National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum - Oklahoma

National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum – Oklahoma

  • All you wrestling fans out there who aren’t quite sure what to do for their next vacation should plan a visit to Oklahoma City. That’s because the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum is located in Oklahoma City and it is a must see for anyone who enjoys wrestling. Here you will learn about wrestling’s past, its present, and the plans for the future.

    National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum - Oklahoma

    It is such an educational trip not to mention enjoyable that individuals who aren’t that big on wrestling will probably even enjoy it. There really is a lot to learn because the sport of wrestling did not begin with the WWF (WWE). Instead, the sport had a much more modest beginning and the museum celebrates this as well as all the leaps and bounds the sport has made in popularity since.

    National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum - Oklahoma

    When you head to the museum make sure you plan on arriving Monday through Friday 9 am until 4:30 pm or else by appointment on the weekends. Within the Museum you will see the Paul K. Scott Museum of Wrestling History, the John T. Vaughan Hall of Honors, Gable/Smith Room, FILA International Hall of Fame, William S. Heins Jr. Library, Cliff Keen Theater, as well as others. You will learn so much about wrestling that you never knew before when you visit the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. When you visit Oklahoma City you will also find many other things to enjoy. You can play golf, go shopping, enjoy seeing professional sports games, and even more. Oklahoma City is the most populous city in the state of Oklahoma so there are lots of things for tourists to do and see here. You will love the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum as well as everything else there is to see and do.

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