Red Carpet Country Oklahoma

Poncan Theatre - Explore the grand, historic theatre. Savor its rich, colorful history. Come see great entertainers and fine films today.

Woodward Arts Theatre & Josie Adams Cultural Centre - Allied to its historical significance, The Woodward Arts Theatre and Josie Adams Cultural Center complex is one of the hubs of arts, cultural, and social activity in all of Northwest Oklahoma.

Marland Estate - The Marland story is fascinating and his home is an architectural wonder. It was designed and constructed as a showplace for pieces of fine art and in the process, it became a masterpiece in its own right. As you tour through this site, we'll show you the mansion and tell you the Marland story.

Shattuck Windmill Museum - Visitors will find 39 vintage windmills and one wind generator up on a 4 acre site at the junction of Highways 283 and 15. You will also find a reconstructed half-dugout of local caliche rock which is furnished as it might have been in 1900.

Railroad Museum of Oklahoma - The museum maintains a vast collection of unique railroad items, including: A rail yard containing a collection of rolling stock, Dining car china and silverware. Bells, lights, whistles and lanterns. Reference library of books, photos and videotapes. Operating HO and N-gauge model railroads.

Pioneer Woman Museum - Showcases the history of women in Oklahoma and their influence on the development of the state and nation and preserves the legacy of women from all races, creeds, and nationalities who have made significant contributions to the history of Oklahoma.

Ponca City Art Center - The stately Soldani Mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a work of art in itself, is home to the Ponca City Art Center and its many activities. These include artists' exhibits, art classes, workshops and the annual Fine Arts Festival.

Guymon Community Theatre - Four productions a year, including one musical. You'll laugh, cry, cheer, and want to stand up and sing out loud!

Splash Zone Waterpark - A choice sure to delight everyone in your group at a very affordable price! Slides, an activity pool, the Lazy River, the Kiddie Cove, sand volleyball, horse shoes, shuffle board, basketball, and even an arcade!

Cherokee Strip Museum - The Museum offers 40 rooms available for viewing, including the Drug Store, Prisoner of War Room, Kitchen, Country Store, Gun Room, Model Railroad, Old Saloon, the Oklahoma Room, an Agricultural Building, Implement Yard, a very special One Room School House. and many more displays.

Leonards's Children's Museum - Created to provide innovative education opportunities and is dedicated to the idea that children of all ages learn best when having fun through participatory exhibits, and programs. Touch a real dinosaur egg, slide down a 3 story slide, build your own castle, get lost in a variety of bridges, tunnels and mazes, travel to the moon in a simulated space shuttle and more.

The No Man's Land Museum - Offers a wide variety of notable exhibits dedicated to preserving the history of the area. The museum houses several permanent exhibits, including the Baker and Duckett collections, as well as traveling exhibits, and a gift shop.

Standing Bear Park & Museum - A monumental tribute to all Native Americans, this 22-foot bronze statue is of Ponca Chief Standing Bear, created by Cowboy Artist of America, Oreland C. Joe. The magnificent monument of Standing Bear is majestic as a very realistic depiction of Standing Bear overlooking the ancient Arkansas River valley, where the original Chief Standing Bear is believed to have walked more than 100 years ago.

Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum - Designated tourism information center for Woodward as well as an elaborate museum on the history of Northwest Oklahoma and its importance.

Lester & Mary Cann Memorial Botanical Gardens - The gardens were donated to the City of Ponca City by Elsie Cann Brown, daughter of L. A. and Mary Cann in August 1975. The garden is a showcase of color, texture and fragrance providing Ponca City citizens and visitors with a sanctuary of plants, trees and flowers to absorb and enjoy.