also includes a traditional pro shop for all of your archery needs.
Yukon, Oklahoma 73099
The American Banjo Museum is a $5 million, world-class 21,000 sq foot facility honoring the rich history, vibrant spirit and unlimited future of the banjo. The museum’s collection contains more than 400 instruments, recordings, film, video, printed music, instructional materials, ephemera and memorabilia associated with the banjo. The museum contains the largest collection in the world of banjos on public display.
9 E. Sheridan
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104
If you’re looking for fun things to do in Oklahoma City, the Boathouse District offers some of OKC’s top attractions. Get on the water with rowing, kayaking, dragon boating or stand up paddle boarding. Reach for the sky with RIVERSPORT Adventures where you’ll find the 700-foot SandRidge Sky Zip across the Oklahoma River, the six-story SandRidge Sky Trail, the 80-ft Rumble Drop free fall, a high speed spiral slide and more!
725 S. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73129
The Oklahoma Black Museum and Performing Arts Center was established in 2008 by Ms. Rosetta Funches. Annually, the OBMAPAC offers a variety of exhibits, cultural programs and publications to visitors of all ethnicities, ages and backgrounds. We encourage the education of anyone interested in learning about the contributions of African Americans to the arts and to history.
4701 N. Lincoln
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
Welcome to Armstrong Auditorium, the premier concert events and performing arts theater in Edmond and greater Oklahoma City. If you are looking for things to do in Edmond or Oklahoma City, you've come to the right place! We present world-class performing arts concerts and a spectacular archaeological exhibit is on display in the Grand Lobby. Come visit us today!
14400-B S. Bryant Road
Edmond, Oklahoma 73034
Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art serves over 130,000 visitors annually. The Museum’s collection covers a period of five centuries with highlights in European and American art from the nineteenth through twenty-first centuries, a growing collection of contemporary art, and a comprehensive collection of glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly.
415 Couch Drive
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73101
Let us guide you through a world-class experience at Wilshire Gun with our date night and group packages. All packages come with everything you need! Food, targets, firearms, ammo, basic training on firearms handling, drinks after and a personal concierge to guide you through High Caliber Entertainment. Check out which package fits your entertainment needs, and come experience Wilshire Gun tonight!
615 W. Wilshire Blvd
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116
Located just three miles east of Downtown Oklahoma City, James E. Stewart Golf Course is in everyone's neighborhood. Our 9 holes of golf lends itself to every player's level of skill. We have a full service restaurant that can meet your every food and beverage need. Our partnership with the First Tee of Oklahoma City has introduced hundreds of new players to the game of golf. You are certain to enjoy the challenge of James E. Stewart Golf Course.
824 Frederick Douglass Ave
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73117
Created in 2001, the deadCenter Film Festival taps into the thriving global film community by providing a competitive platform for independent filmmakers, as well as a dynamic educational forum. Having grown from a one venue, one weekend festival, deadCenter is now nationally-recognized and has landed on the pages of the New York Times, Variety, The Boston Globe and many other major publications.
726 W Sheridan Ave
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102