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Oklahoma State Capitol Scavenger Hunt ~ Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

I posted about our trip to the Oklahoma State Capitol Building last week, and how I prepared a Scavenger Hunt for the kids to do to help keep them occupied while we were touring the Capitol. It turned out to be a great idea because the kids really got into it and I can see how they could have been really bored after a while.

The reason I prepared my own Scavenger Hunt was because I had done a search for one and could not find one. I was surprised someone else had not already done this.

So, because of that, I thought I would post mine in case anyone else would want to use it in the future.

1st Floor
  • A lady sitting on a bench
  • Oklahoma's state wildflower ~ Indian blanket
2nd Floor
  • Lots of men looking to the center of the room
  • The "boss" of Walmart, Mr. Walton
4th Floor
  • Two round "pictures" on each side of a door (indians on both)
  • A painting showing "prairie life", a woman feeding chickens
5th Floor
  • Battleship "Oklahoma" with bomber planes
  • Man planting a tree
Bonus ~ anywhere (tally how many total you can find)
  • State seal
  • State flag
  • State flower (mistletoe)
  • State bird (scissor-tail flycatcher)
  • State tree (redbud)
If you are happening upon this, please feel free to use it. You can go here and click on the various floors to see photos of the items above.


  1. Thank you so much. I will use it soon with my 6 year old.


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