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Offbeat Landmarks and Oddities
Choice field reports and tips. Also see: Complete list of Oklahoma attractions.
- Beaver: Cow Chip Throwing Capital of the World
- Big Cabin: Giant Indian Chief [tips]
- Boise City: Replica Bomb Crater
- Boise City: Steel Dinosaur [tips]
- Catoosa: The Blue Whale
- Claremore: Will Rogers Pocket Contents of Death [tips]
- Dewey: Tom Mix Suitcase of Death
- Durant: World's "Largest" Peanut [tips]
- Foyil: Route 66 Transcontinental Footrace
- Foyil: World's Largest Totem Pole
- Guthrie: Grave of Elmer McCurdy the Sideshow Mummy
- Heavener: Heavener Runestone
- Hooker: Home of the Horny Toads
- Hugo: Circus Graves
- Mangum: 3rd Oldest Working Lightbulb
- Muskogee: Landlocked submarine [tips]
- Norman: James Garner Statue
- Nowata: Bowling Ball Fence [tips]
- Okemah: Water Towers - Hot, Cold, Woody Guthrie
- Okemah: Woody Guthrie Statue
- Oklahoma City: Bombing Memorial [tips]
- Oklahoma City: Mounted Fire Horses [tips]
- Pawnee: Pawnee Bill Museum
- Sand Springs: Parking Lot Indian Burial Ground
- Skedee: Friendship with Chief Baconrind
- Tulsa: Big Oil Man statue (AKA The Golden Driller)
- Tulsa: Praying Hands
- Tulsa: Sonic Center of the Universe [tips]
- Vinita: World's "Largest McDonald's
- Wakita: Twister Museum [tips]