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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: The Beacon of Hope

Resembles a 100-foot-high narwhal tusk with a hollow green center. When unveiled in 2005 it shot a beam of light a mile into the sky, but lately it seems to have gone dark.

Stiles Circle, Oklahoma City, OK
Just northeast of downtown. I-235 exits 1E or 1F. Turn east onto Harrison Ave. You'll see the Beacon of Hope ahead, on the left.
Lit at night? Maybe. Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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The Beacon of Hope.

The Beacon of Hope

The Beacon of Hope is an interesting sculpture in Oklahoma City at Stiles Park.

[Kim, 09/15/2020]

Nothing says "Hope" like a giant narwhal tusk with a hollow green center. When it was unveiled in 2005 the tusk contained a 1 billion candle power spotlight that could hurl a beam over a mile high.

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