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Located on Interstate 40, Weatherford is in Custer County in west-central Oklahoma. It is located one hour west of Oklahoma City. With a 2002 Census population of 14,200, Weatherford is home to Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
Weatherford offers an array of shopping and dining options. If you love to shop, there may be no better place than Weatherford. Main Street boasts a marketplace consisting of a variety of specialty shops including restaurants, sports grills and retail stores. From Sports Grills, to Italian Bistros, to Steakhouses, to coffee houses, Weatherford can accommodate your appetite for good food.
If you love to shop, there may be no better place than Weatherford. The Main Street/Route 66 cooridor boasts a marketplace consisting of a variety of specialty shops including restaurants, sports grills and retail stores. With each new season, Weatherford merchants fill their shops with exclusive treasures from all over the world.
Towering 262 feet into the western Oklahoma sky, 98 state-of-the-art windmills dot the horizon and make up the Weatherford Wind Energy Center. Oklahoma's largest wind farms
Visit the Heartland of America Heritage Museum for a look into the hardy spirit and everyday life of the pioneer settlers in the Heartland of America. The museum contains over 32 major exhibits from the late 1800s through the 1950s.
Gemini, Apollo, man landing on the moon, the space race. Exciting times and helping America win the space race was Weatherford native Gen. Thomas P. Stafford. With over 40,000 sq. feet of exhibits and hands-on activities, the Stafford Air and Space Museum contains the history of flight from Wright flyers to an F-16 and a Soviet MiG! The museum is also the home to one of the most comprehensive exhibits in the world displaying the history of rocketry. From the giant F-I Saturn engine, powerhouse of the Apollo missions, down through the Gemini and Mercury space programs, the Stafford Air and Space Museum will leave you in awe!