As you might guess, Oklahoma is deeply rooted in cowboy culture. The state capital and largest city, Oklahoma City, is home to the National Cowboy Hall of Fame, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, and Bricktown, a downtown shopping and dining center that was built on the former site of “Buffalo” Bill Cody's Wild West Show.
True to its western heritage, Oklahoma also features casinos and historical monuments, as well as an abundance of great outdoor activities like hiking and rock climbing. But some of the state's best destinations are its many parks and museums. Oklahoma is home to over 60 different Native American tribes, which attract thousands of visitors to the state with a number of festivals and events throughout the year.