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Cowboy museum security on social

Museums around the world may be closing to promote social distancing, and for some museum staff, that means assuming new roles in this unprecedented situation. At the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Tim is the head of security. Now that the museum is closed, however, Tim was given the added responsibility of managing the museum’s social media account — and the result is hilarious. View this post on Instagram ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Cowboy, Social Media, Cnn, Mallorca, Duke, All, Tim, National Cowboy Western Heritage Museum, National Cowboy Museum, John Wayne Lucas, John Wayne Enterprises, Oklahoma City Tim


Designing the Perfect Quick Getaway to Oklahoma City

In recent years I’ve firmed embraced the concept of micro-vacations; quick weekend getaways to new spots. Sure, I also love those weeklong adventures halfway around the planet, but I’ve learned the necessity of leaving home more frequently as a way to decompress and mentally reset myself. Any trip we take has benefits, and most recently I found myself enjoying those benefits in Oklahoma City. I had briefly visited the capital of Oklahoma while driving Route 66, but since spending 12 hours (...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Washington, Time, United States, Nba, Brussels, Oklahoma, West End, North America, Mediterranean, Destinations, Oklahoma City, Soho, Federal Building, Jeff


Oklahoma Children's Theatre offers fun night for kids at Western museum

A young cowgirl makes a bolo tie at Oklahoma Children's Theatre's Western Round Up Night at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. [Photo By Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman] The Friday Fun Night series has been a staple program at Children's Theatre since 2007.
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Michael Martin Murphey brings Cowboy Christmas Ball back to Oklahoma City museum

Michael Martin Murphey will perform his 21st Cowboy Christmas Ball at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Friday night. [Photo provided] People from 22 countries, including Germany, England and New Zealand, flocked to Oklahoma City last year to celebrate Christmas the cowboy way.
Tags: New Zealand, Oklahoma City, Michael Martin Murphey, National Cowboy Western Heritage Museum, Germany England