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Big-sky country begins in central Oklahoma, where the Southern Plains start their majestic roll to the Pacific Ocean. Novelist Washington Irving rode across these prairies in 1828 in search of adventure -- and travelers find it still. Oklahoma City, the largest in the state, is an easy-going patchwork of city and country, both down-home and cosmopolitan. The 1889 Opening of the Unassigned Lands, better known as the Land Rush, brought farmers, entrepreneurs and dreamers from all over the world here to stake their claims to brand-new towns -- ones that grew from handfuls of railroad workers to towns of 100,000 overnight. The population was a heady mix, and still is today. Each year Oklahoma City hosts the Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival, the world's largest powwow, as well as Asian, Greek and Hispanic festivals filled with traditional music, food and dancing. Czech farmers planted wheat farms in Oklahoma Territory -- and inaugurated colorful festivals in Prague and Yukon, where Czech delicacies like kolaches and kielbasa sausage are celebrated.

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Gardiner Art Gallery

The departmental art gallery first opened in 1965

Stillwater, OK Arts

Territory Town Museum

Walk along the boardwalk in Territory Town and look into the store fronts of the old western town. The museum exhibits include Civil War relics, Wells Fargo items, Indian artifacts, western memorabilia, and souvenirs.

Okemah, OK Museums

Alpha Schoolhouse

The Alpha Schoolhouse was moved to the Frontier Country Historical Society Museum in Crescent, Oklahoma during the autumn of 2005. The community of Alpha was nine miles west and one mile north of Kingfisher. The Post Office opened November 7, 1893 and remained open until December 14, 1903. It'

Crescent, OK Historic Schoolhouses

Sam Noble-Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

In 1899, the Territorial Legislature of the future state of Oklahoma mandated the founding of a natural history museum on the campus of the University of the Territory of Oklahoma in Norman, now the University of Oklahoma. The 195,000

Norman, OK Museums

Lake Thunderbird State Park Cabins

There are 8 one room lake huts offering a view of the lake and a cross between primitive and semi-modern camping conditions. Located in the Little Axe camping area, there are 3

, OK Cabins


Okemah Golf Club

Okemah boasts one of the finest golf courses in the area. Our nine-hole golf course is the site of many hours of family fun for local residents. Golfers from area communities are attracted to this course and impressed by its caliber. Built by volunteers in 1991

Okemah, OK Golf Courses

Wewoka Lake

Wewoka Lake is open all year and provides a host of water activities, including water skiing, boating, sailing, fishing, and swimming. The lake as a surface area of 500 acres and is surrounded by a beautiful 10

Wewoka, OK Recreation

Kee-Tilghman-Erwin House

National Register of Historic Places Built in 1898 by O.B. Kee, this mansard-roofed home was purchased in 1901 by famed Deputy U.S. Marshal, William Mathew "Bill" Tilghman, Lincoln County homesteader, sheriff, state senator, and one of the territorial lawmen known as the "Three Guardsmen."

Chandler, OK Historic Homes

Crystal Theater, 1921 - 2000

When the Crystal Theatre was remodeled in 1931, it was modeled after Tulsa'

Okemah, OK Theatres

United Design

United Design is one of the world's largest makers of figurines. Visitors can see more than 5,000 designs at the factory located south of Norman in Noble. Watch as artisans and craftsmen complete animals from several of the collections, including "Stone Critters"

Noble, OK Tours

Arcadia Lake Trails

Arcadia Lake has excellent opportunities for those who like to go mountain biking, hiking, and horseback riding. Totaling 17 miles of beautiful landscape and scenery, there'

, OK Hiking Trails

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