OKLAHOMA PHOTOS

This gallery of Oklahoma photos will immerse you in the state's rich visual experience. With over a thousand Oklahoma photos, you'll find images of everything from rugged landscapes and iconic buffalo herds to top tourist attractions and the soaring skylines of Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Click on any thumbnail to launch the photo viewer and browse beautiful Oklahoma photos. Or, use the search bar at the bottom of the page to find pictures by category and search for photos by keywords.

The Original Sod House Museum in Aline was literally built around the last remaining sod house from the homestead era.  Learn about pioneer life on the plains and see how a family actually lived in this sod house.
Mohawk Lodge Indian Store in Clinton is a Route 66 icon and historical treasure trove.  Equal parts museum and store, this unique shop offers hand-crafted items and Pendleton blankets for sale, interspersed among treasures from the past.
The Victorian architecture of downtown Guthrie has landed it the title of the largest urban historic district on the National Register and a designation as a National Landmark Community.
Famous Apache warrior Geronimo and his family are buried at Fort Sill in Lawton where he spent the last several years of his life.  Visitors bring decorations and small gifts to this gravesite to honor Geronimo.
Fort Washita near Durant was established in 1842 to protect the recently relocated Chickasaw tribe from the western tribes who considered the land part of their hunting grounds.  Troops were also stationed at the fort during the Civil War.
Will Rogers was born at Oologah's Dog Iron Ranch, which has been preserved and is open to visitors.  A visit to the Dog Iron Ranch is a perfect pairing with a stop at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum in nearby Claremore.
The Dog Iron Ranch in Oologah is the birthplace of Will Rogers.  This home has been carefully preserved and visitors are welcome to stroll through the home, barn and grounds.
The grounds of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum feature a field of empty chairs representing each life lost during the Federal Building bombing in 1995.  Here, they are decorated with American flags.
Prominent features at the Oklahoma National Memorial include the Gates of Time, located at both ends of the reflecting pond.  The gates frame the exact moment, 9:02am, when a terrorist bomb ripped through the Murrah Federal Building and shattered the city's heart.
Historic re-enactors bring the Civil War battles fought in Oklahoma to life at Honey Springs Battlefield in Rentiesville.
Historic re-enactments bring Oklahoma history to life across the state.
The Marland Mansion's ornate ceiling in the grand ballroom would require more than $2 million in order to be recreated today. The Marland Estates are located in Ponca City.
The Pawnee Bill Ranch is the historic home of the larger-than-life Wild West show promoter.
Sequoyah's Cabin near Sallisaw is a historic landmark where the inventor of the Cherokee syllabary once lived.
The grounds of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum feature an empty chair for each life lost in the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building.
One of the Gates of Time, located on the grounds of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, reflects on the calm surface of the reflecting pond.
The fourth-floor rotunda is the best place to view the Oklahoma State Capitol's dome with its brilliant reds, golds and blues set in a dazzling geometric design.
Looking down the spiral staircase from the third floor of the Governor's Mansion in Oklahoma City.
The Overholser Mansion's Withdrawing Room on the first floor was where the women withdrew when the men went to the library for sherry and cigars.
Opened in 1910, the Harvey House in Waynoka served as a restaurant and depot.  The restored mission-style structure now houses the Waynoka History Museum.
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