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Tours in Oklahoma starting from $3,900

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Oklahoma Tours

The state motto in Oklahoma is “Labor omnia vincit” which means “Labor conquers all things.”

The world’s first parking metre was installed on July 16, 1935 in the city of Oklahoma.

A life-size statue in honour of Astronaut Thomas P. Stafford can be found in Weatherford.

The first shopping cart was invented by Oklahoman, Sylvan Goldman.

Bob Dunn, a musician from Beggs invented the first electric guitar in 1935.

The popular movie “Twister” was filmed in Oklahoma.

Why go on an Oklahoma tour?

A city known for its cool settings and warm hospitality, there is a lot to look forward to on an Oklahoma tour. You may begin your adventure in the quaint city of Claremore. Here you will come across the Will Rogers Museum dedicated to the famous American humourist, Will Rogers who once said, “I never met a man I didn’t like.” Take this opportunity to learn about his inspiring life and passion, and marvel at his saddles, art, and memorabilia. After, see more road classics of the Old Road by visiting the lovely town of Acadia. Located just 15 miles North of Oklahoma City along the Historic Route 66, Acadia offers a lifestyle of entertainment and simplicity that is desirable among many travellers. Depending on which Oklahoma tour option you select, you may also be able to visit the vibrant warehouse district of Bricktown. And if you’re a fan of spooky stories, you’re in for a treat! The 20,000 square feet Haunted Warehouse, once home to the Oklahoma Casket Company, promises to deliver terror with blood curdling surprises around every corner.

When is the best time to go?

The city of Oklahoma gets the most visitors in the summer and early fall, when airfares are at their lowest. Around this time, temperatures generally hover around 27.8C. Spring, on the other hand, typically calls for rain and tornadoes. However, this does not necessarily mean that weather can’t be quite pleasant, there are still plenty of things to do at this time.

Learn more about our various Oklahoma tours by speaking with a travel agent who’s been there before! They can help you find the best priced flights to Oklahoma and plan a trip you’ll always remember.