Located 20 miles from Oklahoma City, Norman is a college town that is home to more than 100,000 people. Money Magazine has ranked Norman as one of the Best Places to Live and Forbes Magazine named Norman one of the Top College Sports Towns. RelocateAmerica.com lists the town as one of the Top 100 Places to Live while Oklahoma Magazine designated Norman as the Best Small Town. Additionally, Cleveland County placed third on Businessweek.com's America's Best Affordable Places List. Norman is best known as the location of the University of Oklahoma and the National Weather Center, making it a center of culture, technology and scientific research. Norman also is home to the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, one of the largest of its kind, and the Fred Jones, Jr. Museum of Art. Seventeen landmarks are listed in Norman on the National Register of Historic Places, which includes the Cleveland County Courthouse, the DeBarr Historic District, the Oscar Jacobson House, the Santa Fe Depot and the Moore-Lindsay House. The University of Oklahoma's Bizzell Library is a National Historic Landmark, one of only twenty in the state.