Spouse and Guest Program

 


Monday June 19

Oklahoma Heritage Tour

The adventure around Oklahoma City starts downtown Oklahoma City to see one of the world’s largest bronze sculptures depicting the 1889 land run.  Then travel to the State Capitol Building for a photo op.  Next door is the Oklahoma History Center. Explore Smithsonian-quality exhibits that bring to life visions of Oklahoma.  Visit and enjoy lunch at Remington Park.  Come and see the vast collection of classic and contemporary Western art at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.  It is an Oklahoma City must see.

About (8) Hour Tour

  • Short stops at the Centennial Land Run Monument and at the Oklahoma State Capitol for Photo Op. (dependent on weather)
  • Admission and Guided Tour of Oklahoma City History Museum @10 am
  • Lunch at an Oklahoman Favorite Bricktown Brewery at Remington Park reservations at 12:30
  • Admission and Guided Tour of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum




Tuesday June 20
Oklahoma City Standard Tour

Explore Downtown Oklahoma City with a visit to the River Walk to delight in the venue without the crowds.  See the world’s largest collections of glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly and decades of art that resides at the OKC Museum of Art.  Enjoy a glass of wine with your meal at the Art Museum Café.  Next at the OKC National memorial, learn about the Oklahoma standard that came from a day Oklahomans will never forget, the 1995 bombing that hit the heart of Oklahoma City.

About (7) Hour Tour

  • A walk around the River Walk
  • Admission and Guided Tour of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art @10 am
  •  Lunch at the Art Museum Café with reservations at noon
  • Admission and Self-Guided Tour of Oklahoma City National Memorial along with a first person: Stories of Hope




Wednesday June 21

Chickasaw Nation Tour

Take a trip to experience Native American Culture in Chickasaw Country in Sulfur, Oklahoma.  The first stop is at the Badre´ Choclolate Factory to enjoy a sample of their fine chocolate.  Badre´ which simply means better in Norwegian started over four decades ago and now is the only Native American tribe owned shop to create its own brand of delicious morsels.  Next will be a small stop to see the Chickasaw national Recreation area and then an authentic lunch at the Aaimpa’ Café. Afterwards tour the Chickasaw Cultural museum that takes you through Chickasaw history and their rich culture.  Lastly stop to relax and drink at the Rusty Nail Winery for a wine tasting of Oklahoman wines.

About (8) Hour Tour

  • Self-Guided Tour of the Bedre Chocolate Factory
  • Shops or small hike of Chickasw National Recreation Area
  • Lunch at the Aaimpa’ Café reservations @ 11 am
  • Admission and Guided tour at the Chickasaw Cultural Center
  • Wine tasting at the Rusty nail Winery