OKC is known for its cuisine, culture, and attractions. The city boasts fun happenings all year round, but it's especially the case as the weather starts to cool down a bit.

If you're looking for ways to stay entertained in the area, check out our list of fall things to do in Oklahoma City, OK!

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

Renowned Collection of Western Art
It's no secret that OKC is rich in cowboy culture. (It's known as the "Horse Show Capital of the World," after all). Which is why you should make a point of visiting the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum this fall.

Founded in 1955, the museum preserves and exhibits an "internationally renowned collection of Western art and artifacts." Additionally, they host various educational programs to promote interest in the American West legacy.

If you're interested in just visiting the place, we recommend checking out the various exhibitions, such as Colors of Clay and Small Works, Great Wonders.

Check out the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Facebook page for more info on the place and its various exhibits.

Oklahoma City Zoo

For Adventurers of All Ages (& Species)
If you're looking for a place where the kids can "go wild," the Oklahoma City Zoo is a great option.

That's because in addition to the various types of animals roaming the grounds, there are exciting rides and attractions to enjoy. If you're looking for a specific animal, you'll want to visit one of the various habitats, such as the:

  • Cat Forest
  • Island Life
  • Hoofed Animals

Then, if you wish to learn about the history of these creatures, you can do so in the ZooZeum. You'll not only learn about favorite animals like Judy the Elephant, but you'll also learn about the zoo in general since its opening in 1902.

There's even more to explore, which you can see on the Oklahoma City Zoo Facebook page.

Science Museum Oklahoma

Discover Science's Role in Our Everyday Lives
Since 1958, the Science Museum Oklahoma has been "enriching people's lives by revealing the wonder and relevance of science."

They do this through their 350,000 square feet of hands-on science exhibits. There's even a 20,000-square-foot "city" called CurioCity. In the eight whimsical sections, or neighborhoods, children are encouraged to learn through play. They'll be exposed to science through different interactive activities, including storytelling and playing instruments.

If botany is more your thing, you'll love walking around the Gardens. There are native and Oklahoma-proven plants throughout the grounds. Plus, you'll get to explore the hobby greenhouse and even play some lawn games!

There's so much more to see and do here, which you can discover on the Science Museum Oklahoma Facebook page.

Excitement Awaits This Fall in OKC

As you can see, there are plenty of entertaining activities for the whole family to enjoy. So, gather everyone into the Volkswagen and head to any of these attractions in Oklahoma City this fall!

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