Uncover 4 billion years of natural history at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, the nation's largest university-based museum, where towering dinosaur giants amaze visitors. View world-renowned works of art by Monet, Renoir and Van Gogh at The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, which is also conveniently located on the Norman campus. Get back to nature with a camping trip to Lake Thunderbird State Park in Norman where you can enjoy boating, swimming, hiking, biking, wildlife viewing and outstanding bird watching. Go on your own pub crawling adventure as you become part of the lively nightlife scene of Campus Corner where live music filters out of bars and dance music fills trendy nightclubs.
Norman is big enough to offer every lodging choice you could wish for, but friendly enough to make you feel at home where ever you stay. Enjoy a relaxing hotel stay in a well-appointed room, get swept up in a romantic escape at a top notch bed and breakfast inn or surround yourself with OU memorabilia at the one-of-a-kind Sooner Legends Inn & Suites.
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Step back in time and enjoy a show at one of Oklahoma’s many historic theaters. Go see a film, concert or performing arts event, or simply take in the stunning architecture that makes these time-honored movie houses true Oklahoma landmarks.Learn More