Hiking below the cliffs in a river canyon
Sunset in the Sooner State
The American buffalo gathering to graze
Winding roads on the Talimena Scenic Drive
Chickasaw National Capital in Tishomingo
Sandhills Curiosity Shop in Erick
People relaxing by the water at Philbrook Museum Gardens in Tulsa
Lake Overholser Dam in Oklahoma City
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Make a date with Native American culture and the Pioneer spirit
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Museums, heritage centers and outfitters preserve the cowboy spirit while working ranches and lively auctions let you live it. The Western influence is strong in this state, which offers outdoorsy-types many classic cowboy pastimes like roping, riding and hanging out by the campfire. Oklahoma is proud of its Native American roots and gives visitors plenty of ways to connect with that history. From exploring the parks and forests that played host to the earliest American Indians to learning their stories at museums and education centers and staying the night in a traditional tipi, the rich heritage of indigenous peoples surrounds you. Take a wild ride on an ATV in Little Sahara State Park, scuba dive Lake Tenkiller or visit the art galleries and restaurants of downtown Oklahoma City; there’s as much to do inside as there is to do outside in Oklahoma, making it a true something-for-everyone kind of place.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed exactly one skyscraper, Bartlesville's 19-story Price Tower.