We bet you didn’t think Oklahoma City could be this much fun? Check this out Museums to both Cowboys & Indians and dinner with John Wayne. Another dinner at Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar, a cooking demo, horse racing, a Banjo Museum luncheon, Living History Performance and more . . .
In Texas and Oklahoma during the second half of the 20th Century it was a time of cattle & conflict. Cowboys clashed with the Native Tribes as ranching changed the landscape and the buffalo disappeared. Come learn of the characters who defined this era.
May in Oklahoma is a time when the taller plants such as spiderworts and black-eyed Susans creep over the tinier blooms stealing their light and water, it’s known by the Osage as the flower-killing moon . . . a time when coyotes howl because the moon is larger . . . Come explore the Heritage of Oklahoma’s early Natives and Cowboys. This package capitalizes on interest in “The Pioneer Woman” cooking show and a new movie based on the novel “Killers of the Flower Moon” . . . and it coincides with a total lunar eclipse.
Beginning with Oklahoma City’s Rodeo Opry you enjoy a great music tour that starts with Cowboy Country, continues to Memphis for a bit of Rock and Roll then drives into Nashville for the latest in American Country Music at the Grand Ole Opry.
This tour explores Oklahoma’s unique musical past and present. From the songs of the common man written by legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie to the chart-topping hits of country superstars Garth Brooks and Blake Shelton, Oklahomans have long been churning out tunes that touch world. Music has long been an integral part of the Oklahoma experience.
Fans of the Food Network and HGTV will love this tour. It’s your chance to tour the hometowns and film site locations of two very popular TV Shows. As carefree as a tumbleweed on the prairie you’ve got a chance to shop and explore sites you’ve seen on television.
Ree Drummond, aka The Pioneer Woman, has launched an empire from Pawhuska, Oklahoma, a small town brimming with charm. She is the blogger, best selling author and host of the Food Network Show “The Pioneer Woman Cooks.” This tour feature’s her story and shows the affect that a TV Show can have on a small town. It includes lots of shopping, Native American history and nature here in the High Grass. Plus there’s a Family-style Four Course Dinner in the Mercantile.