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    2401 Chautauqua Ave

    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 ...

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    555 Elm Ave

    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 ...

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    2400 Westport Dr

    This is one of the easiest courses you will find in the area. The fairways are flat with very few trees to block your shot, and the course itself is pretty short ...

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    180 W Brooks St

    Located in the heart of Oklahoma University, this stadium is the largest in the state. Also known as the Owen field, the Oklahoma Memorial Stadium pays homage to the legendary Bennie Owen ...

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    2266 W Main St

    If you are looking for an unusual toy that cannot be found at the national chains, you will probably find just what you need in this Norman shop, not too far south of Oklahoma City. With great ...

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    13101 Alameda Dr

    Part of a state park, this centrally-located lake is surrounded by tall oak trees. It is about an hour's drive from the city, just east of Norman. In addition to activities ...

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    101 E Main St

    Oklahoma City's neighbor to the south, Norman, is probably best known for being the home of the Oklahoma University Sooners, but there are some more refined ...

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    444 S Flood Ave

    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 ...

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    508 N Peters Ave

    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 ...

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    2501 Jenkins Ave

    If a fun-filled day with the family is what you seek, Reaves Park would be a great spot to pick. With its many facilities, this outdoor space appeals to people of all ...