is wide open plains, lakes vacation destinations with all
kinds of water sports, fishing, hunting, and citifying in
its large cities of Oklahoma City and Tulsa. What began as
Tulsee Town in 1836 under a sturdy oak tree, which still
stands today at 18th and Cheyenne Streets, is today the
second largest city in Oklahoma. Tulsa is a cosmopolitan
town that appeals to both young families and retirees.
National touring exhibitions can be seen at the Philbrook
Museum of Art For great western art, check out the
Gilcrease Museum, and music legends are commemorated at
Oklahoma's Jazz Hall of Fame. Don't miss the Will Rogers
Museum while your in this state. While much of Central
Oklahoma was settled in one day during the Land Run of
1889 it takes much more than a day to see it all. This
country is rich in Western flavor, pioneer heritage,
small-town charm and big-city Oklahoma City that is. Make
way for the mountains - ancient granite mountains that
rise high out of the plains in Southwestern Oklahoma. A
rugged, romantic land that tells tales of Indian legends
and hidden outlaw treasures, and offers some of Oklahoma's
most vibrant sunsets.
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