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The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum


Oklahoma City is one of the cities with the most prestigious heritage and cultures in the States. The city, which started in the early 1880s, gained most of its recognition in the world because of the history and culture that came from the city’s initial settlement. The city’s popularity keeps growing as tourists from other cities and other countries visit the city to enjoy and learn about the rich culture and heritage of the city.

Most of the history records are available in the museums available all over the city. Among the most interesting things to do in this popular city (in addition to the Oklahoma City Zoo), is visiting of the Oklahoma City’s National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. This article lists down the main reasons for visiting this prestigious museum as well as most of the activities available in the museum.

Museum Location and Opening Hours

The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum is open every day of the week from 10AM to 5PM and from Noon to 5PM on Sundays because of the frequent visitors interested in the City’s culture. However, the city’s museum closes on four special days, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.

The museum is located on
1700 Northeast 63rd Street 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 7311

Information About the Museum

The information available in the city’s national museum is breath taking. The information in the museum is not limited to any specific type. In fact, most of the people who get a chance to visit the museum find amazement in the range of information available, which includes certain special horses and artwork.

The artwork in the museum has perfection by artists who have pride in their city and all the history and culture the city has to offer. Most of the artwork in the museum is cowboy-themed since that is the main culture of the city. Therefore, this museum makes it as the perfect place for people who fancy western cowboy culture and have interest in the history that involves the same.

This detailed information in the museum explains every main event in the city including how the city gained its recognition and the initial settlers of the city.

Oklahoma City's culture is extremely rich and the museum offers a lot for people who wish to learn. Even though the museum is not free, there are offers that allow people of certain ages to enter the museum and enjoy it at a very cheap price. People of different ages get different charges, all affordable, with free allowance for children below the age of five.

The reviews from online sources state that the museum is a must-visit. The 4.5 stars awarded for the museum prove that the stuff who cater for visitors are completely professional with a reputation of complete hospitality.

This museum gains recognition all over the world for different reasons. For people looking for something to do in the city, this third of six of the best activities you can enjoy in the city. In addition, the city’s museum has different interesting activities that do not relate to the history at all.

More Things to Do in Oklahoma City

In the last decade Oklahoma City has become a more popular tourist destination.  With hundreds of activities for both adults and kids it is one of the most exciting towns in the Midwest.  From theme parks and museums to fun night clubs and restaurants there is something for everyone in today's OKC.

Find out more about Oklahoma City.