What to do in Oklahoma City

How to Get Around

How to get around

Map of OKC

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There are great dining options in downtown, midtown, uptown, Paseo district, etc. – all just a short tram ride away. OpenTable has some great suggestions as do the dining pages of the Oklahoman. Visit OKC also has an interesting list of Patio Dining in OKC.

More Information

We recommend to use Visit OKC. This website is a great resource to get information about OKC.

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There are many outdoor recreation areas in downtown and the surrounding area, see Visit OKC, the City’s government website or TravelOK, for suggestions.

Places to Visit

OKC National Memorial & Museum

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Built as a tribute to “those who were killed, those who survived and those who were changed forever,” the National Memorial has become a profound statement of the resolve, hope and community spirit that grew after the 1995 Murrah Bombing. This mustsee experience helps visitors understand the Oklahoma Standard that lives on today.

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First Americans Museum

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The newly opened First Americans Museum tells the collective histories of the 39 tribes of Oklahoma. FAM features selections from the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) and exhibitions in history, culture and art, live public and educational programs, a full-service restaurant presenting unique Native-inspired cuisine and an extensive gift shop with Nativemade and artisan wares.

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National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

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More than an homage to the cowboy spirit of the West, this wildly popular museum houses some of the most beautiful Western and Western-inspired art. Explore a full-scale Western town and Native American dwellings, plus the world’s most extensive collection of American rodeo photographs, barbed wire, saddlery and more.

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Scissortail Park

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This 70-acre, fully programmed park features a variety of recreation activities, including walking/ biking/running trails, picnic sites, play areas, a 3.6 acre lake and interactive water features.

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Boathouse District

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Set on the Oklahoma River near downtown and Bricktown is the Boathouse District. It’s home to RIVERSPORT Adventure, where they offer year-round activities. During the warmer months, paddle the Oklahoma River or raft the white water. In the colder months, try their indoor skiing. The Boathouse District is also a U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Site for rowing and kayaking, so you can often spot athletes on the water.

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New Oklahoma City Convention Center

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The brand-new center boasts all the modern conveniences, plus enhanced safety and cleaning amenities. It’s located across from Scissortail Park so you can enjoy some fresh air and greenspace views between meetings.

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