Sightseeing in Bethany


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  • Museum of Osteology
    In 1972, when most other 7-year-olds were building their baseball-card and bottle-cap collections, Jay Villemarette began collecting skulls. His lifetime hobby evolved into a full-time vocation in 1990 after he opened Skulls Unlimited, a one-of-a-kind bone-replica shop that earned the limelight on popular TV shows such as Dirty Jobs and Ripley's Believe It or Not!. By 2010, Jay's widespread success led him to establish the Museum of Osteology, which currently houses the largest privately held collection of osteological specimens in the world, with more than 300 skeletons and, most importantly, zero zombie sightings to date. Education abounds throughout the 7,000-square-foot space as visitors investigate rare species, skulls, and skeletons from all corners of the world. The form and function of the skeletal system weave a common thread through each of the museum's exhibits, which showcase topics such as adaptation, locomotion, and specific categories of animals, including marsupials, birds, and reptiles. After exploring displays and begging skeletons for their teeth-whitening regimen, interim osteologists can visit the gift shop, where souvenirs, toys, and replicas of museum models are available to start personal collections.
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    10301 S Sunnylane Rd
    Oklahoma City, OK US
  • National Softball Hall of Fame
    Each ticket grants you admittance to any game throughout the day, with the potential of seeing up to four games. All Groupons also include two admissions to the National Softball Hall of Fame (a $12 combined value) and a commemorative poster (a $5 value) featuring Olympic Silver Medalists Jennie Finch, Jessica Mendoza, Cat Osterman, and Natasha Watley?giving this deal a total value of $37 or $47.
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    2801 Northeast 50th Street
    Oklahoma City, OK US
  • Harn Homestead
    Originally home to Mr. William Fremont Harn, his wife Alice, and their sassy talking cow, the Harn Homestead was built during the 1889 Land Run and has since become a first-rate museum that gives visitors a hands-on experience of Little House on the Prairie?time simplicities thanks to interactive exhibits and costumed re-creationists. Bring G-rated pioneer fantasies to life with an educational romp around the Homestead's seven historic buildings. Visit a one-room schoolhouse, tour the graceful Victorian dwelling, or pack a picnic to enjoy on the grassy promenade.
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    1721 N Lincoln Blvd
    Oklahoma City, OK US
  • Science Museum Oklahoma
    Science Museum Oklahoma's 70-foot-diameter Dome Theater has a 36,000-watt digital sound system that makes any movie a full-body experience, like skydiving or donating half a liver. Climb to your comfortable theater seat to watch professional climbers ascend to the world's greatest theater seat in Everest, a 40-minute film about scaling the world's most daunting peak. SMO's other feature film, Fighter Pilot: Operation Red Flag, follows Captain John Stratton in his F-15 Eagle as he participates in combat training exercises for the U.S. Air Force.
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    2100 NE 52nd St
    Oklahoma City, OK US
  • American Banjo Museum
    Two floors spanning 21,000 square feet exhibit the American Banjo Museum's more than 300 shiny string-boxes and other instruments, providing tune-lovers and armchair folklorists with a rich history of American music. Every era of banjo evolution is represented with corresponding displays on the first floor, from its beginnings among slaves in the 17th century, to its ornate four-string iterations in the Jazz Age, to its proliferation among street-prophets as a dowsing-rod for buried sandwiches. Head to the special gallery to scope the pristine collection of Gibson Mastertone banjos, including an extremely rare pre-war five-stringer valued at more than $175,000, or learn about the luminaries of the plectrum at the Banjo Hall of Fame.
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    9 East Sheridan Ave
    Oklahoma City, OK US
  • OK City National Memorial and Museum
    This outdoor memorial pays tribute to those individuals who lost their lives in the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995. Visitors can walk along the reflecting pool and pay their respects at the Field of Empty Chairs, where 168 chairs represent each life lost on that tragic day.
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    620 North Harvey Avenue
    Oklahoma City, OK US

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