Discover Oklahoma’s unique American Indian heritage and intriguing modern-day history. The 215,000-square-foot Oklahoma History Center is a testament to the indomitable spirit that built Oklahoma. Take in more than 200 inspiring multi-media and interactive Smithsonian quality exhibits that bring Oklahoma to life. Five state-of-the-art galleries are brimming with 2,000 artifacts covering more than 50 topics that tell the stories of Oklahoma and its people. On special exhibit through 2014, “Oklahoma @ the Movies.” This celebration showcases the creativity and innovation of Oklahomans and their legacy of creating, starring in, and watching motion pictures on the silver screen.. The exhibit also explores film stories about Cowboys and Westerns, American Indians and Hollywood, African American movies filmed in the state, the film industry in Oklahoma, and the “Oklahoma Image” on screen.
Open M-SA: 10am-5pm. Admission: Adults: $7, Seniors 62+: $5, Students: $5, Children 5 and under: Free, Family/Dual: $18, Group Rate 10 or more: $5 each, OHS Members and OHC Patrons: Free, OMA, AAM, and Smithsonian Institute and Affiliate Member: $5.