The historic Oklahoma Hall of Fame and Gaylord-Pickens Museum has a beautiful and functional space available for your next event. The building was originally built in 1927 and sat empty for years until the Hall of Fame and Gaylord-Pickens Museum moved in and restored the building. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and each element of design showcases the original craftsmanship. From the impressive interior columns and crown moulding to the grand staircases and marble floors, the Hall of Fame is a gorgeous venue for any event. 

Amongst locals, the Hall of Fame is a popular wedding venue and provides a stunning backdrop for photoshoots. Their outdoor space, near the entrance to the museum, has bright flowers, cool greenery and two 40-foot cascading walls of water – perfect for a garden party on the weekends. And during the week, they hold business meetings, conferences and private parties in their four versatile event spaces. 

Their facilities, with historic charm and all the modern amenities to accommodate small meetings to larger groups of 250 people, will impress your guests with beautiful views of the Oklahoma City skyline, three catering options and free onsite parking. 

You cannot beat the location. Located in Midtown, the Hall of Fame is just a few minutes' walk from the Streetcar route, which connects a 5-mile stretch around downtown, Midtown, Automobile Alley and Bricktown.