In partnership with The Chickasaw Nation, the Oklahoma Hall of Fame is proud to announce another full year of Free Family Fun programming that provides exciting and educational activities at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum for families and kids of all ages.

Beginning with Spring Thing, during Spring Break from March 12 -16 and March 19-23, guests will receive free admission to the museum and participate in individually-themed days that are filled with special activities.  Starting at 10:30 A.M. with story time, guests then can create a craft, watch a movie, explore the museum, and participate in other seasonal activities, thanks to the Junior League of OKC.  A full schedule of Spring Thing themes and activities can be found below, on Facebook @Oklahomahof, and at

The Spring Thing events are as follows:

March 12- Flower Power Day with a planting craft from OSU-OKC Farmers Market

March 13- Wacky Wednesday with Mural Syndicate artist, Kris Kanaly

March 14- Green Thumb Day with a special showing of the movie Up! and Kam’s Kookery

March 15- Safari Day with special guests from the OKC Zoo

March 16- Home Run Day with the OKC Dodgers and take home a baseball!

March 19- Wild Wild West Day with a free bandana for the whole posse

March 20- Superhero Day with Kevin Stark from the Toy & Action Figure Museum

March 21- Jazz Day with a jam session with OK Sessions

March 22- Dog Day with special service dogs from the HALO Foundation

March 23- Helping Hands Day with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma – Bring a can of food, receive a copy of the book, Will Rogers: Our American Legend

Free Family programming continues with Summer Thursdays, held every Thursday from Memorial Day to Labor Day, where families can enjoy similar free fun activities offered at Spring Thing.  During fall break, October 15-19, Fall Y’All continues the Free Family Fun with a new group of action-packed, themed activities. Finally, See You Saturday offers free admission to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame and Gaylord-Pickens Museum on the Second Saturday of every month in 2019.

“Free Family Fun programming at the Oklahoma Hall of Fame provides an interactive experience for students of all ages to explore, learn, and create. Students are able to walk-away with a greater understanding of our state’s best and brightest, and take home their own stories and art creations,” said Emma Fritz, Oklahoma Hall of Fame & Gaylord-Pickens Museum’s Manager of Museum Experience.

The Oklahoma Hall of Fame preserves Oklahoma’s history by telling Oklahoma’s story through its people. Founded in 1927, the Oklahoma Hall of Fame was created to honor Oklahomans who have given outstanding service to the state during their lifetime and to provide educational programming for students of all ages. Being inducted to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame is Oklahoma's Highest Honor. Through exhibits and experiences at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum, the Oklahoma Hall of Fame stands to preserve Oklahoma’s unique history while promoting pride in our great state.