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Artster Oklahoma

Artster Oklahoma is on Display February 21- May 18, 2019 in the Tulsa World | Lorton Family Gallery. Join us for the Opening Reception on Thursday, February 21 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The opening reception is free and open to the public thanks to our friends at Tapstone Energy. Please RSVP here, or email Marissa at mbr@oklahomahof.com

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ON SALE NOW! Practice: Unleashing the Power of Faith by Jane Jayroe

The Oklahoma Hall of Fame is proud to announce the release of Jane Jayroe’s latest book Practice: Unleashing the Power of Faith. An award-winning author, media personality, and former Miss America, Jayroe’s Practice is a thoughtful and insightful look into devotional time and the power faith has in each of our lives. Download order form here.


Class of 2018

See more pictures from an amazing night here! Thank you for celebrating Oklahoma's Highest Honor with us!


2019 Oklahoma Hall of Fame Nominations Now Open

Click here to view the guidelines and nomination forms for Oklahoma's Highest Honor.


Now Offering Specialized Tours!

Beginning this fall we are adding specialized tours to our offerings! Click HERE to learn about our four specialized tours!

  • Premium Tour
  • STEAM Tour
  • Energy Tour
  • Oklahoma Leaders Tour

Explore the Portraits with Reveel.it

On your next visit, connect to our FREE wi-fi connection, use your smartphone to go to the website www.reveel.it, scan any portrait and you will be connected to biographies, photos and other multi-media links so you can learn more about these amazing Oklahomans! Learn how it works HERE!



Your gifts to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame make a difference throughout the state. Learn more HERE about becoming a Friend of the Medallion and joining fellow Oklahomans in supporting the mission of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame!

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FREE FIELD TRIPS for Students Statewide!

The Free Field Trip program includes themed Museum tours geared towards your choice of elementary or high school aged students and educator's choice of a free Chic-fil-A lunch for each student or a fuel stipend to help with transportation costs. Learn more HERE!

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Book Your Wedding or Special Event HERE!

If you are looking for a unique place to hold a wedding, party, or business meeting; the historic Oklahoma Hall of Fame and Gaylord-Pickens Museum has beautiful, functional, and tax deductible space available. Click HERE to download our Wedding Packet, or email Lacey here to check date availability!


Picture Yourself in the Oklahoma Hall of Fame!

The EXPERIENCES in our Picture Yourself gallery transforms visitors as they step into life-size, gilded frames and the contributions of the members of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. EXPERIENCES include In the Cockpit, Energy and Superstar Spotlight! VISIT today!


Oklahoma Hall of Fame Publishing Book Catalog

All available Oklahoma Hall of Fame Publishing titles are available for retail and wholesale purchase HERE! Download our Book Catalog and order today!



Both groups had a really good time and have already asked to go back sometime. Thank you and the staff for not only entertaining and educating the kids, but for showing such patience and kindness towards them. We all had a really nice time!

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See the impact of Oklahoma Hall of Fame Scholarships!


Dr. John Montgomery (OHOF Class of 2000) was a pioneering veterinarian and civil rights leader. He accomplished a great deal in Oklahoma, including: • Helped lead the desegregation of Poteau's schools, restaurants and public services • Organized the LeFlore County branch of the NAACP • Introduced the concepts of preventative medicine and herd certification to the farmers of LeFlore County • Mentored youths who were interested in becoming veterinarians • Appointed to the OSU/A&M Board of Regents • Established scholarships at Carl Albert State College and OSU College of Veterinary Medicine #MemberMonday #BlackHistoryMonth

Oklahoma Hall of Fame Member Dr. John Montgomery was a pioneering veterinarian and civil rights leader. In addition to the professional success he found in Poteau, he was instrumental in the desegregation of the town's schools, restaurants and public services. He also organized the LeFlore County Branch of the NAACP.