The 8 Best Guided Tours in Oklahoma!

Oklahoma has a rich heritage and deeply storied past, but discovering that information isn’t always simple! Where do we begin? One way to start is by exploring with the aid of a tour guide, who can supply guests with all of the tidbits, stories and interesting facts you’ll need to know. Get to understand Oklahoma’s history and culture on these 8 great guided tours in the state. 

Oklahoma Governor’s Mansion, Oklahoma City, OK

The Friends of the Mansion volunteers are always knowledgeable and informative about the different aspects of the Governor’s Mansion. Tours are only available on Wednesdays, and you have to make a reservation. Your tour guide takes you through most of the mansion and talks about some of the artwork and décor, as well as the different governors. 

Braum’s Family Farm, Tuttle, OK

If you’ve ever wondered how ice cream is made, this is the tour to take. Braum’s offers tours of their farm and plant twice a day, Monday through Friday. Reservations are required, but the tour is free. Get an inside look at one of Oklahoma’s best companies. 

Guthrie Ghost Walk, Guthrie, OK

Guthrie is a great town to experience history. The Guthrie Ghost Walk takes about 90 minutes, and you’ll walk along the same streets that hosted outlaws, politicians and actors. You’ll hear tales of murder and heartbreak that will make your skin crawl. Watch carefully and you might even encounter one of Guthrie’s spirits yourself.

First Capital Trolley, Guthrie, OK

Catch the trolley at 2nd and Harrison for a guided tour through the city of Guthrie. It costs $5 per adult, and you’ll get a narrated ride that gives a lot of information about famous residents and architecture. It compares the different styles of homes and tells you about the history of the town. 

Ghost of Fort Reno Tour, El Reno, OK

This tour takes you through a graveyard where you’ll get all kinds of tales of the paranormal. German soldiers have their graves in this cemetery, as do many of Oklahoma’s most interesting citizens. The historians have done their homework, and it’s very informative and detailed. You have to pre-pay for the tour, but it’s worth scheduling. 

Foodie Foot Tours, Oklahoma City, OK

This walking tour gives you a look at some of Oklahoma’s favorite and most historic restaurants. You walk through the neighborhood, then stop and eat at a few different places with the group. 

Tulsa Spirit Tours, Tulsa, OK

Tulsa Spirit Tours offers different themed tours throughout the year, but they all revolve around finding the ghosts and spirits in the community. 

Oklahoma State Capitol, Oklahoma City, OK

The Oklahoma State Capitol is the only capitol in the world with working oil wells on the ground. There are 650 rooms in the building, and it houses some of the most beautiful artwork in the city. Self-guided tours are available every day of the week, but volunteers offer 45-minute tours Monday through Friday at specific times of the day. 

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