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  • Arts & Museums

    »Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

    You will see more than six million specimens of Oklahoma's natural treasures at this museum. It is the largest university-based museum in the country. There is a 95-foot-long and 26-foot-tall Apatosaurus, which is the world's largest. There is also a 10-foot-tall skull of a Pentaceratops. This is something that would impress your 10-year-old. There is even a hands-on room. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for children 6-17, $4 for seniors, and OU faculty and staff. Free for children under five and OU students.

    2401 Chautauqua Avenue
    Norman, OK 73072

    »Norman Firehouse Art Center

    The Firehouse is a popular gallery found in Norman, located about 45 minutes south of Oklahoma City. The gift shop is a perfect place to pick up a souvenir or present. All sorts of items are available, from delicate glassware and framed prints to coffee mugs and T-shirts. If you would like to try your hand at creating a masterwork, check out the gallery's instruction classes. There are classes for every age, all reasonably priced. Admission to the gallery is free.

    444 South Flood Avenue
    Norman, OK 73069

    »Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art

    This gallery on the University of Oklahoma campus has become well known in art circles for its fine collections. The space is open and very minimalist; nice lighting and unobtrusive beige walls allow viewers to focus on the pieces and not on the environment. Four main collections are housed here: contemporary, the Oscar Jacobson American Indian Art Collection, the Oklahoma State Department collection, and the Santa Fe Indian School. There are also special exhibits held throughout the year to display traveling collections. Closed on Mondays.

    555 Elm Avenue
    Norman, OK 73019

    »Mainsite Contemporary Art

    Mainsite Contemporary Art is the home of the Norman Arts Council. Launched in 1999, this gallery is dedicated to contemporary work. It features a schedule of thought-provoking exhibitions and cultural events throughout the year. Some of the artists whose collections have been showcased here include Dylan Bradway, Haze Diedrich, David Crimson and The Dirty Fabulous.

    122 East Main Street
    Norman, OK 73069

    »Moore-Lindsay Historical House

    Cleveland County, home to Norman, Oklahoma and its Sooners, has a rich frontier history. This home, constructed in 1900 and now on the National Register of Historical Places, has been preserved by the city to serve as a living museum. As visitors explore the house, they will find exhibits detailing county history from the Land Run to Oklahoma statehood. The architectural style is Queen Anne, and rooms are furnished with period antiques and stained-glass windows. This is a wonderful attraction for both history and architecture or interior design buffs. Admission is free.

    508 North Peters Avenue
    Norman, OK 73069

    »Timberlake Rose Rock Museum, The

    Showcasing the official rock of Oklahoma, this museum features a variety of displays of rose rocks in many shapes and sizes. Indian lore states that the rocks were formed by Indian braves' blood and maidens' tears that fell to the ground and produce a stone in the shape of a rose. A gift shop is also on site.

    419 South Highway 77 (P.O. Box 663)
    Norman, Oklahoma 73068-0663

    »Museum of Osteology

    The only skeleton museum in the United States, the Museum of Osteology is a great place for people of all ages to learn about phlanges, metatarsals and carpals. With over 400 skulls and 300 complete skeletons on display, the museum makes learning about the natural world fun and a little macabre all at the same time. Visitors can enjoy some hands-on learning at the Explorers Corner, where you can handle bones from various North American mammalian species. On your way out, the gift shop is a great place to get someone something unique.

    10301 South Sunnylane Road
    Oklahoma City, OK 73165

    »Ninety-Nines Museum of Women Pilots

    Spanning across 5000 square feet (464.51 square meters) the Ninety-Nines Museum of Women Pilots tells the story of women in flight. This one-of-a-kind museum is located at the Will Rogers World Airport and is run under the auspices of the Ninety-Nines International Organization of Women Pilots which was spearheaded by Amelia Earhart in 1931. From mementos, exhibits to aviatrix artifacts, it has the largest collection of its kind in the world. The museum also has a display of Amelia Earhart's personal belongings and it is a place full of intriguing and historical wonder for people of all ages, regardless if you are interested in aviation or not. 

    4300 Amelia Earhart Road
    Oklahoma City, OK 73159
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