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National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum at Norman
1700 NE 63rd St, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73111
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National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

Cowboys and cowgirls of all ages love this Oklahoma City museum dedicated to the American West. With the utmost respect for all the region represents to the world, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum features 28,000 pieces of art and artifacts from cowboy craftsmen and Native Americans. Some of the most popular exhibits include the Weitzenhoffer Gallery of Fine American Firearms, the American Rodeo Gallery and Hall of Fame, and Prosperity Junction.



10am-5pm Daily


  • Adults - $12.50
  • Seniors (62+) - $9.75
  • Students with ID - $9.75
  • Children (4-12) - $5.75
  • Children (3 & under) - FREE


  • Wide-Open Wednesdays
  • Rodeo Hall of Fame Weekend
  • Chuck Wagon Gathering
  • Cowboy Artists of America
  • Michael Martin Murphey's Cowboy Christmas Ball


  • Education
  • Sightseeing
  • Group Tours
  • Art Classes

The End of the Trail by James Fraser

One of the most popular pieces in the collection is The End of the Trail by James Earle Fraser. The sculpture is that of an image many are certain to recognize. A single American Indian hunched over on his horse, the 17-foot plaster homage depicts the vanishing people of the U.S. frontier.

Home of The Rodeo Hall of Fame

With its home in the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, The Rodeo Hall of Fame has welcomed the best of the best since 1955. The Hall features interactive kiosks and a gallery celebrating the history of the sport.


  • What can I find at the museum?

    The museum’s 28,000-piece collection is impressive, including famous 19th and 20th-century western art, landscapes, portraits, and sculptures. Artists on display include Frederic Remington, Robert Lougheed, and Charles Marion Russel. There are galleries dedicated to the American Cowboy, Rodeo, Frontier of the West, Native Americans, and Fine American Firearms, in addition to Prosperity Junction, a recreated prairie town.
  • Are tours available?

    Tours are available by reservation only. Please call (405) 478-2250 x250 at least 2 weeks in advance of your visit to arrange the specifics.

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