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Afton: Darryl Starbird’s National Rod & Custom Car Hall of Fame Museum displays over 40 custom built exotic vehicles by world renowned custom car builder and designer Darryl Starbird, as well as many other famous hot rod and custom car builders. Every square inch of the walls and floor space is full of photos and memorabilia of famous custom automobiles, including street rods, nostalgic custom cars, vans, pickups, sports cars and experimental bubble-topped futuristic looking concept cars.
Aline: The Sod House Museum preserves an original 1894 homesteader’s sod house, the last original sod house still standing on the prairie.
Atoka: During the Civil War many displaced Indians in Oklahoma Territory sided with the South, hoping that a Confederate victory might help them regain their lost independence. The Confederate Memorial Museum and Cemetery offers a unique look into the varied history of southeastern Oklahoma, including exhibits on the Civil War years, a display of prehistoric animal bones, the Choctaw Trail of Tears, and the Butterfield Stage Line.
Bartlesville: The Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve presents one of America’s must unique displays of Western art and artifacts; Native American pottery, baskets, beads, blankets, and cultural art; historical displays, and one of the most complete collections of Colt firearms. It is one of the most outstanding western art collections in the world that also represents the culture and lifestyles of America and the American West.
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