State Museum of History & Stockyards City
Oklahoma City's Stockyards is the largest stocker/feeder cattle market in the world.
Here you can see Oklahoma cowboys working the livestock. Cowtown offers a variety of shops from
old time general stores and tack shops to western duds, jewelry and a 24-hour beef restaurant.
Visitors can also attend livestock auctions held Monday through Tuesday.Take the Agnew exit South off I-40 to Exchange Ave
State Museum of History
Just across the street from the State Capitol, the State Museum of History presents a comprehensive historical overview
of Oklahoma, from prehistoric times to oil field wildcatters to the space program. Interpretive exhibits,
artifacts, original art, and special weekend programs provide an entertaining and informative experience.
Unique exhibits include an original bison hide teepee, a Civil War cannon, and wagon used in two land runs,
Native American murals, historic quilts and much more.
This wonderful museum highlights Oklahoma's multi-cultural heritage, their early settlement, agricultural and military history, and of course,
Native American history. Check out the
life-size murals by the Kiowa Five.
The museum contains the largest photographic reference section in the state, as well as an extensive library.
The photo library is the largest in Oklahoma, and contains thousands of historic Native American photographs.
The colorful, working world of the Stockyards provides a view of histroy unique to the present day activities