The Oklahoma Hall of Fame (OHOF) preserves Oklahoma’s unique history while promoting pride in our great state. Through free educational and cultural programs as well as exhibits at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum, the organization honors the state’s rich tradition by telling Oklahoma’s story through its people.
OHOF offers a wide variety of FREE programs, in person and online, that are fun for the whole family, including:
- Free Family Fun Days like Spring Thing, Fall Y’all and Summer Thursdays, which feature seasonal crafts and activities, as well as free admission to the museum.
- Virtual Discovery Days every Tuesday from 4 to 5 p.m. offer a storytime to learn about how one of the Hall of Fame members changed the world. Families can pick up a craft kit ahead of time to join in with the craft.
- Free Field Trips for grades K-12 from all schools across Oklahoma. Programs include hands-on learning experiences.
- Homeschool Days for children and families from all types of learning environments.
Explain more about the museum.
Our museum shares Oklahoma’s story through its people. We are dedicated to helping Oklahoma educators and students have meaningful and enjoyable learning experiences as they are learning about the people who have impacted and shaped our state. For kids, we offer several interactive exhibits at the museum that really bring these stories to life!
What field trip options do you offer?
Field trips to our museum are free for all Oklahoma students and teachers and even include fuel stipends. Groups can register on our website for field trips that meet Oklahoma academic standards for grades K-12 and include follow-up activities. All educators and students in Oklahoma qualify for the free field trip program, including public, private, charter and homeschool groups. The Oklahoma Hall of Fame also hosts Homeschool Days, an educational program designed specifically for homeschool groups to engage in themed activities and lessons.
What virtual educational options do you provide?
Free OHOF Adventures virtual field trips engage students and educators with subjects ranging from astronauts, art, and citizenship to engineering and science while meeting Oklahoma Academic Standards. For those looking for a different option, we have a Pioneer Spirit pop-up exhibit that we’ll ship to the school, also for free.
The interactive gallery on the third floor (the Legacy Map) they enjoyed the most. Being able to click on a spot in Oklahoma and see the individuals from there and learn about them really intrigued my students. This interactive part of the exhibit allows for them to learn themselves and read themselves. They loved that part! An Oklahoma teacher whose class enjoyed a free field trip
My daughter has had a chance to hear stories [and] make crafts, but most of all the virtual show-and-tell has been a wonderful chance for my daughter to talk to others and share experiences. The parent of a virtual Discovery Days program participant