Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City

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#18 of 19 in Museums in Oklahoma City
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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A nonprofit, Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame has for its mission the encouragement of excellence through fitness, academics, health, and sports, as well as preserving sports heritage. The museum remains free to the public and includes exhibit spaces that highlight the life and story of Jim Thorpe. Please be sure to go to the website to find out more, including a calendar of events. Remember to contact the museum in advance to make reservations and/or purchase tickets for any upcoming special events. Use Inspirock's suggestions to plan your Oklahoma City trip and find the best activities and attractions for your vacation.
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  • While visiting in OKC I went to see a baseball game at the Brickyard baseball park. I was surprised to the see the large statues of Jim Thorp and Mickey Mantle Johny Bench. I was invited in to see... 
    While visiting in OKC I went to see a baseball game at the Brickyard baseball park. I was surprised to the see the large statues of Jim Thorp and Mickey Mantle Johny Bench. I was invited in to see...  more »
  • Go see a ballgame at Chickasaw. You will see a set of plagues with great players from the state and who played there. Amazing the talent that has come from a relative small state. 
    Go see a ballgame at Chickasaw. You will see a set of plagues with great players from the state and who played there. Amazing the talent that has come from a relative small state.  more »
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  • I love sports so I really enjoyed it. Lots of people remembered and several different sports. Got to see lots of old jerseys and unis. Not very big but very very well laid out and FREE.
  • The best display of sports, history, information and artifacts anywhere in the state. This is a treasure in Bricktown that was relocated there about 3 years ago. The Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame also does many great works by way of a drug free Initiative called Bright Path for kids throughout the state.

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