September 9, 2017 – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Septemberfest OKC


Governor Mary Fallin and First Gentleman Wade Christensen invite you to Septemberfest!

Oklahoma History Center (800 Nazih Zuhdi Dr., Oklahoma City)

Septemberfest is a FREE family festival exploring the rich heritage and diversity for which Oklahoma is known. This event features crafts, music, storytelling, agricultural exhibits, theater, face-painting and everything in between. Families are also encouraged to bring picnics to enjoy on the lawn, and food vendors will be on site. The theme this year is 110 years since statehood.

The Governor's Mansion will be open for tours from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Septemberfest provides a hands-on experience that showcases our state’s past, present and future. Attractions include, but are not limited to:

  • Arts and crafts
  • Bungee station
  • Clowns
  • Chuck wagon cooking
  • Face-painting
  • Laser tag
  • Museum exhibits
  • Oklahoma musicians and performers 
  • Pony rides
  • Square dancing
  • Storytime with Gov. Fallin

Join us for this celebration of the heritage and culture which make Oklahoma unique!

No registration or ticket is required to attend. For more information or to volunteer, call (405) 557-0198.




Septemberfest FAQ


Q: How much does it Cost? 

Septemberfest is free! No registration or ticket is needed to attend. 

Q: Where can I park? 

You may use the Department of Agriculture parking lot at 26th and Lincoln, or the Department of Health parking lot at 23rd and Kelly.  You may also use the Governor’s Mansion lot (off of Philips Avenue). Click here for a parking map. 

Q: Can I bring a sack lunch? 

Please do! We'll have shady space available for you and your family to enjoy a picnic. There will also be food vendors on site, where you can purchase lunch or snacks. The Winnie May Cafe will also be open inside the Oklahoma History Center for other food options. 

Q: Are dogs allowed?

No pets are allowed. However, there will be plenty of furry friends for you to enjoy at our petting zoo! 

Q: Is there handicapped parking? 

Yes. It is available at the corner of NE 24th Ave. and N. Phillips Ave. Click here to view on a map. 

Q: Is there first aid on site? 

Of course! EMSA will be in the library inside the Oklahoma History Center to the left as you enter.