OHOF Adventures

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Join us in OHOF Adventures as we learn about Oklahomans and their impact on the world around them! Each adventure is a fun-filled experience where you can learn all there is to know about Oklahomans in each field! Check out individual class descriptions below.

OHOF Adventures are delivered live via Zoom. Each program is designed to teach students about various topics and their connections to Oklahoma. Each adventure has a theme, features several Oklahoma Hall of Fame members, vocabulary, and details about the topic. Adventures meet Oklahoma Academic Standards and employ engagement techniques such as polls, call backs, and verbal questions to keep students’ attention. Classroom experiences can be scheduled with OHOF educators no less than two weeks in advance.

All classes meet Oklahoma Academic Standards and can be delivered to groups on individual or group devices live via Zoom. Classes are geared for ages 8-12, but may be enjoyed by younger or older students.

If you have any questions, please contact Emma Leach at ef@oklahomahof.com or call 405.523.3211.


Does the history of space travel interest you? You are certainly in the right place! Oklahoma is the only state with an astronaut involved in every stage of space flight helping establish its role in the field. Strap yourself into your rocket as we share the story of how Oklahomans played an important role in putting the first man on the moon, and the fun they had while doing it!


What do visual, performing, and music all have in common? Art! In this class, you will learn about visual arts, performing arts, and music as different forms of art and the elements of each. Through examples from the Gaylord-Pickens Museum and talented Oklahoma artists of all different mediums, you will see how art can influence individuals and provide an outlet for creativity.


Join us as we navigate the natural world in a lesson about Oklahoma scientists! With a focus on biology, you will learn how physiology, meteorology, and zoology influence our daily lives and about the masterminds behind the science. This fun class takes us on a trip from bats to tornadoes, and how Oklahoma scientists have studied it all!


As aviation and flying became more mainstream in the early twentieth century, Oklahoma’s pilots were at the forefront of many industry defining moments, like the invention of auto-pilot, the creation of the Air Force as its own military branch, the first successful attempt at breaking the speed of sound, and many more. This class shows the long-term success Oklahomans have maintained in aviation since the first flight in 1903 to today.


With a focus on fine arts, this class is a great opportunity to express yourself! Join us as we learn a brief history of acting and all about different types of acting. Oklahomans will continue to surprise you with their hidden talents in voice acting, theater, and so much more!


This fun class explores different Oklahoma leaders, some you've heard of and some we can't wait to share with you! Learn all about their strengths and talent for helping their communities. Join us and learn what it means to be an Oklahoma leader!

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What does it mean to you to be a good citizen and community member? You can learn all about Oklahoma citizenship here!

Please note this class is designed for early childhood learners (ages 6-8).


The Skydance Bridge, airplanes, and traffic lights are all part of Oklahoma’s engineering history! In this class you will learn the basics of engineering and how it affects the world around us. So many things in our world are a result of engineering, and, more specifically, from an Oklahoma engineer!

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The History of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, formerly the Mid-Continent Life Insurance Company, tells the story of architecture and entrepreneurship in late 1920s Oklahoma. Students will learn about the creative ideas that took place when building the Mid-Continent Life Insurance Company. By understanding the history of the building, students will understand the significance it had on Oklahoma’s history and its beginnings as a state.