Oklahoma City and Tulsa have a lot of indoor attractions that are always great spots to find whether you are traveling through, staying for the weekend or living there. The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum will take you back in time with their award winning western artists. The museum was formerly known as the National Cowboy Hall of Fame. There are several works of arts including Prosperity Junction, a 14,000 square foot Western town. Artists featured include Charles Russell, Frederic Remington, Albert Bierstadt and more. There are adult tours and children’s tours available. The museum also has a restaurant on site.
The Omniplex is a child’s dream. Here you will find numerous exhibits and hands-on exhibits and games. Exhibits include aviation and space artifacts, cultural galleries, planetarium, OmniDome Theater, hands-on science exhibits and much more. The OmniDome is the only domed-shape theater in Oklahoma. The theater is 70 feet in diameter with stereo sound. The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum features a 360-degree photograph of the Grand Canyon. The museum also features four large galleries with historical and contemporary traveling exhibitions...read more »