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Oklahoma City has undergone $1 billion worth of renovations and new development, including revitalizing the downtown and historic Bricktown areas, plus projects along the Oklahoma..
Two urban masterpieces tie for a position on list of Oklahoma wonders.
When Art Deco architecture was born in the 1920s, Tulsa was a city booming with oil wealth. Art Deco became the..
Enid, Okla. is a community worth bragging about, but don’t take our word for it
February 2007 – Garfield County was ranked the “8th best place to live in rural America ” by..
Fort Sill is home to Geronimo’s gravesite and the largest military museum in the country.
Founded by General Philip Sheridan during a winter campaign against the Southern Plains tribes..
The largest contiguous district on the National Register of Historic Places is in Guthrie, Okla.
Guthrie's beauty and grace befit the optimism as the first state capitol of the new 46th..
From the best antique shopping to the largest bull sharks in captivity – Jenks, Okla. has it all
You’re invited to visit Jenks, an antique lover's paradise just minutes from Tulsa...
Grand Lake, one of Oklahoma’s most popular recreation and vacation destinations, owes its creation to a very ambitious engineering feat more than 65 years ago, historic Pensacola Dam...
Ponca City, Okla. has it all - oil barons, rich American Indian history, small town charm and more
Wild, exuberant, fabulous - a journey through Ponca City is a journey through time. Ponca..
Bartlesville’s Price Tower not only changed the horizon of the Oklahoma landscape, but also the world of architecture. The building, which was completed in 1956, is the only skyscraper..
America’s most cherished road, Route 66, might have just celebrated its 80th birthday, but it still remains a timeless cultural fixture. Since 1926, Oklahoma’s stretch of Route 66 has..
The first time you set eyes on the massive salt plains in northwest Oklahoma, you get the eerie feeling that you are either seeing a mirage or entering some kind of lunar landscape. The..
The Salt Plains National Refuge offers some of the best and most unique bird watching in the world
The Salt Plains are one of only 17 Western Hemisphere shorebird reserves in the nation..
The 140-acre Spiro Mounds Archaeological Park in southeast Oklahoma near Poteau holds the key to a Native American culture that inhabited the area from A.D. 600 to 1450. A mile-long trail..
Oklahoman Lt. General Thomas P. Stafford achieved the highest military rank of all astronauts. The Thomas P. Stafford Air and Space Museum chronicles the life and career of Weatherford..
With an impressive resume that boasts “the nation’s first wildlife refuge,” the Wichita Mountains definitely earn a place on the list of Oklahoma’s top wonders.
The range, one of..
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