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Located in OKC’s Adventure District, the Museum is open daily, except for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Browse the website to check on educational programs, temporary exhibitions and special events that may enhance your visit.
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Walter Ufer: Rise, Fall, Resurrection

This is the first retrospective exhibition of the paintings of Walter Ufer and his peers. Rise, Fall, Resurrection commemorates the centennial of Ufer’s first trip to Taos in 1914.
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Keeping Western Heritage Alive

Through galleries and collections, research and library facilities, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum proudly interprets the sagas of those who settled the American West.
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Museum News

  • New Chance To Save On Membership Now

  • Posted: Apr 8 2014
  • For a limited time only, cowboy family memberships can be purchased $10 off just in time for the Chuck Wagon Gathering and Children’s Festival! This incentive is good . . .
  • Special Upcoming Closings

  • Posted: Apr 8 2014
  • The Museum will close one hour early, Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12; the special closing time is 4:00 p.m. We apologize for any inconvenience. Come back and . . .
  • Old West Town Closed Select Dates

  • Posted: Apr 4 2014
  • Please note the Museum’s Old West town, Prosperity Junction, will close at Noon on Tuesday, April 8, and Monday, April 14, 2014, due to special events. We . . .
  • Make Your Easter Tradition at The Museum

  • Posted: Mar 28 2014
  • Families and friends making plans to celebrate Easter with food and fellowship will want to consider a special brunch hosted by Dining on Persimmon Hill, . . .
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