Visit Shawnee

Visit Shawnee 231 N Bell Ave
Shawnee, OK 74801

Phone: 405-275-9780
Toll Free: 888-404-9633
Fax: 405-275-9851
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Native American history and contemporary culture make Shawnee a vibrant destination. Explore an Oklahoma-style castle at the historic Santa Fe Depot or see Babylonian, Greek and Roman artifacts, plus an Egyptian mummy, at the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art. Tee off at a championship golf course or shop the mall and downtown's antique and craft shops. Fish, camp or water ski at Shawnee Twin Lakes or Wes Watkins Reservoir.

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Primary Contacts:

Danna Fowble

Group Contacts:

Emily Lutz


From Apr 6, 2017
to Apr 9, 2017

True West

Apr 8, 2017

Arts Trek

From Apr 21, 2017
to Apr 29, 2017

Annie Get Your Gun

From Apr 27, 2017
to Apr 30, 2017


From Jun 9, 2017
to Jun 14, 2017

International Finals Youth Rodeo

From Jun 16, 2017
to Jun 17, 2017

Shawnee Trail Days

From Oct 20, 2017
to Oct 21, 2017

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