A Friendly Guide to the Historical State
The 46th state of the Union since 1907, spans over 69,000 square miles. It's a land steeped in history.
Today, it's a vibrant state with a diverse population and rich cultural tapestry.
An iconic road once guided travelers across the US with motels, diners, and roadside oddities. Today, it's a free-to-explore, nostalgic journey filled with history, waiting for you with your car.
The memorial and museum honor victims of a tragic 1995 bombing, commemorating resilience and unity. A poignant visit offers profound insights and lasting impact.
Explore Western Performers Gallery, renowned artist exhibits for $13. Theater shows, Chihuly glass sculptures, and a cultural journey await at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
Explore Route 66 to find Lucille's historic gas station in Hydro. Discover the heartwarming story of Lucille Hammons, "The mother of the mother road," at this well-preserved spot, all for free.
Established in 1901. Free entry to witness bison, longhorn cattle, elk, deer, and more in their natural habitat. Enjoy hiking, fishing, and rock climbing.
Pause at Fort Reno with its poignant WWII cemetery. Pay respects to fallen heroes. Then, marvel at the iconic soda bottle-shaped sign, a Route 66 symbol.