Like many we walk to these statues while we walk the canal. They are huge and really detailed. I still cant believe Bricktown is a go to place. I remember it was a side of town that you prayed not to break down in. Love seeing all the changes and I look forward to seeing the upcoming rapid area.
The display is nice I just wish it was not located in Oklahoma. I personally feel it's a slap in the face to Native people here that slowly lost thier lands after being forced to move to Oklahoma from thier tribes lands. I'm sure all don't agree with this but it's how I feel.
OKC is my adopted home I am from Tennessee originally. This was great to see the first time. It really brings the history of the land run to life (big life). Every time someone visits us from other states we always take them to the Memorial and the Land Run Monument.
We were thrilled to hear about the growth of downtown and the things that are in the works. Did not know that these wonderful statues were there and they were so beautiful. A must see when you visit Oklahoma!!
I didn't even know this existed. We were visiting the River Walk area and came upon the monument. We were impressed by the size and the art of this creation. Wonderful!
We stumbled on the land run statues while walking the entire Bricktown canal. The monument is tucked into a small hill at the end of the canal near Bass Pro Shop. It is quite impressive and worth the walk down from the main drag of Bricktown. I was disappointed that there was not more descriptive information to go with the... 更多
There were 7 land runs in present day Oklahoma, the first one on April 22, 1889. This amazing sculpture pays homage to those events and conveys the excitement, emotions, fears, and feeling of hope that must of been present during those times. The sculpture consists of approximately 45 pieces of riders on horses and wagons. Very realistic and conveys great... 更多