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Centennial Land Run Monument
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$12.50*
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Hit the Bricks Oklahoma City Walking Tour
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

A must see when in OKC. Hard to find. It's on the back side of the Bass Pro Shop. VERY impressive and many pieces. It starts on one side of the canal and finishes on the other side.

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Reviewed July 14, 2013

Visited the monument and learned more about the land run. Enjoyed walking around the statues. Could see the construction as this monument is not completed yet. There is a nice path to follow that is along the Bricktown riverwalk. If you take the Bricktown water taxi tours you would pass by the monument as well. Parking is free by driving through the Bass Pro parking lot as there is a lot by the statues. Or you could probably use the Bass pro lot. We didn't spend that long there walking around.

Thank Travelfan101520
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Reviewed July 4, 2013

Breathtaking statues. Definitely worth your time. The directions I was given on an earlier post were dead on...Bass Pro parking lot until you can see the statues.

Thank okygirl
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Reviewed June 28, 2013

The statues are one and a half times life-size. I found this to be odd. The horses, men, women, wagons all seemed odd due to the scale of the statues. A close-up view can be obtained from the canal, or a more distant view can be seen from the freeway. I think they were intended to be viewed from the freeway.

Thank AKcabingirlA
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Reviewed June 15, 2013

Every time we see these statues, we are overwhelmed. They are just amazing and a must see for anyone visiting Oklahoma City. The number of sculptures continues to grow.

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