Remington Park Racing Club

The Remington Park Racing Club is a racehorse ownership experience for an extremely reasonable, one-time fee. The cost of a single membership into the 2018 RP Racing Club is $250. This fee will be combined with the fees of other members in the club to purchase a horse and pay for the care and training of the horse and cover other expenses that go with horse ownership. Memberships can be purchased online by selecting the Buy Membership option.

Kelly O’Hara serves as the coordinator of the RP Racing Club and can be reached for more information via email


* $250 one time membership fee

* No additional expenses

* Horse will be purchased and managed by Danny Caldwell

* Receive detailed monthly statements regarding costs for the horse, and depicting money earned from racing.

* Club Members will receive regular updates about their horse and the RP Racing Club via email and social media platforms.

The American Pigeon Museum and Library

Interested in how a bird that once existed in the BILLIONS went extinct in the early 20th century? Come learn all about thePassenger Pigeon in our new exhibit, up today! Entry to our museum is donation only and we are open Friday and Saturday 10-4and by special appointment.

Come check out our new exhibit on the Passenger Pigeon and see our beautiful birds! Our museum also features LIVE BIRDS. For additional information and hours visit:


World-renowned National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore considers himself to be an animal ambassador, a voice for the voiceless – and he is.

As the driving force behind National Geographic’s Photo Ark, Joel is on a quest to visually document our world’s animals before it’s too late. Since 2006, he has photographed more than 6,500 species as he traveled to zoos, aquariums, wildlife centers and private facilities to reveal the world’s most fragile biodiversity and speak about the significance of saving all wildlife. His breathtaking portraits inspire people to care about and help save these species while there’s still time.

Beginning September 12, Oklahoma City Zoo guests can view Joel’s photographs in person when they visit the ZooZeum, the Zoo’s historical museum located by the elephant habitat. The Zoo will be showcasing nearly 40 photos from the Photo Ark project through mid-December. Zoo admission is required to visit the ZooZeum.

Saloon Series

Thursdays through August 30, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Whiskey tasting, featured cocktails, live local music, and good company return to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum! Thursday evenings in July and August from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., enjoy an experience that can’t be replicated with the ever-popular Saloon Series nights. We’re even drawing one lucky winner each night to take home a tasty surprise!

Kick up your feet after a long day and enjoy the golden age of the saloon, hear live music, and learn about different whiskeys each week in cooperation with Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits and Rodeo Opry Foundation. $25 at the door includes a whiskey flight, one full drink ticket, one food ticket, whiskey class, live music, and Museum admission. Not a whiskey drinker? Museum admission, including access to the whiskey class, live music, and a cash bar, is just $5. See you soon!

August 30 – Highland Single Malt Scotch, live music: Steelwind

A New Way to Experience the Stars

On Aug. 6th, 2018, renovations began on the museum’s Kirkpatrick Planetarium.

Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, when the planetarium reopens in lateSeptember it will be outfitted with state-of-the-art technology, giving you a planetarium experience unlike any you’ve seen before.

If you love the Kirkpatrick Planetarium now, just wait – you haven’t seen anything yet! For more exciting details on the Planetarium renovations visit: