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Things To Do in Oklahoma
Oklahoma has a large and varied state park system that attracts residents and tourists alike. There are 35 state parks in Oklahoma, and they incorporate a variety of natural features such as caves, forests, lakes, and sand dunes. This provides opportunity for plenty of outdoor activities.
College sports lovers are spoiled for choice when it comes to events and stadiums with several major teams playing at the University of Oklahoma, University of Tulsa, and Oklahoma State University. Don't be fooled, though, there are also plenty of cultural and historical attractions in this wonderful state.
Myriad Botanical Gardens (Oklahoma City): Even the most cosmopolitan city dweller needs some time in nature. This 15 acre botanical garden provides an opportunity to spend time with incredible plant life without having to leave the city. Dog owners will enjoy the off-leash dog park, and kids can enjoy the splash fountain and the dedicated children's garden.
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum (Oklahoma City): Explore the legends of cowboys, Indians, and how the American west developed at this museum. Both adults and children are welcome to enjoy the events and activities.
Philbrook Museum of Art (Tulsa): This elegant museum showcases artwork from around the world. The building is a work of art itself, modeled after an Italian-style villa.
Woody Guthrie Center (Tulsa): Folk music lovers rejoice! Learn about the life of folk music pioneer Woody Guthrie at this museum created in his honor. But the museum doesn't just focus on Woody... it also features exhibits depicting other important periods of folk, popular, and rock music history.