The Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History is a natural history museum located on the campus of the University of Oklahoma. The museum was founded in 1899 by an act of the Oklahoma Territorial Legislature, and opened its doors on its current location in 1999. The museum contains approximately "7 million objects and specimens in 12 collections."  It has almost 50,000 sq ft (4,600 m2) of exhibit space, with five galleries and exhibits that provide an in-depth tour of Oklahoma’s natural history. It is "one of the world's largest university-based natural history museums."
The Annual Oklahoma Native American Language Fair is held at the museum every April. In 2013, the fair set a new record for attendance, with 921 Native American language students representing 46 different languages. Over 72 languages are held in the museum archives.
The Cooper Skull, a bison skull, found in 1994, is "the oldest painted object in North America."
A Titanoceratops skeleton with a very large skull 3.1 meters high, the largest skull of any known land vertebrate. The skull was excavated in 1941, but was not removed from its rock matrix until 1995. It was originally labelled as a Pentaceratops.