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Totem Pole Park

918-283-8035

21310 Hwy 28A

Foyil, OK 74031

The Ed Galloway Totem Pole Park is a Route 66 icon and home of "The World's Largest Concrete Totem Pole."  One of ... read more...

Jim Thorpe Birth Site

405-567-4750

8601 NBU

Prague, OK 74864

Roadside historical marker. Located at Thorpe's actual birth site it depicts his life as a child and his outstanding ... read more...

Frank Eaton Home

405-547-2777

770 N Main St

Perkins, OK 74059

The restored home of Frank "Pistol Pete" Eaton, cowboy, scout, Deputy U.S. Marshal, author and living model for Oklahoma ... read more...

Brady Theater

918-582-7239

105 W Brady

Tulsa, OK 74103

Few comeback stories can rival the dramatic one staged by Tulsa's historic Brady Theater.  The 2,800-seat theater, ... read more...

Coleman Theatre

918-540-2425

103 N Main

Miami, OK 74354

Located off historic Route 66 in northeast Oklahoma, the Coleman Theatre is an iconic piece of Oklahoma history. From ... read more...

John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park

918-295-5009

321 N Detroit Ave

Tulsa, OK 74103

The John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park near downtown Tulsa is a beautiful piece of landscape architecture that tells ... read more...

NSU Seminary Hall

918-456-5511

609 N Grand Ave

Tahlequah, OK 74464

Built in 1889, the Northeastern State University Seminary Hall is the oldest building on campus. Northeastern State ... read more...

Old Choate House Museum

918-823-4421

403 Walnut St

Indianola, OK 74442

The Old Choate House Museum in Indianola consists of a one-and-a-half story double log house with dogtrot that was the ... read more...

Oklahoma Governor's Mansion

405-568-1292

820 NE 23rd

Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Experience the historical architectural splendor of Oklahoma's House.  The Oklahoma Governor's Mansion, ... read more...

Okmulgee Downtown Historic District

918-758-1015

Downtown

Okmulgee, OK 74447

The city of Okmulgee, Oklahoma was founded during Reconstruction after the Civil War. In 1878, the Creek Nation built a ... read more...

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