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Oklahoma History Center

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, 73105

Winnie Mae hangs in the atrium of the Oklahoma History Center
Photo: Willy Logan License: CC BY-SA 2.5
The Oklahoma History Center is the history museum of the state of Oklahoma. Located on an 18-acre (7.3 ha) plot, the current museum opened in 2005 and is operated by the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The Inasmuch Foundation Gallery is located on the south end of the first floor. The gallery explores the breadth of Oklahoma's artistic achievements as well as the impact of a diverse immigrant population.

Representing all 39 American Indian tribes currently associated with Oklahoma, the ONEOK Gallery offers visitors the opportunity to explore the traditional historic past of native peoples of Oklahoma as well as experience contemporary Indian cultures.

The Kerr-McGee Gallery is located on the south end of the third floor. The gallery offers a rich history of Oklahoma from oil and gas exploration to the state's military contributions since the first expeditions by the Spanish in the 16th century.

The Noble Foundation Gallery sections include education; farming and ranching; fashions; government and politics; kitchens; the Dust Bowl; land runs; law and order; urban frontiers; and weather.

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