There’s a long list of things OKC is famous for—its food, its craft beer, the MAPS projects—but did you know that OKC is also famous for being the horse show capital of the world?
Tucked away in Santa Fe Plaza, nestled snugly between BancFirst Tower and the Skirvin Hotel is a holiday gem that is uniquely Oklahoman.
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year has arrived in OKC and there's no shortage of activities to keep you in holly jolly spirits.
For the aspiring historians out there we’ve compiled a list of some of the more historic spots across Oklahoma City that you might be especially interested in visiting.
Cowboy ethics and an unwritten Western creed have inspired the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s upcoming film series, The Code of the West – Western Movie Matinees, on Wednesdays from August 29 – September 19 at 1:00 p.m.
Just the word “Oklahoma” will generally evoke one of two images.
Happening every summer for the past 46 years, The Prix De West is a “prestigious invitational art exhibit of more than 300 Western paintings and sculpture by the finest contemporary Western artists in the nation."