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• Experience the Overholser Mansion, a 1903-built Queen Anne and Chateauesque-style house considered to be Oklahoma's first mansion. Owner Henry Overholser, deemed the "father of Oklahoma City" by many, and his wife, Anna Murphy Overholser, commissioned architect W.S. Matthews to create a home that stood apart. It features hand-painted ceilings and walls, Italian light fixtures, and French stained-glass windows.

• Attend an array of performing arts in an historic 1937 venue constructed in the Art Deco and neoclassical styles. The Civic Center Music Hall, initiated during F.D.R.'s New Deal as part of the Public Works Administration, today houses six stages presenting some 250 performances annually. It was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2016.

• Shop at to Langston's Western Wear, which has been outfitting Oklahomans for more than a century. The store, housed in a restored 1910 building, started as a shopping destination for ranchers and farmers and today is a beacon of boots, belt buckles, hats, and Western wear.
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