A fun day trip to the Capital City!
- Round-trip deluxe motorcoach from Tulsa and Sapulpa
- National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
- Visit to the Overholser Mansion
- Lunch at Bricktown
- Oklahoma Firefighters Museum
- Docent tour of the Oklahoma Capitol Building
Our trip includes a docent tour of the State Capitol itself, including the house and senate chambers if not in session and an educational review of the architecture and artwork in the building.
Established in 1955, the Oklahoma Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum contains more than 28,000 Western and American Indian art works and artifacts as well as the world's most extensive collection of barbed wire, saddlery and rodeo photographs.
Built in 1901 the nearly 12,000 sq ft home (not including the 4,000 sq ft carriage house) was constructed by Henry Overholser, considered by many to be the "Father of Oklahoma City" and was the first mansion built in the new city, before it became the state capital.