Welcome to Oklahoma

Oklahoma is in the South-Central U.S. where the foothills of the Ozark Mountains to the east fall into the western prairie grasslands. Once the Indian Nations where thousands of displaced Native Americans were relocated to during the 19th century, the state is home to sixty-seven tribes and speakers of 25 Native American languages. In Oklahoma City, the state capital and largest city, attractions include the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and several art districts. With some of the most varied terrain of any state, Oklahoma offers scenic beauty, diverse outdoor activities and many small towns to visit, including classic stops along over 400 miles of the original section of legendary Route 66.

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