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Things to do in Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma City National Memorial &MuseumOklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
    The biggest memorial of its kind in the country, the Oklahoma City National Memorial was created to commemorate the lives of the people involved in the terrible bombing that took the city, country and world by surprise on April 19, 1995.  Giving distinguished honor to the victims, rescuers, survivors and all people whose lives were changed or affected by the horrific events of that fateful day.  The memorial was signed into existence by President Clinton on October 9, 1997 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places immediately, as is the usual case.  The museum and the Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism are housed in the former Journal Record Building on the northern side of the grounds.  It was officially dedicated on April 19, 2000.  Set on 3.3 acres, the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial contains many unique memorials and monuments.  The Gates of Time are identical gates made of bronze that frame the exact moment of destruction; 9:02, and are the formal entrance into the memorial.  9:01 is on the eastern gate, and 9:03 is found on the west gate.  The east gate represents the last seconds of peace and the western, the first seconds of recovery.  Next is the Reflecting Pool which is a thin layer of water that flows over a black granite block that allows the visitor to see his or her reflection and the reflection is that of a person that has been affected by domestic terrorism.  The Field of Empty Chairs are hand made of stone, glass and bronze; 168 representing the lives of those lost.  The chairs represent the people who died on the various floors, and each name is inscribed in the glass bottom, also symbolizing the empty dinner chairs at family tables.  The nineteen small chairs are for the children killed and three unborn babies names are listed beneath their mothers names.  The Survivors' Wall is the only part left of the building and included numerous panels of granite taken from the ruins and inscribed with the 800 survivors names.  The Survivor Tree is an American elm that sat on the north side in the parking lot and was a favorite spot to get early to keep the sun off the cars.

  • Martin Park Nature Center
    Martin Park Nature Center is set on 140 beautiful acres with grassy areas and three streams flowing through it.  The streams are bordered by majestic trees that are home to winter, migrating and nesting land birds.  Within the park is a prairie dog town, and burrowing owls are in the process of getting a place for them.  Barn, barred and great horned owls make their homes in the park's trees, and no venomous  snakes are found.  The large nuts of the bur oak tree are almost as big as chicken eggs.  Teaching is one of the main thrusts of the staff here, hoping to educate both adults and children about the wonderful park and all the various natives within.  Many trails have been established so that visitors can enjoy and marvel in the fantastic park; that is free to all who come here.  Without the nature center, 3.5 miles of trails criss cross the grasslands and woods, including one for wheelchairs.  It is one of those naturally beautiful places that will renew, invigorate and lift your spirits.

  • Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens
    In the northeast corner of the city, the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden sit on 110 acres of prime land, with over 1700 different animals making their home here.  The cat forest and lion overlook is  located on 4.2 acres, with 9 species of wild cats including snow leopards, lions and tigers; plus over 4000 plants that are native to their environments.  The great escape is on 6 acres and contains 18 animals including a family of orangutans, two troops of gorillas and a community of chimpanzees; with many rainforest plants.  The aquaticus is another area within the zoo and contains 1500 aquatic creatures including coral and California sea lions.  The island life holds species from around the world, such as Abaco Island boas, Galapagos tortoises, Esteban Island chuckwalla lizards and Caribbean flamingos; plus a herpetarium with 80 exhibits.  The butterfly garden is 21,000 square feet and is home to a great number of butterflies, including; the Painted Lady, the giant Swallowtail, Eastern Black Swallowtail and Monarch butterfly with over 15,000 plants to help them thrive.  Opened in 2007, the Oklahoma trails is on 7.7 acres and showcases animals that are native to the Oklahoma area.  These include; owls, black bears, skunks, alligators, bison, bats, beavers, two dozen snakes and more.  There is also a carousel, swan paddleboats, climbing wall, sea lion show, 2 small trains and a safari tram.

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Philbrook Museum of ArtPhilbrook Museum of Art Tulsa, Oklahoma
Once the home of oil pioneer and magnate Waite Phillips and wife Genevieve, this Italian Renaissance villa was finished in 1927; showcasing 72 rooms on 23 acres of beautifully manicured gardens and lawns.  The exquisite gardens were replicated from the Villa Lante estate north of Rome during the 16th century.  The entire estate was given to the city in 1938, hoping that it would become a place for culture and art.  The original steel  and concrete framework was a perfect place for a museum, with little remodeling needed and many wonderful furnishings and other works of art were already housed there.  It was opened as a museum in 1939, with wonderful exhibits from around the world, with one of the best collections of Baroque and Renaissance art and sculpture in the nation.  Included are works from; Bernardo Strozzi, Piero di Cosimo, Tanzio da Varallo and Biagio d'Antonio da Firenze.  There are other 19th century European masters including; Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot and William-Adolphe Bouguereau and Americans Levi Wells Prentice, Thomas Moran and William Merritt Chase.  It is quite well known for its excellent African and Native American collections.

Gilcrease Museum
The best and biggest collection of the American west is housed at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, with an increasing collection of artifacts and art from South and Central America.  Named after oilman and collector Thomas Gilcrease, the collection is a plethora of the western United States.  Gilcrease was a Creek Indian and the government gave public land that had belonged to the tribes of the area to private citizens.  Each person was given a 160 acre plot, and Thomas' was just south of Tulsa, and incredibly ended up being part of a huge oilfield.  Starting the Gilcrease Oil Company, he was able to travel extensively and began collecting art of the great West, prideful of his Native American heritage.  He collected western art when it wasn't interested in and soon had a large collection.  Among them are the works of Thomas Moran, Albert Bierdtadt, Joseph Henry Sharp, Frederic Remington, John James Audubon, Charles Marion Russell and Alexandre Hogue.

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Enterprise Car Rentals Meridian
- 3200 S. Meridian Ave.
Tulsa Airport Enterprise Car Rentals - 7777 E. Apache St.
2nd St. Enterprise Rental Cars - 100 E. 2nd Street

Restaurants in Oklahoma
  • Cocina De Mino
    The Cocina De Mino restaurante Mexicano serves the best Tex-Mex cuisine in the city and state.  It is so much of a favorite in the city of Oklahoma, that there are 4 locations.  With outstanding service and home made delicacies, it has become synonymous with exotic spicy food that is delicious and filling.  The service is second to none and is a showcase of Tex-Mex dishes.  Here are some samplings from the extensive menu; with appetizers, soups, postres, tamales, salads, tacos, fajitas, burritos, enchiladas, combinations and chimichangas.  A few tantalizing appetizers include; botana,  which is grilled tomatoes and onions, fried jalapenos and sliced avocado; or chicken taquitos with sour cream; or shrimp cocktail; also nachos, quesadillas and fajtias.  Specialties include; carne asada, which is thinly sliced beef sirloin with papas rancheras, refried beans, guacamole, sour cream and pico de gallo; pollo Monterey is a 6 ounce grilled chicken breast with sour cream sauce, rice and mixed vegetables; camarones de Cozumel is shrimp, chicken and pico de gallo sautéed in spicy butter sauce then placed on top of rice with guacamole, sour cream and pico de gallo.  They also specialize in flautas de pollo which are two flautas stuffed with chicken and covered with salsa ranchera and cheese, served with rice, refried beans, guacamole and sour cream; percado Vera Cruz or tacos de pescado is your choice of fillet or tacos; the tilapia fillet and onions are grilled with their special spices and served with rice, guacamole, pico de gallo and choice of grilled mixed veggies or side salad.  There is so much more on the menu for you to peruse that you should go to the restaurant and see the marvelous food and then decide while sipping on their great margaritas.

  • Mickey Mantle Steakhouse
    Located in downtown Oklahoma City, Mickey Mantle's steakhouse is across from the ballpark and on the canal.  One of the best restaurants in the city and for certain one of the best steakhouses around, the decor is memorabilia of the Yankees' great outfielder and Oklahoma legend.  A few of the marvelous appetizers are; jumbo shrimp cocktail, grilled tequila shrimp, fried pickle chips, baked herb bousin cheese or potato crusted calamari; soups include; lobster bisque and soup of the day; salads are; insalata caprese which is seasonal; beefsteak tomato salad with vinaigrette, red onion and blue cheese crumbles and Mickey's chopped salad with mixed greens, salami, hearts of palm, red onion, goat cheese and Italian vinaigrette.  Steaks and chops include; prime cowboy cut rib eye 22 ounces; prime New York strip 16 ounces; tournedos béarnaise; tenderloin tips trio is grilled tenderloin tips with three distinct sauces or Roquefort filet which is a filet 7 or 10 ounces with Roquefort sauce and another is veal chop with button mushroom sauce.  Seafood includes are; grilled redfish with jumbo lump crab, cedar plank salmon, shrimp scampi and jumbo lump crab, or king and turf which is a filet and Alaskan king crab legs.

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  • Beaver Bend State ParkBeavers Bend State Park Broken Bow Oklahoma
    Just north of Broken Bow is the Beaver Bend Resort Park or state park with beautiful views of the area and lakes, with wonderful opportunities to see some great animals.  One of these is the eagle that is best seen between November and February, with many others available all year round.  Trout fishing is fantastic here, with plenty of chances to learn fly fishing.  They have guided horseback rides and hayrides all through the summer months; as well as a naturalist and well stocked nature center that offers a great number of outdoor activities for the visitor.  Campfires along the Mountain Fork river, canoeing, nature hikes, boating, arts and crafts classes, bumper boat rides, bingo, nature films, astronomy outings, jet skiing, sunset hikes, water sports and other sports venues like golf, mini golf, archery and tennis.  With numerous trails, hiking, biking or running are all great choices to try here as these trails meander across ridges, through great stands of trees, over creek bottoms and remote areas that will help you understand what it was like for the early explorers that ventured here so many years ago.  The Forest Heritage Center's museum is alive with historical documents, books, periodicals, wood art, antique forestry tools and other items that are related to the forest industry.

  • Broken Bow Lake
    Broken Bow Lake is located in southeastern Oklahoma on the Mountain Fork River, and north of Broken Bow.  It is one of the biggest lakes in the state and a great favorite of locals and visitors; especially from Texas.  Stretching 22 miles into the Ouachita Mountain country, the magnificent beauty and panoramic vistas are very special to the many naturalists and enthusiasts that come to the area for bird watching, fishing, swimming, boating, kayaking, canoeing and many other wonderful venues.  Near the lake is the former settlement for the Choctaw Indians in the early 1800s, known as Hochatown.  This is the hub of the state's great lumber business.  The lake is a reservoir created by the Flood Control Act of 1958 and another in 1967.

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Avis Rental Cars Edmond - 911A S. Broadway

  • Marland EstateMarland Estate Ponca City, Oklahoma
    Dubbed the Palace on the Prairie, this Renaissance mansion is the former home of E. W. Marland;  an oil man that made his fortune in the oil fields of Oklahoma.  The home is 43,561 square feet huge.  He was also the tenth governor of the state.  It was one of the first indoor swimming pools located in the house, and the estate had over 8 acres of formal gardens.  This National Historic Landmark is a 55 room estate built in the 1920s, at a phenomenal cost of $5.5 million with gold leaf vaulted ceilings, wood mantels, hand carved stone and Waterford crystal chandeliers.  There are other buildings on the 30 acres estate, including; Bryant Baker Gallery, Lydie's Cottage and the Marland Oil Museum.  Showcasing three kitchens, leather lined elevator, 12 bathrooms, fancy 24 karat gold leaf covered ceiling in the ballroom, 10 bedrooms and 7 fireplaces, this is a magnificent example of the decadence and opulence of wealthy people in the early years of the 20 century.  The Bryant Baker studio is located on the grounds of the Marland estate.  The sculptor of the Pioneer Woman Statue in Ponca City, died in 1970 in New York City and all his works were sent to this gallery.  He created over a 100 sculptures during his lifetime and this collection includes 44 pieces of plaster and bronze busts and model sized statues.

  • Will Rogers Museum
    Will Rogers, was born near Claremore, Oklahoma in 1879 and went on to become one of the most famous men of his time, in the early 20th century in this country.  Most of his memorabilia is located here reflecting the marvelous life of this humorist that was also a movie star, radio personality, cowboy, comedian, writer, social philosopher, speaker, satirist, trick roper and even a Presidential candidate.  When he suddenly died in 1935, the world and especially this country was in shock.  One famous quip of his reflected his Cherokee Indian ancestry, "My ancestors didn't come over on the Mayflower, but they did meet the boat."  Growing up in the wild Oklahoma territory of the late 19th century, he learned to use the rope or lariat; then onto the circus, next vaudeville, the Ziegfield Follies and finally a movie contract.  He was nominated for the democratic candidate for president but was beaten in the fourth ballot by Franklin Roosevelt.  The museum was built in Claremore in 1938 to show the world his memories, writings and other memorabilia that was Will Rogers.  The almost 17,000 square foot structure looks down on the Tiawah Valley on 20 acres of land Will bought for his retirement.  It is also 12 miles from the Dog Iron Ranch where he was born in Oolagah Oklahoma and 28 miles east of Tulsa.

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  • Cherokee Heritage Museum Cherokee Heritage Center Oklahoma
    This is a museum dedicated to the honor and glory of the least known people in North America; the original tribal women; Cherokee.  The society of the Cherokee was characterized by seven mother-descent clans.  Gathering in a seven sided hut, women and men made up the tribe's council, and the main chief elected.  The most supreme example of democracy, and it was destroyed, along with their beautiful heritage, culture and way of life.  Not a very proud moment in the history of this country or the history of mankind, but it unfortunately has happened over the course of human civilization, and most probably will until the end.  The Beloved woman was the main speaker for the women's council; but as the European hordes conquered the land, many of the Cherokee women inter-married, adopting the white man's ways; including the disenfranchise of women.  They, the Cherokees were slowly forced to farm, as the same time that their lands were being robbed, bought for pennies or gotten through the marriage.  The trail of tears, or the trail where the women cried, is a prime example of the horrendous callousness that these people were treated to by the European invaders.  During the 1830s, over 10,000 Cherokees were forced to move westward.  The first lands were sold during the early 1700s, small plots here and there; while the tribe vehemently opposed the sales, declaring that the white man would never be happy or content.  Wanting and getting more and more, the Cherokees were forced to leave.  During the journey west, many died, although no one knew how many or really cared; they were after all savages, right?  In the Treaty of New Echota, the U. S. government never has paid the $5 million it promised the Cherokee for their lands.

  • Henryetta Territorial Museum
    This building was built in 1905, and was a one room school; later becoming the first library, then First Presbyterian Church, VFW and American Legion headquarters, Boy Scout house and finally a Red Cross headquarters during World War II.  It is the official home of the Joseph W. Hardin photo collection.  Hardin was the first photographer for Governor Bill Murray and the Frisco Railroad.  He was asked to presidential inaugurals for four decades and worked at one time on the Panama Canal.  It also houses the 16 time world champion cowboy and mechanical bull inventor Jim Shoulders' 1955 championship saddle and artifacts; as well as oil drilling, coal mining and other historical items that have made this a rather unique little museum.

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Dollar Rental Car Meridian - 3300 S. Meridian
Dollar Rental Car Tulsa Intl Airport - 7777 E. Apache

  • Turner Falls ParkTurner Falls Park Oklahoma
    Hidden within the Arbuckle Mountains of Oklahoma, the Turner Falls Park is a wonderful place to take your family and enjoy the beauty and natural wonders of this country.  Considered to be one of the three most fantastic wonders of our country, besides the Grand Canyon and Black Hills, the fabulous region brings numerous springs from the Arbuckle Mountains into Honey Creek which in turn cascades down a 77 foot waterfall into a natural swimming hole that has made this the biggest waterfall in the state and the most popular to visit.  There are many picnic areas, geological wonders, caves, trails and two natural swimming pools.  It is widely known and publicized as a natural school room for geology students and naturalists from around the world.  Besides the magnificent waterfall, there is a natural castle, 3 caves, sandy beaches, hiking trails, cabins, novelty shops, bath houses, swimming areas, rock formations and trout fishing.  You can canoe, kayak, boat, hike, bike, walk, run, jog in this 1500 acre wonderland.

  • Five Civilized Tribes Museum
    The museum is devoted to the culture, history and art of the Seminole, Creek or Muscogee, Cherokee, Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes; otherwise known as the five civilized tribes.  Housed in the Union Indian Agency in Muskcogee, Oklahoma, this building was first created in 1875 to house the Superintendent of the five tribes.  It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and while the superintendent took care of business downstairs, his family lived upstairs.  President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the bill that created the museum, and it was incorporated in 1955.  It opened its doors to the public in 1966, without using any government funds.  Several collections are on permanent display, while others are rotated.  There are beautiful works of art by McCombs, Joan Hill, Jerome Tiger, Beaver, Stone, Seabourn, Narcomey, Saul and Anderson; all Native American artists.

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Oklahoma City Alamo Car Rental - 3120 S. Meridian
Alamo Car Rental Tulsa Intl Airport
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