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Centennial Land Run Monument

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200 Centennial Ave, South End of Bricktown Canal, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
+1 405-297-8912
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We traveled I-40 for years but recently discovered the Centennial Land Run Monument. Wow! this is a... read more

Reviewed July 21, 2017
SuperNana1959
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Tulsa, Oklahoma
Wow! Bringing history to life.

Unbelievably detailed "statues". The stories told by the water taxi driver were great. An... read more

Reviewed July 21, 2017
bhadler
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Homosassa, Florida
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200 Centennial Ave, South End of Bricktown Canal, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
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+1 405-297-8912
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Reviewed July 21, 2017

We traveled I-40 for years but recently discovered the Centennial Land Run Monument. Wow! this is a must see in OKC.

Thank SuperNana1959
Reviewed July 21, 2017

Unbelievably detailed "statues". The stories told by the water taxi driver were great. An attraction yet to be completed; three yet to go.

1  Thank bhadler
Reviewed July 20, 2017

We visited the monument in the morning and we were impressed by the details of the monuments (facial expressions). Walking among the statues gave you a sense what it was like during this time. Do not try to visit the monument on game night at...More

1  Thank Jerome M
Reviewed July 20, 2017 via mobile

This isn't a destination in and of itself but a must-see if anywhere in or near downtown OKC or Bricktown!

Thank janOKC777
Reviewed July 13, 2017

The visit to the monument is a little walk down a pleasant path. Good for the kids to let off some energy. It is an enjoyable thing to do to pass some time.

Thank 672Vianne
Reviewed July 10, 2017 via mobile

It's worth a stop to see the Centennial Oklahoma Land Run Monument . The monument is located in Bricktown near Bass Pro Shop. The bronze statues stand about 9 feet tall. They depict the wagons, riders and horses that made their way towards land ownership....More

1  Thank Tom W
Reviewed July 10, 2017 via mobile

This monument is amazing. So neat to walk among them and look at their faces....how hard it had to have been for them. A must see even if you are just passing through OKC. Spend a half hour or hour and enjoy this treasure.

1  Thank Linda J
Reviewed July 10, 2017

Out of the way, in a corner of Bricktown by the Bass Pro Shop, but really nice work by the artist and foundry workers. Larger than life detailed statues of the land run famous in OK. Be prepared to be amazed.

1  Thank Q1972GUjeffl
Reviewed July 9, 2017

We walked all around this area one afternoon and was quite impressed with the detailed sculptures. The Centennial Land Run Monument commemorates the opening of the unassigned land in Oklahoma territory. The sculptor is Paul Moore, of Norman, Oklahoma, a fifth-generation Oklahoman whose great-grandfather participated...More

1  Thank WorldTravelers34
Reviewed July 7, 2017

The sculptures are beautifully crafted and very large in size. It is a wonderul addition and photo op for those visiting Bricktown, especially from out of state. A wonderful memorial to the Oklahoma Land Run, which made our state possible.

1  Thank KandC08
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PattyMcC7
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Response from Paul G | Reviewed this property |
Park in the Bass Pro parking lot. As you head down Reno Ave, you will see a small brown sign directing you to the sculpture. It's all the way to the back of the lot. You can eat at IHOP across the street and there are... More
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