Beautiful over size sculpture that stretches several hundred feet up to across and on the other side of the river walk. Go on a warm day and take your camera
On our last day in Oklahoma City, this was still on our list. I am glad we took the extra time to see it. it is a little hard to find since there is no physical address but go in the back parking lot of the Marriott Residence Inn and Bass Pro Shop Outdoor World on Reno. Google either to... More
We had reviewed this online and made a note of how to find it from Goggle Earth (turn south off E Reno Ave between Residence Inn and Outdoor World). In the flesh it is much bigger and impressive than the pictures show.
Glad we checked this out! The statues are larger than life, and very well done. There is continuing work being done on the monument. We were pleasantly surprised that we could see most of the statues from our river cruise. But we still went over to see it once we got off the boat. Worth the time!
A monumental series of sculptures that captures the determination of those who literally rushed to start their lives anew in the old west. Each section is dynamic, powerful, and I love the way the group crosses the canal. Very cool. And free.
After being walking around the canal finally reaches the centennial monument, this nice in general terms, it is best to take a good photo of the place I think it would be in the morning or in the evening, but I think something is missing from the place looks great alone, could fall into disrepair.
I had seen photos of this monument so we decided to make a quick stop here before leaving the city. You can park near a Bass Pro Shop and walk in the small park to see the figures in this monument. To see more you must cross a bridge over a canal. The figures are realistic riding in carriages or... More
This is one of the most impressive, emotive and largest sculpture monuments I have seen - and Hubby and I were here a good 40 mins or so - just studying the detail. I think we arrived about 5pm with the sun going down .... and we were alone so had a proper mooch around each piece of this magnificent... More
For a stroll with your significant other, this gives you beautiful scenery and interesting artwork to talk about. When taking the kids it's great for scrapbook pictures of your trip. Not recommended when hot out.
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