National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City
(4.6/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web)
See Western Heritage Award-winning sculptures and paintings, and visit the exhibits of tools, clothes, and weapons at National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Find yourself in a true American prairie town called the Prosperity Junction and hear stories from the Old West. Take time to admire collections dedicated to rodeo lovers. If you get lost among the 28,000 pieces of art spread over this 19,000 sq m (200,000 sq f) museum, just ask a cowboy or a cowgirl for directions. You can also buy books, pottery, jewelry, and even Native American clothes at the gift shop. Plan your visit to National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Oklahoma City family vacation planner.
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  • This is one of my favorite places to visit in OKC. So much to look at. The paintings are AMAZING! The town on bottom floor is such a fun part of the museum. It makes you feel like you are in the old w...  more »
  • beautiful Museum about the history of cowboys and Indians, all well equipped and quite distinct according to tribe, year etc. go there
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  • It is $12.50 adults $9.75 for seniors. They gave me a map and told me to go to the right which I did and I was very confused because it had walls of paintings and sculptures for sale. Then I took anot...  more »
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  • A lovely museum , focusing on Cowboys and Western Heritage. Beutiful artwork and sculptures from Native Country, and a life sized replica of a Western Town that you can walk through. There are also beautiful outdoor gardens and quite resting spots with water features. The museum boast an amazing Great Hall, large enough to seat 600-700 people.
  • I have traveled to and seen many museums in the U.S., and I have to say that I loved this one. There was so much to see. It was interesting, quiet, and the staff was very friendly and nice. The art was so amazing. I could have stayed there all day, just looking at some of the beautiful paintings they have on display. And the food is awesome, too. Try the hummus wrap. Yum!
  • I was so blown away. Great museum. Not only if your a cowboy. Its American history. With all its beauty. Can't wait til next year to go back. So glad to be a country girl form the mid west.
  • I love this place it is all about our heritage. They have fantastic displays, they share alot of information with the best public it is all a great experience. I recommend taking the whole family. When my son was 12 or 13 he and I had a father and son outing and I got were has ands wows. It was well worth it. I give this place two thumbs and toes up. Clarence Thurmanu
  • Very family and Kid friendly place. They have an entire building dedicated to kids that they can go wild in.