"Mickey Mantle's Boyhood Home"
Old-school baseball fans will be interested in checking out Mickey Mantle's Boyhood Home, which still stands on 319 S. Quincy Street in Commerce. You can walk around the house and even shag balls in the yard.
"The Golden Driller"
Adjacent to Expo Square Expo Square (4145 E. 21st) in the historic Tulsa arena, the "Golden Driller" is a 76-foot tall statue of an oil worker and is the third tallest statue in the country.
Bricktown is a former warehouse district consisting of brick buildings constructed between 1898 and 1930 and is now a heart of entertainment, nightlife and sporting events.
"The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum"
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum is located at the site of the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Building that killed 168 people, damaged over 350 buildings in the downtown area and shook the city-and the nation -to its core.
"The Cadillac Ranch"
There's no huge sign or arching entryway, just a small gate in front of a pathway that goes back a few hundred feet to the Caddies, which stick up in the air nonchalantly
"American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum"
A new addition to the AQHA headquarters, this hall of fame and museum showcases everything about the world's most popular breed of horse.