Sylvester Stallone visits National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Sylvester Stallone stopped by the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, posting pictures of his visit on social media.

“Yesterday, Sophia and I spent the day at the Oklahoma Cowboy Museum... What fantastic heritage this country has,” Stallone posted to Instagram with a video and a couple of pictures.

The video shows the “Rocky” star in the museum’s gift shop, comparing cowboy hats and trying one on that he said would work best for protecting a cowboy from the sun. Another picture shows Stallone with his daughter in front of a Wells, Fargo & Co. wagon.

Stallone has been in Oklahoma the past couple of months shooting his upcoming Paramount+ show “Tulsa King.”

The show is about 75-year-old mobster Dwight “The General” Manfredi (Stallone), who is released home to New York after serving 25 years in prison for murder. Manfredi is then banished to Tulsa to set up shop.

Manfredi realizes that his mob family may not have his best interest in mind, so he builds a “crew” to help him set up a new criminal empire.

“Tulsa King” is scheduled to premiere on Nov. 13 on Paramount+. Click here to watch the teaser trailer.