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National Cowboy Museum

Friday, November 1st, 2013

imageTouring along the way we’ve seen all types of museums from extremely professional to homegrown.  So when when we roll into Oklahoma City and realize that there is a cowboy and western museum we aren’t quite sure what to expect. We decide to check it out.

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is no small deal!  We are blown away by the comprehensive nature of  this extraordinary facility.  Look in storefronts in Prosperity Junction a replica of a turn-of-the-century cattle town.  Visit an extensive array of paintings and sculpture.  See exhibits on everything from bunkhouse life, to rodeos, to the West in movies.  The vast array of exhibits includes many other things as well such as firearms, Native American art, the military in the West, and roping.

If you go, and I highly recommend it, allow plenty of time and be sure you pick up a map of the facility when you buy your ticket.  You’ll need it.

School in "Prosperity Junction" at the National Cowboy Museum

School in “Prosperity Junction” at the National Cowboy Museum

About the Author

I'm Renee Ettline. For twenty-something years my husband Fred and I have been Airstreamers. Since 2005 I've been writing for Airstream Life magazine on every topic from destinations and lifestyle to rivets and tires. Currently you'll find me in a section called, "Living the Life." We've Airstreamed from Alaska to Florida and California to Nova Scotia and loved every minute.