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OKLAHOMA CITY'S LIVING ROOM
Designed at the turn of the century, The Great Hall is a masterpiece of the era featuring art deco skylight, columns, and murals, painted by Edgar Spier Cameron in 1931. Each mural scene in the Great Hall of the First National Center depicts significant events from Oklahoma’s rich history.
As the heart of First National Center, The Great Hall is coined as Oklahoma's Living Room - evocative of Europe’s majestic all-day bars. The grandeur of this architectural masterpiece is the perfect setting to linger and read the morning news with a latte, sip on a classic cocktail or enjoy a spontaneous dinner at the bar with Neapolitan pizza and handmade pasta from Tellers.