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Oklahoma City, OK 73173
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Things To Do in Oklahoma City, OK

Paycom Center Paycom Center

The Paycom Center is an excellent venue for major concerts, sporting events, family shows, and world-class entertainment. Have a blast watching the Oklahoma City Thunder play basketball, and check out the fantastic performances there, from WWE Monday Night Raw to Taylor Swift. With over one million guests each year, it's clear that this is the place to be for big entertainment in the city.

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First Americans Museum First Americans Museum

In Oklahoma today, visitors can explore where the collective histories of 39 unique First American Nations come to life. The First Americans Museum is a celebration of cultural diversity, history, and contributions of the indigenous people who inhabited this land long before the United States came into existence. It's important to acknowledge and honor the First American Nations that called this land home, including the Apache, Caddo, Tonkawa, Wichita, Comanche, Kiowa, Osage, Quapaw, Muscogee, and Seminole. These nations have a historical relationship with this region and have contributed to the rich tapestry of Oklahoma's cultural heritage.

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