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Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma Museum of History, OK

Smithsonian Institution Affiliations Program

Overview

The Oklahoma State Museum of History is a division of the Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS). In addition to participating in and fully supporting the overall mission of the OHS, the museum collects, preserves and interprets the complete history of Oklahoma for everyone. The museum fulfills its mission through the application of the highest standards of collections care, the presentation of diverse in-house and traveling exhibits, and multi-disciplinary educational programs. In addition to its primary focus on Oklahoma history, the museum provides exhibits and educational programs representative of a wider cultural context. The museum collects, preserves and interprets artifacts and materials relevant to the histories, societies and cultures of all the diverse peoples of Oklahoma, including contemporary societies. Service, fiscal responsibility, and institutional excellence are standards applied to all elements of the museum's operations.

Recreational Activities:

  • INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS
  • VISITOR CENTER

Address:

2100 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City,OK,73105-4997
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