Oklahoma July 12, 2015
Here Are 7 Museums In Oklahoma That Are Just Too Weird For Words
While Oklahoma does have some fabulous museums, it also has a few on the quirky side. If you’re looking to see a two-headed calf or find the largest collection of banjos on display…Oklahoma has you covered. Hop in the car and discover some of these peculiar museums in the Sooner state.
1. The American Pigeon Museum
Located in Oklahoma City, this museum celebrates the relationship between man and the pigeon, known to some as the flying rat.
2. Tom Mix Museum
The Western fim-star, Tom Mix, is remembered at this small-town museum in Dewey. Most of his work was in silent films and some businessmen wanted to honor his legacy and career.
3. The Toy and Action Figure Museum
Paul's Valley is home to the world's only museum solely devoted to the art and sculpting of action figures. Visit the gift shop to pick up a few figurines of your own.
4. Shattuck Windmill Museum & Park
Find over 50 windmills in this outdoor museum located in northwestern Oklahoma. They range in date from the 1850's to 1950's.
5. Museum of Osteology and Skulls Unlimited
Visit the south side of Oklahoma City to see this unique museum. Skulls Unlimited is adjacent to the museum and is a business that sells and cleans skulls. The owners opened the museum in 2010 to showcase their extensive collection of skulls and skeletons. All specimens come from ethical and legal sources.
6. No Man's Land Historical Museum
Located on the campus of Oklahoma Panhandle State University. It showcases items that were used in the daily lives of early homesteaders and ranchers. It also displays items that the early Native Americans used.
7. The American Banjo Museum
Find the largest collection of banjos on display in the world in Oklahoma City.
Do you know of any more strange museums in Oklahoma?