Guthrie, Oklahoma, is one of those small towns that’s full of charm, rich in history, and beaming with culture. It was the original state capital of Oklahoma until 1910 when it moved to Oklahoma City. The downtown area of Guthrie has so many historic buildings that are being restored that it’s actually the largest Historic Preservation District in the nation. When you walk the streets of Guthrie, it’s like stepping back in time.
If you also enjoy visiting haunted places, there is a haunted B&B in Guthrie – Stone Lion Inn that’s famous for being one of the most haunted places in the state. They offer murder mystery dinners or you can book an overnight stay and enjoy the creepy sounds at night.
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