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The Oklahoma Railway Museum, open year-round Thu - Sat from 9 am to 4 pm and there is no admission charge to tour the grounds. 40-minute excursion trains are also offered 1st & 3rd Saturdays Apr-Aug
The Museum is just East of Martin Luther King Avenue on N.E. 36th street, South of Remington Park, Omniplex, and the Oklahoma City Zoo.
The American Banjo Museum houses the largest collection of banjos on public display in the world with interpretive displays that present the history of the banjo from its humble African roots through its heyday
The National Softball Hall of Fame is the ultimate goal for any player, coach, umpire or administrator who aspire to greatness in the sport.
Step through the front door of the Edmond Historical Society Museum and you immediately enter the community's history.
Edmond's beginnings are attributed to the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, which built its line south through the Unassigned Lands in the 1880s.
Through its growing collections, diverse exhibitions, and programs, the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art creates opportunities for the University family, the people of Oklahoma, and our national and international audiences.
Step back in time at the Historic Harn Homestead Museum. Learn about the territorial life of Oklahoma. This beautiful outdoor museum is original Land Run property and home to some of the most unique treasures of Oklahoma’s past.
The Museum of Osteology is a unique educational experience. Focusing on the form and function of the skeletal system, this museum displays hundreds of skulls and skeletons from all corners of the world.
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum preserves and interprets the evolving history and cultures of the American West for the education & enrichment of its diverse audiences of adults and children.
Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art serves over 130,000 visitors annually from all 50 states and over 30 foreign countries and presents exhibitions drawn from throughout the world.
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum stands as a celebrated example of a living monument to honor those who were killed, those who survived the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.
Founded in 1927, the Oklahoma Hall of Fame was created to honor Oklahomans who had given outstanding service to the state during their lifetime.
Located on 18 acres across from the Capital building, the History Center is a beautifully designed, self-guided exploration of Oklahoma - past to present.
The Oklahoma WONDERtorium - a children's museum where WONDER grows.
A lot has happened since the museum was founded way back in 1958. The museum itself has evolved, the world's understanding of science has grown in leaps and bounds, even our name has changed.
The Sam Noble Museum at The University of Oklahoma inspires minds to understand the world through collection-based research, interpretation, and education.
Omniplex was established in 1958 as the Oklahoma Science and Arts Foundation with a mission to improve the cultural and educational standards of Oklahoma City.