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When you enter the building, you see the massive "Trail of Tears" statue at the end of the hall. They have beautiful artwork and photos.
We really enjoyed the "old west town". It was like a movie set with stables, post office, saloon and many...More
We were a bit disappointed because this is a true museum although I’m not sure what we expected. It’s beautiful and well done but we thought there would be more true cowboy artifacts and not so many paintings. My favorite part was the Hollywood cowboys...More
Haven't been since a little girl.....loved every bit and every minute.I had bought tickets online,only to find the day was free....I was told I could use them another day,but I am from out of town.....
Spent 2 hours there and saw only a portion of exhibits - the place is huge. Wonderful collection of western art both historic and contemporary. Excellent exhibits covering many topics - riding, cowboy life, rodeos, military, farm life etc. Would go back. Also has a...More
This is a large museum with an extensive collection of everything from artwork to decorative saddles to clothing to weapons. There is also an excellent reproduction of a typical western RR town. Something for everyone here representing both cowboy and Native American heritage. A very...More
The Cowboy Hallafame is extremely historic ! Also very interesting. It's the roots , the beginning early days of the Great state of Oklahoma! How it came about! How we were born!❤️. It's an awesome field trip for kids! Also for visitors to Our State!...More
While staying for several days in Oklahoma City I was looking forward to seeing this museum. It was as impressive and beautiful as I hoped. There was so much to see here that I probably spent about five hours, leaving tired but happy after experiencing...More