Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Oklahoma do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Oklahoma, DST starts on the 2nd Sunday in March and ends on the 1st Sunday in November.
Facts About Oklahoma
Information for Travelers
Oklahoma is a state in the south-central United States, bordered by the state of Texas
to the south and west, Kansas
to the north, Missouri
to the northeast, Arkansas
to the east, New Mexico
to the west, and Colorado
to the northwest.
Oklahoma is a veritable gateway to the west - a land of red earth where buffalo roam the plains and oil rigs extract wealth.
But the biggest cities, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, also have a distinctly refined air, having been built on the product of an oil boom in the early 1900s.
The entire leg of Route 66 runs from Chicago to Los Angeles, but the longest run in miles diagonally cuts through the state of Oklahoma.
Modern museums, international art galleries and lavish gardens give the state a more cosmopolitan feel, but many tourists choose to experience Oklahoma with the simple pleasures of car travel, and no highway is more iconic than the state leg of Route 66.
The Philbrook Museum of Art's collections include works from Africa, Asia and Europe in a variety of media, as well as works by American artists and artisans.
This Italian Renaissance-style villa converted to an art museum sits on 23 acres of picturesque formal and informal gardens along Crow Creek.
Read about Oklahoma in Wikipedia