Oklahoma: Come See For Yourself!

Check out Oklahoma Tourism’s new advertising campaign as we invite you to “Come See for Yourself!” in Oklahoma. These 60 and 30 second commercial spots feature everything from Oklahoma’s renowned attractions to the state’s breathtaking outdoor landscapes. View the commercials using our video player, and then discover each of the locations using our handy guide below.

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"Where Is That?"

If you were left wondering, “Where in Oklahoma can I find that?” after viewing our new “Come See for Yourself!” commercials, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve conveniently organized the video screenshots in an easy-to-use interactive grid below. Simply click on the image you’re interested in from the commercials to discover location details and a link that will take you to a page with more information about that specific attraction.
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Oklahoma Aquarium
Venture beneath the ocean via the unique underwater tunnel found at the Oklahoma Aquarium to view the largest bull sharks in captivity swimming overhead.
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Little Sahara State Park
Bring your dune buggies, ATVs and off-road vehicles to Little Sahara State Park, lovingly known as “Oklahoma’s sandbox,” to soar across over 1,600 acres of sand dunes.
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Tallgrass Prairie Preserve
Travel into the heart of the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve to view the preserve’s 2,700 resident buffalo, part of one of the largest remaining buffalo herds in the country.
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Oklahoma Skydiving Center
Whether performing a tandem jump with a professional or going for gusto with an accelerated solo free fall, the Oklahoma Skydiving Center will get you flying high above the Oklahoma landscape.
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Lakes & Boating
Home to over 200 lakes and one million surface acres of water, Oklahoma is a haven for water recreation including boating, water skiing, swimming and more.
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Chickasaw Cultural Center
Celebrate Chickasaw history and culture with a visit to the illustrious Chickasaw Cultural Center and explore everything from interactive exhibits to a replica of a traditional Chickasaw village.
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Round Barn on Route 66
A longstanding landmark and quirky roadside attraction along Oklahoma’s stretch of Route 66, the Round Barn of Arcadia stands as an icon of Oklahoma’s agricultural past.
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Fort Gibson Lake
Sail across the serene waters of Fort Gibson Lake, nestled within the rolling hills of eastern Oklahoma, and enjoy a variety of water recreation along 225 miles of shoreline.
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Poteau Balloonfest
Witness as a colorful fleet of hot air balloons take to the sky above eastern Oklahoma during the annual Poteau Balloonfest.
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Frontier City Theme Park
Reward your inner thrill seeker with adrenaline-pumping turns on high-speed rollercoasters, water rides and more at Frontier City, Oklahoma City’s Western-themed amusement park.
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POPS
Treat your taste buds to over 650 varieties of soda at POPS, a popular Route 66 roadside attraction that also features an old-fashioned diner.
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Camping
Reconnect with nature, create new family memories and relax under a blanket of stars by setting up camp in Oklahoma.
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Western Heritage & Cowboys
Step into cowboy country with a trip to Oklahoma, where everything from rodeos and guest ranches, to cowboy museums and Western shopping, await to give you a taste of the Old West.
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Turner Falls
Take a rejuvenating dip in the natural swimming pool that forms at the base of Oklahoma’s gorgeous Turner Falls, the state’s tallest waterfall.
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Will Rogers Memorial Museum
Connect with Will Rogers, Oklahoma’s favorite son, at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum, where visitors are encouraged to explore 12 galleries dedicated to the life of this famous performer.
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Oklahoma State Fair
Head to State Fair Park each September for the wildly popular Oklahoma State Fair, where high-flying carnival rides, mouthwatering fair food and live performances entertain visitors of all ages.
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Lake Murray State Park
Historic Tucker Tower, located within southern Oklahoma’s Lake Murray State Park, offers the perfect backdrop for reeling in a prize catch while fishing the waters of beautiful Lake Murray.
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Gloss Mountain State Park
Pack a picnic or hike along the popular trails at Gloss Mountain State Park and enjoy the spectacular scenery that comes to life at sunrise and sunset.
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Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
Come face-to-face with the world's largest Apatosaurus and several other dinosaur skeletons at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History.
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POPS
Stop at POPS during your trip down Oklahoma’s stretch of Route 66 to view the four-ton, 66-ft. pop bottle structure outside before heading in to try over 650 kinds of soda.
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Cherokee Heritage Center
Take a step back in time with an enlightening trip through the Cherokee Heritage Center’s Ancient Village, a replica Cherokee village as it would have existed before European contact.
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Broken Bow Lake
Dive into the crystal clear waters of southeast Oklahoma’s Broken Bow Lake, where visitors enjoy boating, swimming and even scuba diving.
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Oklahoma Wineries
Sip a refreshing glass of award-winning wine made from Oklahoma-grown grapes at one of the many Oklahoma wineries scattered throughout the state.
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Downtown Tulsa
Venture into downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma’s second largest city, to discover one of the best collections of Art Deco architecture in the nation.
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Tulsa Skyline
Travel to the open areas and green spaces surrounding the buildings of downtown Tulsa to enjoy an afternoon of recreation along the banks of the Arkansas River.
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Red Rock Canyon State Park
Rappel down the red sandstone walls at Red Rock Canyon State Park in western Oklahoma for spectacular, scenic views coupled with the thrill of your descent toward the canyon floor.
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Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
Stand before the monumental Gates of Time at the Oklahoma City National Memorial to reflect upon the events that occurred during the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.
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Mountain Fork River
Pack a fishing pole and head to the rippling waters of the Mountain Fork River in southeast Oklahoma, where year-round trout fishing is a popular pastime for anglers and fishermen.
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Philbrook Museum of Art
Explore the grounds of the Philbrook Museum of Art and discover an exquisite collection of classic American and European works, modern art and antiquities, as well as lovely Italianate gardens.
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Oklahoma Aquarium
Get up close and personal with a stunning variety of underwater creatures at the Oklahoma Aquarium, which is home to the largest indoor ocean in a four-state region.
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Joe Momma’s
Sink your teeth into a savory slice of pizza piled high with premium toppings at Joe Momma’s in Tulsa.
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Rodeos
Attend an action-packed Oklahoma rodeo to see cowboys and cowgirls test their skills in everything from bull riding and barrel racing, to roping and steer wrestling.
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Mount Scott
Wind to the top of Oklahoma’s Mount Scott along a three-mile long paved road for breathtaking views of the slowly undulating Wichita Mountains below.
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Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
Root for the home team during a rousing game of minor league baseball at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, located in the heart of Oklahoma City’s premier entertainment district.
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StableRidge Vineyards & Winery
Witness the process of winemaking and taste everything from a glass of crisp pinot grigio to bold cabernet sauvignon at StableRidge Vineyards & Winery.
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Pinkitzel Cupcakes & Candy
Indulge your sweet tooth with a trip to Pinkitzel Cupcakes & Candy, where visitors are treated to sweet icings, moist cake and whimsical cupcake toppings, as well as unique boutique items.
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Tulsa Performing Arts Center
Become a patron of the arts by attending an exhilarating performance at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, which hosts lively musicals, ballet pieces, classical operas, Broadway-style plays and more.
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Oklahoma History Center
Immerse yourself in the unique history of Oklahoma and its people at the Oklahoma History Center, where over 200 interactive exhibits bring the past to life.
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American Indian Culture
Attend a Native American powwow or visit one of the state’s renowned American Indian museums to soak up the rich cultural heritage of Oklahoma’s American Indian tribes.
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Talimena National Scenic Byway
Travel down the twists and turns of southeast Oklahoma’s Talimena National Scenic Byway, a breathtaking stretch of road overlooking the forested beauty of the Ouachita Mountain Range.
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Alabaster Caverns State Park
Venture beneath the Earth’s surface to explore the largest natural gypsum cave open to the public at Alabaster Caverns State Park.
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Boathouse District
Learn how to row, canoe or kayak along the calm waters of the Oklahoma River within Oklahoma City’s famous Boathouse District, known as a popular Olympic rowing training site.
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Tulsa Ballet
Grab a front row seat during a performance of the renowned Tulsa Ballet to enjoy elegant renditions of classical, as well as modern, works of dance.
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Beavers Bend State Park
Saddle up a horse and take to the trails at Beavers Bend State Park in southeast Oklahoma for peaceful trail rides through forests of pine and hardwood trees.
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Oklahoma City Thunder NBA Basketball
Thunder up and see why Oklahoma City has been dubbed “Loud City” by NBA commentators during a Thunder basketball game at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
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Beavers Bend State Park
Ride along the picturesque equestrian trails nestled within Beavers Bend State Park and surround yourself with towering trees, rugged terrain and scenic vistas.
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Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
Walk alongside the serene reflecting pool at the Oklahoma City National Memorial, which inspires hope and healing in the aftermath of the 1995 Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing.
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Rocktown Climbing Gym
Reach new heights of adventure within the shadow of Oklahoma City’s Devon Tower by scaling Rocktown Climbing Gym’s 16 grain silos outfitted with expert and novice-rated climbing walls.
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Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
Head into southwest Oklahoma’s scenic countryside at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, home to over 59,000 acres filled with opportunities for hiking, rock climbing and mountain biking.
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Tallgrass Prairie Preserve
Take a scenic drive through northern Oklahoma’s Tallgrass Prairie Preserve to view the 2,700 free-roaming buffalo that call the preserve home.
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Motorcycling
Rev your engines and set off on a motorcycling cruise across Oklahoma, home to winding back roads, diverse terrain and the country’s longest drivable stretch of Route 66.