Boring people all over this state constantly complain that there's "nothing to do in Oklahoma" but you and I know that's just not true.

Case and point, there is something in Oklahoma City that exists only in Oklahoma City. The Museum of Osteology - AKA - the bone museum!

It's the world's largest private collection of skeletal remains and the creatures range from the curiously creepy critters to legitimately freaky real human remains... They even have an entire humpback whale carcass perfectly preserved and hanging from the ceiling.

Museum of Osteology
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Oddly enough, this place didn't start out to be the most extensive collection of bones in the world, it actually started out as a hunter's cheaper alternative to expensive taxidermy place called Skulled Unlimited... at least that's the story I was told by my uncle. He and my aunt used to live next door to the owner in Norman a lifetime ago.

Museum of Osteology
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Not only will you get to experience a super-rare thing in seeing all of this natural taxonomy, you even get a little peek in on the process which makes pristine skeletal remains possible... the humble flesh-eating beetles.

The cool continues... if you'd like to try your own hand at this kind of natural preservation, you can even buy yourself a box of beetles to take home and feed whatever dead animal you want to it... the dead family pet, a deer harvested last year still in the freezer, even a whole cow if you have that long to wait for these beetles to do their purpose. As I said, it's a ridiculously cool experience.

Museum of Osteology
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Check out the website, get your tickets, and make that short drive to Moore for a once-in-a-lifetime Oklahoma-exclusive experience.

The most unusual and beautiful Airbnb rental in Oklahoma

Check out the Silo at Lake Tenkiller. It has to be one of the most unusual and beautiful Airbnb rentals in Oklahoma. It's a 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home located at Lake Tenkiller and yes it's a silo. It can comfortably sleep up to 6 people and comes with all the best creature comforts including a fire pit out back where you can kick back, relax and take in the view. Not only is this one of the most unusual rentals available on Airbnb in Oklahoma it's also one of the highest-rated. It currently boasts a solid 5 out of 5 stars and everyone who has stayed there have been very complimentary about how wonderful it is. This place looks amazing!