1. The Twister Movie Museum – Wakita, Oklahoma
Calling anything in Wakita a “landmark” might be pushing things a little bit, especially in a town with only a 350 population, but just about any movie buff will recognize the town’s water tower. Wakita was of course the small Oklahoma town at the center of the Hollywood blockbuster “Twister.” The then mayor came up with the idea to create a Twister Movie Museum and while small, the museum has an impressive amount of memorabilia from the 1996 film including “Dorothy” (the tornado probe) and several thousand photos. The museum’s curator is super friendly and will always greet you with a warm welcome.