The '89er Trail consists of 28 historical markers placed where the events took place that helped create the City of Oklahoma City, from the attempts of the Boomers to settle in the Unassigned Lands to the election of the City's first mayor on August 9, 1890.
Due to construction in the downtown area, markers 22 and 23 are currently not on the ground. As construction in these areas complete, the markers will be added to the Oklahoma City landscape.
- Bricktown Trail
This trail will guide you to the 4 markers in Bricktown.
- Santa Fe Trail
This trail will take you from historic Santa Fe Station to the northside of Cox Convention Center.
- Broadway Trail
Discover the historical sites along W Main and Broadway.
- City Hall Trail
This trail will guide you through the markers at City Hall.
- Myriad Gardens Trail
Myriad Gardens is home to 6 historical markers that are included along this trail.
- Scissortail Park Trail
Coming soon, the final two markers will be installed at the new Scissortail Park.
- Pony Express Trail
This trail will guide you to all 28 markers using the quickest route possible.
- Trail Through Time
This trail will guide you to all 28 markers in chronological order.