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Durant, Oklahoma
Art
Edmond, Oklahoma
Art
The Fine Arts Institute is a non-profit organization offering instruction to youth and adults in the visual and performing arts. The Institute encourages independent expression and hands-on experiences. A student/teach ratio of 12:1 insures individualized ability development.
Lawton, Oklahoma
History, Specialized
Norman, Oklahoma
Art
Muskogee, Oklahoma
Broken Bow, Oklahoma
Park
Fort Gibson, Oklahoma
El Reno, Oklahoma
Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Military
The Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum is the most complete Indian Wars frontier Army fort still in existance. It has 36 historic buildings dating from 1869-1875, along with a diverse collection focused on the history of Fort Sill, the Frontier Army, regional settlement and Native Americans.
Fort Towson, Oklahoma
Durant, Oklahoma
Park
Sallisaw, Oklahoma
Bartlesville, Oklahoma
History, Historic House
Experience the sumptuous residence of oil baron Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum Company, and his family. Designed by architect Walton Everman, it was completed in 1909 and occupied by the Phillips until their deaths. Preserved by the Oklahoma Historical Society, this National Register Historic Site reflects the family life of one of the legends of the Oklahoma oil industry.
Norman, Oklahoma
Art
Stillwater, Oklahoma
Freedom, Oklahoma
Guthrie, Oklahoma
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