From the bloggers at Rolling in a RV.
Since this was our first real visit to Oklahoma City we decided to see a few of the museums. The Oklahoma History Center is Oklahoma’s official state museum. Native American cultures, the land rush and other important historical events are covered but there are so many different subjects crowded into a few small areas that it’s a bit confusing.
A paved walkway along the southern edge of museum property is planted with native trees, bushes, flowers and grasses. Informative signs and sculptures are located along the walk. Equipment used in the oil and gas industry is displayed in a small park.
The parking lot is large enough for any RV. It’s a short walk from the lot to the Capitol building which is opened for free tours seven days a week.
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