Vikings in Oklahoma?
This structure at Heavener
Runestone State Park in
Oklahoma preserves carvings
that some say were left by
Viking explorers.
Outlaws on the Frontier
Numerous sites in Oklahoma
preserve the heritage of the
"Old West" and its lawmen
and outlaws.
Oklahoma - Historic Sites and Points of Interest
ExploreSouthernHistory.com - Historic Sites in Oklahoma
ExploreSouthernHistory.com - Historic Sites in Oklahoma
Honey Springs Battlefield
Near Checotah, this state park preserves the scene
of the "Gettysburg of the West."
Southern History in the Old West
The modern state of Oklahoma is home to
some of the most scenic country and unique
historic sites in the South. Rich in both Native
American and "Old West" history, the state is
an outstanding destination.

The links below provide you with information
on some of the unique historic sites and
natural wonders of Oklahoma. From places
associated with the Trail of Tears to Civil War
battlefields and even alleged Viking carvings,
Oklahoma offers a myriad of attractions of
interest to those with a love of history and
scenery.
Muskogee Azalea Festival
One of the premier events in
the South takes place each
spring in Muskogee, a city
with a rich cultural history and
tremendous scenic beauty.
View from Winding Stair
Where the wind sweeps
down the...mountains? Few
people realize that eastern
Oklahoma is home to some
of the most beautiful and
historic mountains in the
South.
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Last Updated: June 26, 2013
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