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Hosts art shows, musicals, recitals, receptions and
Honors the rich history,
vibrant spirit and unlimited future of the banjo.
Collection of historic pigeon equipment: clocks, bands, trophies, plaques, paintings and photographs.
Offers a glimpse into
early day Beaver County and the beginnings of the town.
Collections specialize in material culture of the
Caddo people, from pre-Contact to present day.
Presents the history of Catoosa from the 1800’s, focusing on the railroad.
Tells stories of settlement on the Cherokee Strip.
Honors and preserves the history and traditions of the Chickasaw people.
Preserves the history, art and culture of the Chisholm Trail and the American West.
history of the Chisholm Trail.
Historic symbol of almost
two centuries of the Choctaw Nation’s commitment to education.
Celebrate and preserve the rich circus heritage
and tradition in Hugo, OK.
Serves to educate tribal members and the public through diverse cultural materials.
Manages the historic, 150-acre Wintersmith Park, as well as numerous others in the community.
Preserving the history of Cleveland County.
Provides a better understanding of the Comanche people through cultural items and history about the tribe.
Celebrates the success of a
company born from the early days of a kerosene distributer to an international
Preserves the history and people of Cotton County
for future generations.
Collection of antique automobiles restored by
Correll, bottles, newspapers, rocks and gems.
Collection of antique
automobiles restored by Correll, bottles, newspapers, rocks and gems.
Collects, cares for, and makes available books and memorabilia relating to the early days of Christian Science.
Showcases photographs, cultural items and religious objects to explain and preserve the history of the Lenape people.
Showcases fine art, but is an architectural masterpiece in its own right. The grounds tell the story of the Marland Family, and the oil boom that made Ponca City what it is today.
Recreated post office,
general store, printing office, doctor's office with information on Indian
history as well as train and military items.
Exhibits cover Edmond’s history from prehistoric times to the present.
Unique collections of gems, natural art, Indian
artifacts, oriental artifacts and much more.
culture and history of the Five Civilized Tribes – Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw,
Cherokee and Seminole.
Educates about Fort Supply and northwest
Oklahoma through the preservation and interpretation of its historic resources.
Interprets the knowledge of the Phillips family to preserve and perpetuate the history of Oklahoma.
Provides a dynamic environment where people can
discover meaning, pleasure and value in art.
Tells Oklahoma’s history through high-tech, interactive exhibits that celebrate the state’s most accomplished individuals.
Facility developed to enhance decision making and inspire the next generation of leaders.
Preserves and studies American art and history with collections from the American West, Native Americans and more.
Grady County history, including early historical documents, records of early pioneers, railroads and more.
Museum and library of the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, of the State of Oklahoma.
Collects, preserves, and interprets the social, cultural and economic history of South-Central Oklahoma.
An outdoor museum with artifacts from the earliest days of our nation’s founding.
Outdoor museum located on original Land Run property that is home to unique collections of Oklahoma’s past.
Contains collections and historic buildings from
the late 1800s through the 1950s.
Preserves the history of Fort Reno through over
25 historic structures, exhibits and displays.
The 1,100 acre site of the climatic engagement of
the Civil War in Indian Territory has six walking trails with a total of 55
Honors the world’s finest athletes in gymnastics by featuring original portraits of each inductee, and a library and video collection.
Contains the single largest collection of guns in the world, as well as swords, knives, Civil War artifacts and more.
Family destination where children can role-play in a variety of career opportunities and discover a world of fun through interactive play.
Honors Oklahoma’s greatest sports figures.
Committed to the preservation of historical
materials illustrative of political discourse, making them available for
academic and professional use.
Filled with memorabilia, antiques, early American furniture and historical items from the area.
Cultural center highlighting the history, settlement
and culture of black aboriginal Indians, Freedmen, ethnic pioneer settlers and
Hands-on art and science museum, dedicated to enriching and inspiring children of all ages by creating fun learning opportunities.
Permanent collections include Egyptian, Greek and Roman objects, Renaissance art, Native American, Oceanic and more.
Functions to research, preserve and perpetuate the history of McClain County.
Preserves and exhibits the history of McLoud and its residents.
Langston Univeristy library specializing in African and African-American books, newspapers, videos, art and film.
Artwork and artifacts depicting life during settlement in the region.
Honors those who served in
the past and to creates awareness of the opportunity to serve in the future.
Collects and preserves materials pertaining to
the history of Mounds, Oklahoma.
Museum in the planning phase
and will tell the many stories of the Muscogee people when complete.
form and function of the skeletal system.
Discover Lawton’s history and explore the
settlement of the Great Plains.
Ethnographic and archaeological artifacts from the Caddo and Choctaw, and more.
Collects, preserves, and exhibits Western history, art and culture.
Houses over 50 custom built exotic vehicles and related memorabilia of Darryl Starbird.
Photographs, vintage autos and personal accounts recreate the historic route.
Information on the sport’s greatest athletes and their accomplishments.
Traveling museum in
development to enhance understanding of weather and climate.
Celebrates the history and achievements of women pilots around the world.
Variety of notable exhibits dedicated to preserving the history of the area, the Oklahoma panhandle.
Preserves Nowata County history, with artifacts dating back to the Civil War.
Blues Consortium in the planning phase.
documents the work of important Oklahoma blues artists. Home of the Dusk ‘til
Dawn Blues Festival.
Enriching lives through the visual arts.
Remembers all those who were killed, those who survived, and those who were changed by the Oklahoma City bombing.
Preserves the earth’s natural resources, and conducts conservation programs that benefit animal and plant communities. Also houses ZooZeum with history of zoo.
Provides the community with
quality, accessible and affordable arts programming and education.
Historical documents, wood art and tools pertaining to forestry.
Collects, preserves and shares the history of Oklahoma and its people since before statehood to present.
Learning center exploring Oklahoma’s unique history of geology, transportation, commerce, culture, aviation, heritage and more.
Vintage telephones, telephone company memorabilia and more preserve Oklahoma telephone history.
Visual anthology of the history of artistic expression in Oklahoma.
Commissions original art in the state capitol representing various moments in Oklahoma’s history.
OSU has been collecting art
since the 1930s and will soon have a state-of-the-art venue for exhibition, storage,
research and teaching in downtown Stillwater.
Collects archival and material culture to present the development and influence of urban institutions on Oklahoma heritage.
Children’s museum that provides
an environment of interactive, hands-on exhibits and programs that spark wonder
and a love of learning for a lifetime.
Preserves the knowledge, history and people of Old Greer County.
Housed in an 1890 building, the museum contains artifacts from local pioneer families and ranchers.
This 1903 home stands as a
tribute to one of Oklahoma City’s truly remarkable families.
Original mansion of Wild West entertainer Gordon W. “Pawnee Bill” Lillie.
Art collections from around the world, the museum offers an array of opportunities to shop, dine, and enjoy of beauty of fine art.
the history of women in Oklahoma and preserves the legacy of women who
have made significant contributions to the history of Oklahoma.
Collects, preserves and interprets the history of Northwest Oklahoma.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed building with original interiors, collections and exhibitions of art, architecture and design, hotel accommodations and exclusive shopping.
Enriches the public through the preservation and
interpretation of the heritage of the Putnam City School District.
Preserve and present the history of railroading
found in the town of Enid.
Tribal public library containing collections in fiction, biographies, non-fiction and more.
Inspires minds to understand the natural and cultural world through collection-based discovery, interpretation and education.
Collections from the Pottawatomie Historical Society housed in a historic Santa Fe Railroad Depot.
Enriching people’s lives by reveling the wonder and relevance of Science.
Documents and interprets the history and culture of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and the community of Wewoka.
Collections of air and space exhibits, an interactive aviation gallery, more than 20 historic aircraft, unique space flight artifacts, Gen. Thomas P. Stafford information and more.
Collections include a
variety of firearms, antique tools and objects, and documents dating back to
the Civil War. Contact at (918) 423-5953.
Promotes Oklahoma's athletic heritage.
Explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of
all forms of music; the creative process; the art and technology of the
recording process; and the history of the GRAMMY® Awards, the premier
recognition of recorded music accomplishment.
Visitors can discover the Oklahoma City Zoo’s
history and reconnect with their own zoo memories.
Tells the story of settlement in the Three
Rivers region,one of the earliest areas west of the Mississippi to be settled.
Comprehensive collection of
personal property of the silent movie cowboy, who lived in Dewey in 1909.
Chronicles the aerospace heritage of Tulsa, including early aviators, the Tulsa Municipal Airport, American Airlines, North American, Boeing and much more.
Inspiring children, connecting families, and building community through exploration, exhibits, programming and play.
Recognizes, records, and
encourages preservation of the built environment and advocates quality future
development that enhances Tulsa’s livability.
on building, preserving, and presenting a broad based general collection of
Features artifacts from early mining and
railroad days of the surrounding area, and displays from WWI and WWII.
Preserves and interprets the history of the University of Central Oklahoma within the broader historical context of the community, state, and the nation.
Celebrates the heritage of the Payne County and famed American writer Washington Irving camped nearby in 1832.
Depicts life for pioneers at the start of the 20th century, featuring one-room schoolhouse and cabin.
Preserves the history of Western Oklahoma and its people, Old Towne, Route 66, Transportation Museums and more.
Living memorial to Oklahoma veterans, past and present. Contact 580.223.4530.
Celebrating Woody's life and legacy and educating
a new generation about his important role in American history.
one of America’s most unique displays of Western art and artifacts; Native
American pottery, baskets, blankets, cultural art and much more.
Perpetuating the ancient art of china painting.
Oklahoma Museums Association2100 Northeast 52nd Street
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111
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