The fireplace at Sequoyah’s Cabin, where the Cherokee scholar found warmth after his long journey west.

Southern History in the Old West

The modern state of Oklahoma is home to some of the most scenic country and unique historic sites in the South. Rich in both Native American and “Old West” history, the state is an outstanding destination.

The links below provide you with information on some of the unique historic sites and natural wonders of Oklahoma. From places associated with the Trail of Tears to Civil War battlefields and even alleged Viking carvings, Oklahoma offers a myriad of attractions of interest to those with a love of history and scenery.

Oklahoma 4th of July Fireworks 2018

200th Anniversary of the First Seminole War

14 Flags Museum in Sallisaw

Captain’s Castle

Death of Ma Barker (Florida)

Fort Gibson Historic Site

Fort Gibson National Cemetery

Heavener Runestone Park

Honey Springs Battlefield State Park

Horse Thief Spring

Military Road Historic Site

Milly Francis – The Creek Pocahontas

Muskogee Area Historic Sites

Muskogee Azalea Festival

Natural Falls State Park

Ouachita Mountains

“Real” Rooster Cogburn

Robbers Cave State Park

Sequoyah’s Cabin Historic Site

Spiro Mounds Archaeological State Park

Tenkiller State Park

Talimena Scenic Drive

U.S.S. Batfish – Oklahoma’s Submarine

Washita Battlefield National Historic Site

Other Points of Interest in Oklahoma:

A.J. Seay Home

Cherokee Heritage Center

Chisolm Trail Museum

Doaksville Archaeological Site

Fort Supply Historic Site

Fort Towson Historic Site

Fort Washita Historic Site

Frank Phillips Home

Fred Drummond Home

George M. Murrell Home

Oklahoma City National Memorial

Oklahoma History Center

Oklahoma National Wildlife Refuges

Pawnee Bill Ranch

Peter Conser Home

Route 66 Museum

Sod House Museum

T.B. Ferguson Home

Will Rogers Memorial Museums