Centennial Land Run Monument, Oklahoma City

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The Centennial Land Run Monument is an art installation by Paul Moore, located in Oklahoma City, in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. It commemorates the Land Run of 1889 in the Unassigned Lands.
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  • Stopped for a quick picture and ended up actually studying the sculptures, they are magnificent and wonderfully detailed. We enjoyed this and the history behind it very much.  more »
  • The Oklahoma Land Run Monument contains one of the world’s largest collection of bronze statues depicting optimistic homesteaders frozen in time on their way to claim a better life on the April 22...  more »
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  • The Land Run sculpture park is phenomenal. We have been watching the pieces go in, the story unfold in bronze, for 20 years. It brings a part of that history to life. We love bringing guests to this park to share the story. It is a very easy park to walk through.
  • The monument and walking area are amazing! This little park is very well done and you can also see it by canal boat on the tour, which I also highly recommend! I did it at night and then visited the next morning in the daylight.

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