Septemberfest is a FREE family festival exploring the rich heritage and diversity for which Oklahoma is known. This event features crafts, music, storytelling, historical re-enactments, agricultural exhibits, theater, face-painting and everything in between. The theme this year is 110 years since statehood.
Tours of the Oklahoma Governor’s Mansion will be offered every Wednesday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., beginning Jan. 18. Spring tours last through May 17. Tours are not available during the summer.
The guided tour allows visitors to get up close to many of the unique features and items, such as the Oklahoma-shaped pool, chairs in the formal dining room stitched by former senators’ wives and a replica punch bowl from the U.S.S. Oklahoma in the main entrance. There is no charge for admission, and parking is available in the Capitol parking lot located off Phillips Ave. Visitors enter at the gate on the west side of the Mansion grounds.
Reservations are required to tour the Governor’s Mansion and can be made by calling (405) 528-2020 or by emailing Liz Wood at email@example.com. Backpacks and strollers are prohibited.More Info