Are you Oklahoma bound
Oklahoma City: Founded in 1889, the state capital, Oklahoma City, was built on the proceeds of an early-1900s oil boom.
Oklahoma State Capitol: Oklahoma's first capital was in fact Guthrie, itself worth investigating for its collection of late 19th- and early 20th-century commercial architecture.
University of Oklahoma: Located in the suburb of Norman, the University of Oklahoma stands not just as a seat of learning.
Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art: The university is also home to the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.
Science Museum Oklahoma: The Science Museum Oklahoma in the state's capital is one of the largest museums of its kind in the nation.
Oklahoma City National Memorial:Without doubt the city's most poignant landmark is the Oklahoma City National Memorial.
Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum: The memorial complex extends to a museum, which features numerous exhibits and artifacts related to the Oklahoma City domestic terrorist bombing.
Myriad Botanical Gardens: Oklahoma City's very own oasis, the Myriad Botanical Gardens is a verdant interactive park for residents, families, and visitors.
Oklahoma City Zoo: Animal lovers will find themselves in their element at Oklahoma City Zoo.
American Banjo Museum: Oklahoma City's American Banjo Museum will strike a chord with anyone interested in this iconic musical instrument.