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Into the Mirror

This exhibit features works by 20 Native American artists from the museum’s permanent collection. Learn more about Into the Mirror.

Into the Mirror exhibit title above color illustrations on lined ledger paper showing men on horseback, many  wearing large feathered war bonnets and holding weapons, in various stages of attack

Inaugural Impressions

An exhibit exploring the lives and contributions of Oklahoma’s first ladies and gentleman is now open at the Oklahoma History Center. Find out more about Inaugural Impressions.

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Galleries and Outdoor Exhibits

We invite you to experience Oklahoma’s rich and diverse history through our main galleries and exhibits on the Oklahoma History Center grounds. Outdoor features include sculptures, the Devon Energy Oil and Gas Park, and the Red River Journey.

Inasmuch Gallery
ONEOK, Inc. Gallery
Kerr-McGee Gallery
Sam Noble Gallery

Gaylord Special Exhibit Gallery
More exhibit areas
Outdoor exhibits and the Red River Journey

Gallery Guide

Our Gallery Guide includes information about featured exhibits and maps of the museum galleries and outdoor exhibits. Download the Gallery Guide (PDF)

Audio Tour

Discover more about the artifacts and exhibits at the Oklahoma History Center in our audio tour, which is available in English, Spanish, French, and German. Use the tour at the Oklahoma History Center to guide you through exhibits, or listen from home.

Take the Audio Tour

Traveling Exhibits

Exploring Oklahoma’s Latino(a) History traveling exhibit on display
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Around the State

Oklahoma History Center exhibits travel to schools, community centers, museums, and universities around the state.
Find out where to see traveling exhibits »

Reserve an Exhibit
We offer three-dimensional, full-scale exhibition packages for rental.
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