Native American heritage and military history come together in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Experience Native cultures at the Ataloa Lodge Museum on the Bacone College campus to see a fine private collection of Native American art, or at the Five Civilized Tribes Museum, a tribute to the tribes forced to relocate to Indian Territory. Tour a World War II submarine at the USS Batfish War Memorial Park and Museum or dive into one of three nearby lakes: Fort Gibson, Tenkiller and Eufaula.
Once twinkling strings of lights brighten up the town, it’s time to look local to knock out holiday shopping lists. From one-day markets to seasonal shelves, shoppers are bound to find some of the most unique goods to gift in Oklahoma.
Let the festive spirit of the season take hold as merry lights shimmer across the state of Oklahoma and radiant holiday light displays guide you and your family through a dazzling Christmas wonderland.
Venture out this spring to Oklahoma festivals and events to celebrate the blooming buds and bright sunshine of the season. These top spring events promise to entertain visitors with mouthwatering food and fun family-friendly activities for all.
Oklahoma’s events roll out the red carpet in May, so grab family and friends for weekend getaways or day trips to popular art fairs, hometown jubilees and major metropolitan festivals. Learn why May signals the start of Oklahoma’s summer event season!
As autumn leaves burst into an array of spectacular hues, Oklahoma’s towns, cities and communities gear up for a wealth of fall-themed fun. Read on to discover spectacular places to celebrate autumn in the Sooner State.