Constructed from limestone, this temple—which sprawls over a 10-acre property—looks like it has been transplanted ... More
Scottish Rite Temple
Constructed from limestone, this temple—which sprawls over a 10-acre property—looks like it has been transplanted from ancient Greece to Guthrie, Oklahoma. Visitors can spend an entire day here, marveling at the timeless beauty found in each of its 14 rooms. Each room has its own distinct character, with designs patterned after Assyrian, Egyptian, English, French Gothic, Italian, Pompeiian and ancient Roman cultures. It is truly a sight to behold, no expense was spared, as evidenced by the imported carpets and marble flooring, numerous chandeliers and nearly 400 stained glass windows.
Bring the kids to this western theme amusement park. There are tons of rides, shows, games and attractions, including four
roller coasters. Let the wee ones play in Paul Bunyan's Tiny Timber Town, and visit the authentic 1880s western ...
Located in downtown Oklahoma City, it is the only one where there is a working oil well on the grounds.
This historic building is worth the visit. Tours are offered hourly from 9am 3pm (reservations are recommended). The admission ...
The Railroad House was built as a boarding house for the near by railway works, named and completed in 1904.
Today it offers a variety of room/suite arrangements for a couple, family or groups on retreat. Their homemade baked ...