One of the most geographically diverse states, Oklahoma has much to offer homebuyers. Ranch houses and traditional 3- and 4- bedroom homes are common and newer construction tends to have open layouts. Those seeking a house with a bit of pizzazz may enjoy one of the state's art deco or Victorian style homes.
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Those seeking an afternoon of entertainment have much to choose from. Oklahoma has a flourishing arts community and arts enthusiasts may attend ballets, theatrical productions and jazz concerts. Fine art and artifacts from the American West may be viewed as well at museums. History lovers can learn about Oklahoma's natural history at the University of Oklahoma's history museum in Norman, and also have access to Egyptian art and history through the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art in Shawnee. Those looking to learn about Native American culture may attend cultural festivals or museums featuring the history of individual tribes. Additionally, Oklahoma hosts major and minor league sports teams, as well as several collegiate teams, for anyone wishing to attend a sporting event. Oklahoma contains 11 ecological regions, allowing outdoorsmen great diversity. Sites such as Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur welcome fishers, swimmers, and boaters, while Alabaster Caverns State Park in Freedom is made for spelunkers.