It is an interesting park that retells the story of the land run in bronze. Worth a stop and a walk around.
It's a highlight in OKC to take family and friends from out of town. The sculptures are very nice and really tell a story :-) Take a stroll from Bricktown there to do something different!!
We are new to Oklahoma and found the history very interesting
The details in these works are beyond incredible. It is well worth the very short walk to see these up close. The creators even put hooves along the river banks. The attention to the details reads like a story.
Terrific bronze sculpture that really captured the spirit of event of land run; maybe it was because we walked up on it from the Bricktown side on the canal path but there was no plaque or marker explaining what the monument was about and if our local friends had not been there to clue us in about it we would... More
Interesting larger than life sculptures depicting folks participating in the famous Oklahoma Land Run. In some places, some interpretation would have been nice. For instance, at one of the first wagons you see, there's a horse rider who looks like he's trying to grab the wagon driver's controls. Not sure what that was about. We also wondered if some or... More
Just outside of Downtown OKC and near the Boathouse District of Oklahoma City is one of the largest arrangements of sculptures depicting the feel of the Oklahoma Land Run. Visitors from all over the world have been able to walk about these bronze figures of horse-drawn wagons, "Sooners" and the like for free. If the weather is nice, don't pass... More
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