Boise City, Oklahoma was the only North-American city that was bombed during the Second World War… during a training of future pilots !
Do not miss
A stretch of more than 500 km of the legendary Route 66 runs diagonically through Oklahoma ; the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum is Clinton is worth visiting. The 1995 bombing of the A.P. Murrah Federal Building is poignantly remembered at the outdoor Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum. The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is dedicated to American cowboys. Oklahoma State has some of the most severe weather occurrences : they are explained in the National Weather Center in Norman. Tulsa is known for its variety of museums. Tahlequah and Muskogee played an important role in the history of the Native Cherokee. The grand Marland Estate Mansion and the smaller Marland Grand Home in Ponca City belonged to millionaire oilman E.W. Marland.
Find inspiration for Oklahoma
Depuis Chicago, vous traverserez 8 états pour vous rendre jusqu’à la côte pacifique en passant par d’incontournables lieux tel que le Grand Canyon, Santa Fe, Las Vegas et Los Angeles.
Legendary Route 66
Visit Oklahoma as a part of your Route 66 Roadtrip. Oklahoma is the place to be for Route 66 fans as a lot of the original road is still preserved in this state. Visit Tulsa & Oklahoma City and all the roadside attractions.