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#587157 Thu Dec 18 2014 06:12 PM
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Wife and I are headed down to Ardmore,Ok. area between Christmas and New Years. Any particular places to see?"??

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oilmanpat #587158 Thu Dec 18 2014 06:18 PM
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You could go to the cowboy hall of fame it is cool in Oklahoma city and also there is SODA POPS in Arcadia.


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texacokie #587180 Thu Dec 18 2014 08:06 PM
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Wolarock,the Private retreat of Frank Phillips near Bartlesville,Ok. and Phillips Museum in Bartlesville,also Will Rogers Museum in Claremore

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moore798 #587192 Thu Dec 18 2014 09:04 PM
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Southern Oklahoma is a great place to visit if you like lakes and outdoors unfortunately it's a bad time of year for that. The above suggestions are all good ones just not anywhere near Ardmore. Where are you flying in to or are you driving? Oklahoma City is the closest place with a large variety of activities.

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I have spent days exploring this great State. There are many small town museums pertaining to oil exploration. The original Capital City of Oklahoma was Guthrie. There is a terrific Territorial Museum there along with a Publishing Museum. The city has a great selection of Victorian architecture as well. You can pick up old stretches of Route 66 in that area and take a drive back in time. Paul www.severngaspumps.com

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gasmansgp #587247 Fri Dec 19 2014 09:05 AM
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Driving down and staying at a cousins in Lone Grove.

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oilmanpat #587273 Fri Dec 19 2014 11:11 AM
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i agree with texacokie, the cowboy hall of fame is incredible!

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Not to hijack the thread but I'll be in OK city from monday till next saturday, might have a little time to explore and would like to know also whats interesting or any good antique shops thanks...Frank


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frankpl #587367 Fri Dec 19 2014 07:19 PM
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Antique shops are hit and miss. Theres a guy in Tulsa who advertises a lot of oil and gas on Craigslist 2 1/2 hours northeast of okc.
I'm with Ron Cowboy hall is great also there are boat rides on the riverwalk at Bricktown in Okc and lot of resteraunts, pubs, and stuff.
There's even a zipline across the river there.


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JUNK KING #587400 Fri Dec 19 2014 11:18 PM
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Hope I can get some time away to go enjoy that thanks for the tip...Frank


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frankpl #587507 Sat Dec 20 2014 03:04 PM
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Heres something cool I just found near Tulsa.

https://sites.google.com/site/mikefullerautoandgasmuseum/


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frankpl #588851 Sun Dec 28 2014 07:35 AM
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Elk City and Weatherford have modest route 66 museums.

Philbrook and Gilcrease in Tulsa are renowned art museums.

Conoco museum and Marland Mansion in Ponca City

Phillips 66 museum and Woolaroc in Bartlesville.

I would be careful engaging with the gentleman from Tulsa who often list several rough signs on Craigslist.


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okoil1 #588932 Sun Dec 28 2014 03:24 PM
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Jim,
I second your last tip on the Craig's list seller!!


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