Rambling Oaks Courtyard

12310 S Western Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73170
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Things To Do in Oklahoma City, OK

LibertyFest Edmond's Fourth of July Festival LibertyFest Edmond's Fourth of July Festival

Edmond's July 4th Festival is a fantastic celebration of the great nation's birth and the state of Oklahoma's rich heritage. What makes it even more remarkable is that it's organized and run by a non-profit of dedicated volunteers from the Edmond area. Their goal is to create fun, family-friendly events that showcase the best of Edmond, enhance the community, and support non-profit and civic organizations. As the proud host city of LibertyFest, Edmond has an incredible line-up of events to entertain and educate residents and visitors alike. With the support of the City of Edmond, the University of Central Oklahoma, local businesses, civic organizations, and individuals, LibertyFest truly is a testament to the community's spirit and pride.

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American Banjo Museum American Banjo Museum

Explore the music and cultural significance of the banjo, America's beloved instrument, at the renowned American Banjo Museum, where they dedicate and safeguard the banjo's vibrant history, dynamic essence, and limitless musical possibilities. The museum has an impressive collection of banjos available for public viewing, boasting over 400 instruments, films, recordings, instructional materials, printed music, ephemera, and memorabilia worldwide. The galleries feature various types of banjos, including primitive ones made by enslaved Africans, minstrel-age instruments from the mid-19th century, Classic Era banjos from the late 1800s and early 1900s, and post-WWII banjos used in bluegrass, folk, and world music.

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