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Grab the family and head to Oklahoma City's Oklahoma History Center for a fun-filled day at Septemberfest, a free festival exploring the rich heritage and diversity for which Oklahoma is known. People of all ages are invited to the history center to experience a wealth of attractions, activities, exhibits and demonstrations. This event features crafts, music, storytelling, historical re-enactments, agricultural exhibits, theater, face-painting and everything in between.
Visitors may see a cowboy, a Civil War soldier or a silversmith as re-enactors present living history programs. Septemberfest include tours of the Governor's Mansion and free admission to the Oklahoma History Center, located nearby. Families are also encouraged to bring picnics to enjoy on the lawn, and food vendors will be on site.
Along the Red River Journey to the Oklahoma History Center, visitors will enjoy interaction with living historians representing WWII, cowboys, land run participants, nineteenth century American Indians, antebellum musicians, the Civil War and more. The past will be brought to life with learning stations, hands-on activities and demonstrations. The history adventure continues inside the History Center with live performances, storytelling and unique exhibits about Oklahoma. Come early and stay late and celebrate Oklahoma at Septemberfest.