In Tulsa, you can find a 75-foot statue of a golden oil driller. It’s the fourth-tallest statue in America!
It’s all here at the Cowboy Museum – spurs, branding irons, chaps, rodeo statues, and even Abe Lincoln.
America’s only animal skeleton museum can be found in Oklahoma City.
As recently as 2006, Picher, Oklahoma was a thriving little community. Now it’s a toxic ghost town.
Quirky highlights included a giant oil driller statue, a cowboy museum, and a gas station with a shady criminal past.
Road trip highlights from Oklahoma City included the osteology museum, buffalo statues, and the bombing memorial.
Go to Pops on classic Route 66 to find soda flavors like buffalo wing, sweet corn, coffee, and maple bacon.
The American Banjo Museum is an ode to the celebrated stringed instrument.
In which state would you find this ancient, giant cypress tree? It’s not California…