About NormanShortly after its 1889 beginnings and with a population of 500, Norman boasted four churches, two newspapers and 29 businesses. A year later the University of Oklahoma was established.
The Moore-Lindsay Historical House Museum, 508 N. Peters Ave., is in a 1900 Queen Anne-style house once owned by William S. Moore, a Norman businessman. Tours of the house are available; phone (405) 321-0156.
Recreational opportunities in the Norman vicinity are available at Lake Thunderbird State Park, 13 miles east on SR 9.
Visitor Centers Visit Norman 309 E. Main St. Norman, OK 73069. Phone:(405)366-8095 or (800)767-7260
ShoppingDillard's, JCPenney and Sears are the anchor stores at Sooner Mall, 3301 W. Main St.
Things to Do University of Oklahoma
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