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  • Science Museum Oklahoma Science Museum of Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    The Science Museum Oklahoma started out in 1958, as the Kirkpatrick Planetarium that moved to a permanent dome on the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds in 1962. During the same year, the Oklahoma Science and Arts Foundation was started on the grounds, changing its name in 1978 to the Omniplex Science Museum and moving with the Kirkpatrick Planetarium to the newly created Kirkpatrick Center museum complex. More additions were added in 1980, the Oklahoma Air and Space Museum; the Kirkpatrick Gardens and Greenhouse in 1985, and in 1998, the Omnidome Theater arrived, which was the state's first big format dome screen theater. During 2007, the Omniplex would change its name to the Science Museum Oklahoma, with a lot of remodeling happening, additions of new galleries and displays, that includes a child friendly space display and three new art galleries. The Kirkpatrick Air and Space Museum is a part of the entire complex that preserves and honors the dedication and service of Oklahomans to aerospace with important relics that include the Apollo lunar module copy that was constructed by Canadian inventor William Lishman, the Apollo Command module simulator, and relics that are related to the Oklahoman aviator Wiley Post. It also contains the Oklahoma Aviation and Space Hall of Fame that now has a new second floor display with the biographies and pictures of the inductees; with the main exhibit hall housing historical displays that include full scale models of the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo capsules and the authentic Apollo Command module simulator that was used in the training of the Apollo astronauts. The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum honors the art and technology of photography and is where the world's biggest photo-mural exists, which is a laserscape of the Grand Canyon. The gallery also contains a huge collection of Kodak camera equipment and prints. The Red Earth Museum looks at the Native American lifestyles and cultures that include numerous relics and items of artwork showcased, and a large collection of cradleboards from various tribes around the nation. The International Gymnastics Hall of Fame is also located here, that has collections of awards, sculptures, library, apparatus and medals that are dedicated to the many individuals that enhanced the sport of gymnastics that include; Mary Lou Retton, Nadia Comaneci, Vera Caslavska, Olga Korbut, Nikolai Andrianov, Valery Liukin and Bart Conner.

  • Carl Hubbell Museum
    Carl Hubbell, an American baseball player and Hall of Famer grew up in Meeker, Oklahoma after moving here from Carthage, Missouri, where he was born. Starting to play professional baseball at a late age, 25, he would soon show that he was a great player and nicknamed "King Carl" by his fans and "the Meal Ticket" by his teammates. His first major league victory was a 4-0 shutout against the Philadelphia Phillies and he would go on to end up his first season with a 10-6 record, playing all 16 years of his career with the New York Giants. Using a slow delivery to take advantage of his famous screwball, Carl would have five 20 win seasons for the Giants from 1933 to 1937; helping his team win three NL pennants and the 1933 World Series. During that marvelous series, he would win two full games, including an 11th inning 2-1 game four, although the run was unearned. In his six career Series starts, he would be 4-2 with 32 strikeouts and an excellent 1.79 era; and still famous for his incredible strikeouts of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, Joe Cronin and Al Simmons during the 1934 All-Star game, putting them down in consecutive at-bats. Carl would be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY in 1947, and another Hall of Famer, Cubs second baseman, Billy Herman said that Carl could throw strikes at midnight. The Meeker City Hall has its own museum that is dedicated to Carl Hubbell, who is buried in the town's New Hope Cemetery, with a simple headstone. Carl would become known as one of the greatest left-handed pitchers of all time.  Carl was originally signed by the Detroit Tigers in 1926, but pitching coach George McBride and player-manager Ty Cobb weren't too impressed with him, so they sent him to the Toronto Maple Leafs in the International League before the season began. They didn't think much of his screwball since it was his best pitch. Carl went 7 and 7 that season, and the next year he was asked to come to the spring training again, but neither man was anymore impressed with him, so they sent him to the minors, two steps below the Tigers, and he played with the Decatur Commodores of the Illinois-Indiana-Iowa League; where he pitched a 14-7 season. This time the Tigers didn't ask him back, but instead sent him to the Beaumont Exporters of the Texas League. Right about that time, Carl was so discouraged that he told Beaumont manager Claude Robinson that if he wasn't sold to another team he would have to quit and go into the oil business. Many years later, Carl said that leaving the Tigers was the best event that happened to him in his career. That year his big break came in June, when Giants scout, Dick Kinsella was in Houston going to the Democratic National Convention and thought he'd catch a game between the Houston Buffs and the Exporters. He wasn't there for any scouting purposes, but was very impressed with Carl and called the Giants manager, John McGraw and told him he'd been released by Detroit because of his best pitch, the screwball. McGraw said that Christy Mathewson had a screwball or fade away as the pitch was being called at that time, and it did not have any effects on his pitching. Dick followed Carl for another month and continued to be impressed, so Carl headed to the Big Apple and fame.

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  • 45th Infantry Division Museum45th Infantry Division Museum Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    The 45th Infantry Division was part of the United States Army, and was a major part of the state's National Guard, headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for the majority of its history; and traces its lineage to the state militia that was activated during the late 19th century. The group first saw action in WWII fighting in the Mediterranean area, making amphibious landings at Sicily, Salerno and Anzio, playing an important role in the liberation of Italy; just before making another amphibious landing in France to liberate it. Afterwards, the division would begin its advance on Germany itself. After it was deactivated for a few years, the 45th would head to the Korean peninsula lining up with other UN forces getting repeatedly attacked by the Chinese. Fighting in many raids and larger battles, like the Battle of Old Baldy, the division would be decorated numerous times for its actions during both wars, which would eventually be deactivated again and made into the 45th Infantry Brigade. The history of this great division began in 1890, when the militia of the territory of Oklahoma was formed, and it was mobilized in 1898 in the Spanish-American War but never was deployed. In 1916, the First Oklahoma Infantry Regiment would become part of the reconstructed 142 Infantry Regiment of the 36th Division which did see some action in the last month of WWI. Then, in 1920, the Oklahoma State militia would become the 45th Infantry Division of the Oklahoma National Guard with troops coming from New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arizona and Colorado. The division's original shoulder insignia was a gold swastika inside a red background, as a tribute to the south-western region of the nation that had many Native Americans, whose symbol this had been. But, when the Nazis came into power and used the same symbol, the division had to change, only this time it would use the thunderbird, another symbol of the Native Americans; and this was approved in 1939.  Among the excellent exhibits of the museum are original drawings by Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Bill Maudlin, who created the characters, "Willie and Joe" who chronicled the lives of the infantrymen during WWII; using both humor and realism to depict their stories. The Reaves Military Weapons collection is one of the best collections of military weapons in the country and was acquired in 1980; showcasing weapons and relics from the Revolutionary War to Vietnam. The WWII gallery shows many relics and memorabilia of that period with many personal accounts by the soldiers themselves. The Korean War gallery does the same, with the division spending almost as much time in Korea as they did in Europe. The Supporting Forces gallery pays homage to the men and women that kept these heroes fed, equipped and healthy; as well as those that helped keep the soldiers morale up. Thunderbird Park is a 15 acre site that has aircraft, personnel carriers, tanks, artillery and the Thunderbird monument.

  •  Harn Homestead
    The Harn Homestead is an Oklahoma gem that showcases the territorial history of the great state, giving a hands-on and minds-on experience that takes you back to the early period of the territory of Oklahoma. Here you can become part of the territorial farm, the elegance of a Victorian house, a one-room schoolhouse and the waste not want not mentality of a typical territorial farm family. This is a one of a kind place that invites you to become part of the history and spirit of the heroic men, women and children that settled this wild state. The homestead's history ranges over a century, beginning in the land run of April 22, 1889, in the Oklahoma territory when there were so many land disputes that President Benjamin Harrison had to appoint William Fremont Harn to become a special land commissioner to settle them. Mr. Harn and his wife, Alice, came to the territory and purchased 160 acres, where the homestead sits today. Since he was an experienced claims adjuster, Harn knew the value of land and would become one of the developers of Oklahoma City; buying land near where downtown Oklahoma City sits today, and was instrumental in having other neighborhoods developed. The best known of these is Harndale, which is now Heritage Hills and contains some of the city's oldest homes; numerous ones that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Harn was a generous person, and donated 40 acres of land so that the state could locate its capital in Oklahoma City instead of Guthrie, as did his neighbor, Mr. Culbertson, so the state capital building sits on both of their lands that were donated.

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  • Santa Fe Cattle Co.
    Starters; chips & fresh made salsa; chips & queso is melty cheese and ground beef; smokin wings either spicy or homemade chipotle BBQ sauce; jumbo fried cheese; Texas toothpicks is thin strips of onions and mild jalapeno coated with crisp zesty batter; quesadilla is grilled and loaded with chicken, cheese, tomatoes and bacon; nachos grande is crispy tortilla chips topped with seasoned beef, beans, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, jalapenos and sour cream. Salads and Soups; salads served with homemade yeast rolls; big "A" salad is choice of mixed greens or Caesar; taco salad is choice of grilled chicken or seasoned ground beef on crispy lettuce served in flour tortilla bowl, topped with sautéed onions, peppers, tomatoes, cheese and tortilla strips with sour cream and salsa; blackened sirloin salad is sirloin steak strips seasoned with Cajun spices, topped with bleu cheese crumbles, bacon, sundried tomatoes, mixed greens or Caesar; Asian chicken salad is grilled chicken, snow peas, sweet peppers, tortilla strips, red cabbage and mixed greens in sesame ginger dressing topped with house spicy peanut sauce; Santa Fe chili; soup of the day. Chuckwagon Favorites; the Duke's chicken fried steak is breaded hand cut steak lightly fried and covered with white or brown gravy with mashed potatoes and gravy; southwest chicken pasta is grilled seasoned chicken served over penne pasta with fresh tomatoes and creamy three cheese Alfredo sauce; grilled Texas burrito is grilled flour tortilla stuffed with seasoned ground beef, cheese, onions, peppers topped with melty queso and pico de gallo, served with charro beans and rice. Chicken and Seafood; Alamo chicken breast grilled with homemade chipotle BBQ sauce topped with cheddar cheese and pico de gallo; crispy chicken tenders served with homemade honey mustard sauce; chicken Santa Fe covered with sautéed onions, mushrooms, bacon, Monterey jack cheese and drizzled with homemade honey mustard; grilled Cajun catfish; chicken tenders; coconut shrimp; grilled salmon; grilled shrimp dinner.

  • Pelican's
    Starters; fresh mushrooms hand battered with ranch dressing; calamari is fried squid rings; clam strips; fried zucchini with ranch dressing; mozzarella sticks; potato skins with melted cheese, bacon bits, chives and sour cream; shrimp cocktail; chicken strips with homemade gravy or Dijon mustard; topless fresh oysters; Pelican's crab cakes with remoulade sauce; stuffed mushrooms is baked with crab stuffing and melted Swiss cheese in garlic sauce; chicken nachos loaded with tomato, onions, green peppers, sour cream, jalapenos and melted cheddar and Monterey jack cheeses; steamed mussels with garlic sauce. Soups & salads served with bread; house salad is crisp salad greens with mushrooms, tomatoes, black olives croutons; salad & soup bar; soup of the day; New England clam chowder; grilled chicken salad; Hawaiian chicken salad is grilled teriyaki chicken with pineapple and coconut; blackened chicken salad; fried chicken salad. Pasta served with garlic bread and salad; pasta prima vera is lightly sautéed mix of broccoli, onions, mushrooms, green peppers, tomatoes on pasta topped with Monterey jack cheese; fettuccini alfredo. Steak & Prime Rib; club sirloin topped with sautéed mushrooms or onions; rib eye 10oz.; filet mignon 8 oz.; ground sirloin; NY strip 12 oz.; petite sirloin; petite teriyaki sirloin; chicken fried steak; prime rib with au jus; served with salad bar or house salad, fresh baked bread and choice of potato, rice or steamed veggies. Seafood; tilapia; stuffed sole baked with crab stuffing, clam chowder and melted Monterey jack cheese; shrimp scampi is 9 jumbo shrimp baked in garlic sauce; Pelican fried shrimp; broiled Norwegian salmon; Pelican crab cakes; calamari; Alaskan king crab; Australian lobster tail; Pelican's boiled shrimp; steamed mussels; scallops; shrimp sautéed in veggies and teriyaki sauce served over rice; mahi mahi; catfish filets; blackened catfish; coconut shrimp; Pelican fried oysters; clam strips; Pelican's frog legs; fisherman's platter; chicken sauté; Hawaiian chicken; grilled chicken; chicken strips; chicken Dijon; chicken Santa Fe; blackened chicken.

 

Chicken Fried Steak Santa Fe Cattle Co. Midwest City, Oklahoma

 

Grilled Cajun Catfish Santa Fe Cattle Co. Midwest City, Oklahoma

 

Grilled Shrimp Dinner Santa Fe Cattle Co. Midwest City, Oklahoma

 

 

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  • Oklahoma History Center Oklahoma History Center Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    The Oklahoma History Center is the history museum of the state of Oklahoma and is located across the street from the governor's mansion, and opened in 2005; to preserve the history of the state from its prehistoric Native American tribes to the current day. The center is divided into various galleries that include the Inasmuch, Noble Foundation, ONEOK, Kerr-McGee and special exhibits. The Inasmuch gallery contains the artistic achievements of the state's residents as well as the impact of the very diverse immigrant population. It is found on the south wing, on the first floor and contains  

  • cultural diversity, sports, voice, Wild West shows, culture and the arts, images of Oklahoma, radio and television and vacuum tubes; with rotating exhibits about the arts and cultural diversity. The ONEOK gallery is on the opposite side, first floor, that represents 39 American Indian tribes that are associated with the state, and giving visitors the chance to discover the historic past of the native tribes of the state, and to experience their cultures. Using the present day Indian experience to become a bridge for the past and present, the display showcases Indian art, photographic images, artifacts, tribal music and oral histories of the Indian tribes of the state. It also includes; living ways, dwellings, languages, tribes, sovereignty, Indian lives, origins and spirituality. The Kerr-McGee gallery includes much about the oil and gas of the state, artifacts taken from an 1830s riverboat that was just excavated from the Red River, and more; located on the south wing third floor. The Noble Foundation Gallery is also on the third floor but the opposite end and includes much information about the lottery and land runs that helped build the state; with various sections commenting on the fashions, education, farming and ranching, kitchens, the Dust Bowl, weather, government and politics, urban frontiers, land runs and law and order. 

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  • Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage MuseumGaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    Anna B. Korn began the Oklahoma Memorial Association in 1927, as well as the Oklahoma Hall of Fame to honor those citizens that had contributed to the state in excellent service during their lives. It held the first Oklahoma statehood celebration and the year after inducted the first recipients into the Hall of Fame. It wasn't until 1960 that the organization began to think about a structure to house the busts and portraits of the Hall of Famers, although 10 years later, the Hefner family would donate Judge Robert Hefner's former mansion. The organization started the restoration process and renamed it the Oklahoma Heritage House and considered changing its name to the Oklahoma Heritage Association to show the expansive role it was now playing in the preservation of the state's history. The Oklahoma Heritage House opened in 1972, and their first garden party was held, that has become an annual tradition, and it also had its first annual awards ceremony to honor those people that are instrumental in saving the state's history. The association published its first book, about Judge Hefner, that became the first biography in their new Trackmaker series. As the years rolled by, the organization became involved in scholarship programs, poster/ essay contests and more that reflected the importance and interest in the history of the state. In 2001, the association purchased the Mid-Continent Life Insurance building in Oklahoma City with a generous gift from Edward Gaylord and in 2004, they began the restoration process with matching funds from T. Boone Pickens. Finally, in 2006, the organization moved into the marvelous 1927 building to prepare for the grand opening of the Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum and since that day has been offering high-tech and interactive exhibits that showcase the history of the state, and its people. Using touch screens, the visitor can learn all about the state's outstanding citizens like Wiley Post, Matt Hoffman, Reba McEntire and Shannon Lucid; as well as their marvelous contributions to the state. In another gallery, you will learn more about the two men that really made this museum possible; T. Boone Pickens and Edward L. Gaylord, their interesting lives and how they became so successful. The Bust gallery is another, as is the ONEOK exhibit that allows visitors, from the state, to tell their stories which become part of the exhibit. The Chesapeake Oklahoma Theater is another opportunity to learn much more about this awesome state and the people that helped build it. The Hall of Fame is also here, as is the story of the building, with so much to see and do, that it would take a day or two to enjoy learning about the great history of Oklahoma.

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Governor's MansionGovernor's Mansion Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
The Oklahoma Governor's mansion is the official residence of the governor of the great state of Oklahoma, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. When the state entered the Union in 1907, their legislature began thinking about building their new legislature state capitol, but not the governor's mansion. The capitol was completed in 1919, and at that time, they started thinking about a home for their governor, although the site had previously been chosen in 1914; east of the capitol. The marvelous grassy hillside location would stay that way for more than 10 years while the legislature argued about the funding for the mansion, which didn't happen until 1927, as the state itself became richer as the oil boom spread across its lands. The legislature allocated $100,000 for the project, with three quarters of the money being used for the structure itself and the remainder for the interior furnishings. In 1929, they would spend another $39,000 for the beautiful landscaping and more outdoor structures to sit on the property; with the mansion itself being finished in 1928 and built in a Dutch-colonial style using Carthage limestone so the outside would look the same as the exterior of the capitol building. The mansion contains 19 rooms, although today it has 12, with a library, kitchen, parlor, five bedrooms, dining room, sun room and grand ballroom; using all of the 14,000 square feet. Henry S. Johnston was the first governor to live in the new house, but only lived there for three months, since he was soon impeached. William H. Murray would therefore be the first governor to spend his entire term in the mansion; although it was during the Great Depression. Wishing to help his fellow citizens, Murray would bring in a team of mules to plow up some of the mansion's property so that these unfortunate folks could plant vegetables for their families. He was such a colorful person that an urban legend has grown up over the years, saying his ghost still haunts the mansion making sure that the future governors would do their duty to help the citizens of the state. In 1935, E. W. Marland took office and oil was discovered on the grounds. The legislature would take advantage of this lucky strike and put a well up that would stay there during the 1930s and 1940s. During the 1960s, a temporary heliport was installed so that President Johnson could visit in his helicopter, and after he left, the concrete slab was turned into a tennis court. In the 1970s, the legislature raised money for a private swimming pool to be added to the grounds, which was shaped like the state. During the governership of Frank Keating, in 1995, the mansion enjoyed a thorough restoration, with Keating asking citizens to donate time for the refurbishment; and many did come to help. To assist with the financing, the Friends of the Governors Mansion, Inc. was started to help with the fundraising. A lot of structural work had to be done on the kitchen so that it would be able to continue making state dinners, but the red and black granite countertops were saved, which had come here from Granite, Oklahoma. In the library, all the walnut panels and moldings were brought back to their original condition, and the room's 1928 color scheme of gold, green and burgundy were kept. In the ballroom, a Persian rug was placed over the maple wood floor, while its moldings, windows and chandeliers were made to copy the originals from 1928. During the years, the original 19 rooms, sitting on three different floors, were decreased to 12, so that the sizes of the rooms could be increased; and the current Governor, Brad Henry and his family live on the second floor's five rooms. All of the furniture on this floor and the furnishings were donated by Oklahomans, and will remain in the mansion for all governors.

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  • Oklahoma River CruisesOklahoma River Cruises Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    In 2006, city officials started to create the Oklahoma River Water Transport Mobility Program, desiring to create an exciting transportation connection between the city's new riverfront development and downtown to the outlying motels and hotels. The North Canadian River was transformed by the Corps of Engineers into a beautiful 7 mile stretch of river that was named the Oklahoma River and bordered by marvelous landscaping, 14 miles of recreational opportunities that included trails, fishing, boating, wetlands, three dams, over 6000 trees and 18 pedestrian bridges. Locks have been constructed along the river to allow three vessels to navigate the new corridor that now connects the downtown area to the Meridian Avenue hotel corridor, and each one can take 35 passengers onboard to enjoy a wonderful excursion between the two sites, as well as all the wonderful sights and attractions along the way. The cruise line offers private cruises, themed and public cruises that will offer many diverse opportunities to families and individuals visiting the Oklahoma City area. The public cruise offers 45 minutes of fun and enjoyment for each leg and run from April until November; with a midway landing just opening in 2010. The vessel carries excellent snacks and beverages, box lunches or special event cakes. Private cruises are available for any kind of special events, including weddings, business meetings, reunions, birthday parties and more. The package allows for 35 people, 1.5 hours of cruising time, as well as offering entertainment and catering services. They do have audio and video equipment available for your use, and one package includes the use of the Regatta Park Pavilion & Plaza. Themed cruises will surely inspire you to have an exciting and entertaining time with History comes Alive, where colorful Oklahoma characters reenact historical events; like Wiley Post, 1930s Oil Field Roughneck, 1890s US Territorial Marshal, 1840s Fur Trapper, Land Run participant, 1870s Cowboy, Civil War participant and Pioneer Woman. They offer a Saturday Morning Cartoon Cruise, that offer cracker jacks, classic cartoons and a cruise; the Sunday Sensation Live cruise that has awesome music and entertainment and Sunset cruises that have music and appetizers to help you thoroughly enjoy the sun setting across the waters at dusk, which is a magnificent sight along the new Oklahoma River.

  • John Conrad Regional Golf Course
    The John Conrad Golf Course in Midwest City, Oklahoma was designed and created by Floyd Farley in 1971, sitting on 160 beautiful acres with tree lined roughs, water features, rolling hills and wandering creeks, manicured Bermuda grass fairways and bent grass greens. The green fees are so reasonable, it is no wonder that folks will come here for a great game of golf from other parts of the country. The fee includes 18 holes of challenging golf, with driving range, two putting greens and a practice green with bunker; so you should have no problems warming up and getting the feel for this exciting and excellent course. The course has a full service pro shop, the John Conrad Grill that is open for breakfast and lunch, and a 3000 square foot tournament pavilion that has a huge scoreboard, restrooms and outdoor tables and chairs to relax for a few in between the 18 holes. Their professional golf instructors are PGA members and will help in any way possible to improve your game, swing or what have you. Naturally they have carts for rent if you prefer riding to walking the game, although the scenery is so lovely that you will probably opt for walking once you see it, as well as getting some good exercise. Holes 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 15, 17 and 18 are all par 4, with 3, 9, 13 and 16 par 5 and the remainder par 3, offering you a wonderful and exciting game that will be more fun than a barrel of monkeys. Number 3 is 518 yard par 5, with number 9 the same, and number 13 555 yards is perhaps a very unlucky number if you are a hooker since the entire left fairway runs along water; and number 16 is 551 yards. No matter what your skill level is, the game should be one of your more challenging and exciting, with great views and marvelous weather.

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May 11, 2011