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  • Sweet Pea 4D Baby & Maternity Boutique

    Sweet Pea 4D Baby & Maternity Boutique Indoor, Small Party or Meeting Out of gallery about renting ​ 106 E Main St, Shawnee, Oklahoma 74801 (405) 765-3548 Visit their website about the destination Sweet Pea 4D is located in historic downtown Shawnee and is Shawnee's only maternity & baby boutique! NEW! Sweet Pea now has a licensed massage therapist providing massages for "any body," pregnant or not! In addition to unique baby clothes, diaper bags, and other accessories that help new moms & dads, Sweet Pea 4D has a state-of-the-art ultrasound studio and photography services for maternity & newborn shoots.

  • Crossing Hearts Ranch in Tecumseh

    Crossing Hearts Ranch in Tecumseh Small Party or Meeting, Indoor, Outdoor Out of gallery about renting Our packages includes the complete use of our event center which includes a full kitchen, bathrooms with dressing area, 20 round banquet tables and 200 heavy duty white folding chairs. You can choose to be married in our outdoor tree area or inside our beautiful central heat and air-conditioned barn. Contact for a tour or to book! 22214 Skagg City Rd, Tecumseh, OK 74873 (405) 245-8887 Visit their website about the destination Crossing Hearts Ranch offers 400 acres of rolling pasture that gives the venue an intimate and romantic feel. Just south of Shawnee about 10 minutes, located in Tecumseh, OK. Crossing Hearts Ranch is located about 45 minutes east of Oklahoma City and west of Tulsa. There is a refurbished farm house bride cottage, outside set-up and 4,800 square foot barn to help accommodate up to 300 guests. With its unique country décors, Crossing Hearts Ranch creates an impressive setting for a wedding, reception, family reunion or private event.

  • Bowser's Peace Sanctuary in Tecumseh

    Bowser's Peace Sanctuary in Tecumseh Local Out of gallery Uncover the peace that is always around us with the healing power of nature. Come sit with the spirit of Bowser the Bear and his friends, birds, trees, earth. NEW! Winter Carriage Rides through the Woods -- every Saturday from 6:30 - 9 pm through November & December. 34080 Rattlesnake Hill Rd, Tecumseh, OK 74873, USA (405) 760-6428 Visits by reservation only! Email bowserdad8@gmail.com to book. (No reservation needed for Saturday carriage rides) Visit their website ​ Fishing & Wildlife, Rest & Relaxation, Sports & Outdoors ​ ​ Stay Eat Shop Play See Events Host Plan a Trip Subscribe

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  • Scooters come to Shawnee!

    As of November 2021, you can zip around Shawnee on unique docking e-scooters! Docks are located across downtown and in several places on the OBU campus. Want to hop on and ride to your next destination? Here's everything you need to know to get started with Shawnee's new White Fox Scooters: Shawnee White Fox Scooters FAQ Where are the scooter docks? OBU has several docks across campus, including at Shawnee Hall & the Geiger Center. Downtown docks include: Theopolis Social Club @ 421 E Main Healthy Hive @ Main & Bell Coffee N' Crafts @ 5 E Main Stuart & Clover @ 9th & Broadway On Beard St. just north of Main How do I rent a scooter? The scooters require downloading the app “White Fox - Docked Scooters.” Follow the prompts to rent, reserve and pay for your scooter. How much does it cost? How do I end my rental? Most rentals are $1.00 to unlock, then $0.25 per minute or $0.10 per paused minute. You must redock and return your scooter via app to end your charges. If you do not redock, charges will continue to accrue. How far can I go? Where can I go? An estimated distance on your scooter’s charge will appear at the time of rental on the app. Scooters can go several miles on a charge. White Fox Scooters has blocked out certain busy streets that are not allowed, such as Kickapoo and Harrison. Your app will alert you if you near the out-of-bounds areas. All traffic laws must be followed. How old do I have to be to rent a scooter? Can I get one for my child? Rider must be at least 18 years old. Can I ride with a friend? No. The scooter is designed for one rider at a time. For full rental agreement with all guidelines, visit whitefoxscooters.com.

  • Daytrip Southwest of Shawnee

    A visit to Shawnee is more than our art, historic sites, and Native American culture. It’s daytrips to see more of Oklahoma. Plan to spend an extra day or two. Southwest of the Redbud City, it's an outdoor and natural wonders adventure all within an hour of Shawnee. Lake Thunderbird on the east side of Norman is the closest State Park to Shawnee and features two marinas - Calypso Cove Marina and Little River Marina, nine boat ramps, and two swim beaches. It’s a hiker’s and off-road cyclist’s delight with the Clear Bay Recreation Area Trail System offering 18.5 miles of trails. Discover Cove Nature Center at Lake Thunderbird features displays of native snakes and animals, furs and artifacts. The Cove offers programs throughout the year, including fishing clinics, Dutch oven cooking, trail hikes, and animal tracking. Lake Stanley Draper is just west of Shawnee on I-240 and features activities such as camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, waterskiing, jet skiing, boating and sailing. The two trail systems are a destination for hikers and cyclists. A 13-mile paved trail loops the lake. A 13-mile off-road trail offers various lengths for mountain bikers and those out for a hike. Oklahoma Motorsports Complex offers four tracks for motocross and karting. Rent karts and go for a spin around the .7 mile, 13 turn asphalt track in Norman. Sam Noble Museum of Natural History on the OU campus in Norman offers six breathtaking galleries that give you an in-depth tour of more than 500 million years of Oklahoma's fascinating natural history. Explore Oklahoma's indigenous people, native landscapes and dinosaurs including the world’s largest Apatosaurus and a Guinness-World-Record-Holding Pentaceratops. The Special Exhibitions Gallery offers several traveling exhibitions through the year, so there is always something new to see. Fred Jones Jr Museum of Art also on the OU Campus in Norman showcases the Weitzenhoffer Collection of French Impressionism, 20th century American painting and sculpture, traditional and contemporary Native American art, art of the Southwest, ceramics, photography, contemporary art, Asian art and graphics from the 16th century to the present. Temporary exhibitions are mounted throughout the year that explore the art of various periods and cultures. The museum of art is free to visit. Once it reopens to the public, at the National Weather Center, go behind the scenes, experience the forces of nature, and see the newest technology in action. More than 550 scientists, meteorologists, climatologists, students and staff from The University of Oklahoma and multiple federal and state agencies work together at the Center to improve the understanding of the Earth’s atmosphere and severe weather events. Tours are available for the public Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 p.m. Weather buffs will also want to visit the National Weather Museum and Science Center in Norman. It offers an opportunity to learn more about weather and science along with a gallery of historical meteorological instruments. You’ll want to see the plane and try your skill as a test pilot. While we bleed OBU Green in Shawnee, with OU so close, take in the excitement of an OU football, basketball, or softball game. Gymnastics and wrestling meets are a spectacle as well! The Museum of Osteology celebrates vertebrate life and provides visitors an engaging adventure viewing hundreds of skulls and skeletons from all corners of the world. You’ll need a hotel room in Shawnee to rest in after your day-trip! Order a visitors guide or call one of the friendly travel ambassadors to start planning your visit to Shawnee!

  • Daytrip Northeast from Shawnee

    A visit to Shawnee is more than our art, historic sites, and Native American culture. It’s daytrips to see more of Oklahoma. Plan to spend an extra day or two. Within an hour of Shawnee, here’s our favorite historic and off-beat sites to see northeast of the Redbud City. Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum, Warwick. Seaba Filling Station is listed on the National Register of Historic Places having been built in 1921. It is now filled with more than 65 vintage motorcycles from 1908 to present – including a bike like Captain America rode! One visitor has said, “this place really captures the essence of what it's about to travel on Route 66. A quick stop at roadside museum or attraction to gain a little knowledge and get a good photo op is at the heart of the Route 66 travel experience.” Website 405-258-9141 Route 66 Interpretive Center, Chandler. It’s not your typical museum. It’s “more than a display of chrome and neon. Route 66’s tale is told through an interesting array of interactive videos portraying the huge part Oklahoma has played in forming the sights and sounds along the “Mother Road.” Website 405-258-1300 Mural, Chandler. Depicting Chandler’s history, this mural is located On the south side of the downtown area, just south of 13th street on Route 66 1301 Manvel Ave Lincoln County Museum of Pioneer History, Chandler. See murals, Native American artifacts, the memorabilia from legendary Lincoln County U.S. Marshal William (Bill) Tilghman, a member of the famous Oklahoma “Three Guardsmen,” and the Outhouse. (Believe us!) Website (405) 258-2425 Brick Paved Broadway Street, Davenport. Located on the famous Route 66 "Curve" midway between Okla. City and Tulsa, Davenport is a bustling little town where travelers can still drive on one of the few strips of original Portland cement that was laid for the Mother Road highway. It’s on the National Register of Historic Places. Read the historic marker in front of the post office and see the two large murals on downtown buildings. Ozark Trail Obelisk, Davenport. The Ozark Trail obelisk in Stroud is one of only two remaining Oklahoma monuments of the historic motor trail that predates Route 66. The Ozark Trail was established in 1913 and routes were originally marked with 21 green and white obelisks from Missouri to New Mexico and Texas. Nationally, only seven obelisks remain. This 21-foot-tall structure in Stroud was originally erected along Main Street, but was later relocated to its current location closer to Davenport. Website Sparks Vinyard and Winery, Sparks. Featured on Discover Oklahoma and voted one of the best wineries in Oklahoma by the OKC Gazette, the winery is perfect for this discovery journey, wine trailing, fact-finding, and thirst quenching. Website 918-866-2529 UFO, Shoe Tree and Metal Dinosaur, Stroud. Tucked away on the sides of old Route 66 in Stroud are is a collection of metalwork. There’s a couple of skeletal cows, a cactus, and a child-sized train called the Lincoln County Express. It was the work of Paul Hicks, a pipeline welder who started creating this collection in the 1970s. Yard artist Craig McGuire created a UFO. Tip: there is a sign that says "UFO" right before the gravel driveway. And the Shoe Tree? It’s a tree with shoes hanging from it. (We don’t know either.) Bohemian Hall, Prague. The Bohemian Hall, built in 1917 and listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, was the center of the rich culture of the Czechoslovakian gatherings whether it be for dancing, song, performances, or simply the warmth and friendship of sharing their familiar heritage. After a fun day of sight-seeing and exploring, grab a bite, then settle into your hotel room in Shawnee and rest up for your next day of fun or travels home.

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