True Western Towns

10 for 10: Oklahoma City, OK

Touring our #4 town of the year, from Stockyards City to Frontier City.

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1. The Old West lives in Stockyards City. Begun in 1910, shortly after statehood, the Oklahoma National Stockyards remains the world’s largest stocker and feeder cattle market. You’ll also enjoy the Western outfitters, shops and restaurants.

 

2. Cattlemen’s Steakhouse is known for its unique history (open since 1910!) and terrific food. You won’t find a better steak or a tastier slice of pie.

3. Every weekend, the family-friendly Rodeo Opry provides live talent from locals to the likes of Reba McEntire, Wanda Jackson and Wade Hayes.

4. Red Earth Museum houses more than 1,400 items of American Indian fine art, pottery, basketry, textiles and beadwork. Be sure to check out the Deupree Cradleboard Collection.

5. At the south end of Bricktown stands the heroic Oklahoma...

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