Cool Cultural Venues to Visit in Oklahoma City

Jean Jones
July 13, 2015


Looking for a little culture this weekend, perhaps some music, some art, some comedy? Oklahoma City has all of that and more! From concerts to comedy shows to musicals, you can find something for everyone.

We've found the most cultured venues in the area and presented them here, all you have to do is click on the links and buy tickets! Even better, some of these are a little off the beaten path, and not so crowded on a summer's day (or night!).

Oklahoma City Civic Center

The Oklahoma City Civic Center is home to comedy, concerts, musicals, plays and much more. No matter what you are into, you will find it on their stage.

Oklahoma City Museum of Art

At the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, visit their permanent and international traveling exhibits, see their permanent collection that includes sculpture, paintings, prints and photographs. The museum houses collections in European and American art, in both the 19th and 20th centuries. You will see Renoir, O'Keeffe and more!

National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum

If you prefer a little more Western influence in your culture, try the Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. This unexpected treat gives you a look at Native Americans, the West, and 'The Cowboy Life'. The museum has sculpture galleries, a 'Fine Firearms' gallery, a 'Museum of the Frontier, a 'Children's Corral' and much more. Exhibitions are ever-changing, so check online to see what's next, or stop in to be pleasantly surprised!

Oklahoma History Center

For another way to glean the history of the area, visit the Oklahoma History Center. The museum is located on eighteen acres of land and has five main galleries as well as a number of exhibits, presenting Oklahoma's diverse history.  There are activities both inside and outside the center, include a quarter mile walking tour along the Red River. 

Let us know what you think of these venues and offer up your own suggestions in the comments below!

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