First off, the building itself is lovely. It looks as though it's designed to echo the huge grain elevators that are strewn across Oklahoma.
All of the displays are very well composed and constructed. My favorites were: the Steamboat Heroine, the Land Run exhibit, the "Crossroads of Commerce" displays focusing on businesses that were founded in Oklahoma, the Century Chest, and the special exhibit "Welcome Home: Oklahomans and the War in Vietnam."
Outdoors is a lovely walking tour of the Red River in concrete, with sculptures, educational displays about significant events in history and the flora of the area.
Prices in the cafe and museum store are a little high.
Admission was only $7 -- well worth it!
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