For more than a century, this downtown cathedral has served the Catholic community in Oklahoma City. St. Paul's suffered significant damage as a result of the Murrah bombing, but has since rebuilt, dedicating one of the new structures to those who died on April 19. Guests are invited to attend one of three Sunday services at the cathedral, or visitors can come to its quiet sanctuary to pray and pay their respects to bombing victims.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Call for more details.
Visit this little gem of a museum while in the little town called Noble, known as the Timberlake Rose Rock Museum. The exhibits contain natural formations of rose rock also known as selenite, barite, and desert rose as its appearance is that of a rose flower in rock form. This rock phenomenon gave way due to the spread of the sea over the state million years ago and also made Oklahoma an official state rock. Some of the pieces have been modernized as show pieces.