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Attractions

We are very proud to offer you a variety of fun, exciting and educational
attractions. Enjoy our great city by visiting some of the local HOTSPOTS
or explore any of the unique DISTRICTS for shopping, dining &
entertainment. Need help with navigation? Check out the multiple MAPS
of the area, districts and transportation routes. Now as the country opens
back up, It’s time to grab your passport and GO! Please check back soon
as our site is under development and we are adding exciting information
regularly.

Bricktown

The district contains a number of public sculptures and murals, including a monument to the Oklahoma Land Run.[1] The Centennial Land Run Monument, a large bronze sculpture by artist Paul Moore, is at the south end of Bricktown Canal. It commemorates the Land Run of 1889, which marked the opening of the Unassigned Lands area to settlement. This area is now a city park, open 24 hours a day , year round, and there is no admission fee.[4]

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Frontier City Theme Park

Old-time fun and contemporary thrills combine at Frontier City – a Wild West amusement park in the heart of Oklahoma City. Since opening its gate for the very first time, Frontier City has become an Oklahoma staple, boasting rides and entertainment for guests of all ages.

Frontier City opened alongside Route 66 (now Interstate 35) in 1958 as a Western town replica featuring a Marshall’s office, saloon, bank, post office, fire department, hotel, and numerous storefronts – many of which can still be seen today!

Attractions have grown from a haunted farm, mine train, staged robberies, jails, and gunfight shows to roller coasters, thrill rides, kiddie attractions, water features, and premier entertainment facilities featuring world-class shows and concerts – all included with park admission!

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MYRIAD BOTANICAL GARDENS

The Myriad Botanical Gardens is a 17-acre (69,000 m2botanical garden and interactive urban park located in downtown Oklahoma CityOklahoma, on the southwest corner of Reno and Robinson. The Gardens is home to multiple tiers of densely landscaped areas that surround a sunken lake. Its primary feature is the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory – a 224-foot (68 m) living plant museum featuring towering palm trees, tropical plants and flowers, waterfalls, and exotic animals.

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National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is a museum in Oklahoma CityOklahomaUnited States, with more than 28,000 Western and American Indian art works and artifacts. The facility also has the world’s most extensive collection of American rodeo photographsbarbed wiresaddlery, and early rodeo trophies. Museum collections focus on preserving and interpreting the heritage of the American West. The museum becomes an art gallery during the annual Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale each June. The Prix de West Artists sell original works of art as a fund raiser for the Museum. The expansion and renovation was designed by Curtis W. Fentress, FAIA, RIBA of Fentress Architects.

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OKC Bars & Breweries

Oklahoma City is home to a number of excellent breweries, and several of them offer brewery
tours. Many of our local bars and pubs carry a great selection of local brews. You can start on
either side of town and get a taxi or Uber across the city, if you don’t have a designated driver.

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Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

The Oklahoma City National Memorial is a memorial in the United States that honors the victims, survivors, rescuers, and all who were affected by the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995. The memorial is located in downtown Oklahoma City on the former site of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, which was destroyed in the 1995 bombing. This building was located on NW 5th Street between N. Robinson Avenue and N. Harvey Avenue.

The national memorial was authorized on October 9, 1997, by President Bill Clinton‘s signing of the Oklahoma City National Memorial Act of 1997. It was administratively listed on the National Register of Historic Places the same day.[1] The memorial is administered by Oklahoma City National Memorial Foundation, with National Park Service staff to help interpret the memorial for visitors. The National Memorial Museum and the Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism are components housed in the former Journal Record Building on the north side of the memorial grounds.

The memorial was formally dedicated on April 19, 2000: the fifth anniversary of the bombing. The museum was dedicated and opened the following year on February 19.

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Oklahoma City Zoo

The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden is a zoo and botanical garden located in Oklahoma City’s Adventure District in northeast Oklahoma CityOklahoma.

The zoo covers 119 acres (48 ha) and is home to more than 1,900 animals. It is open every day except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. The Oklahoma City Zoo is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the American Alliance of Museums.

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Scissortail Park/Skydance Bridge

Scissortail Park is a 70-acre public space created from funds generated by a penny sales tax. The 36-acre Upper Park opened on September 27, 2019. The Park, located south of Myriad Botanical
Gardens, continues south close to the shore of the Oklahoma River. Featuring a variety of
engaging experiences for visitors including ornamental gardens and woodlands, a 3.7 acre lake,
children’s playground and water fountains, seasonal roller rink, dog park, picnic grove,
restaurant and performance stage and great lawn, the Park has something for everyone.

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White Water Bay

White Water Bay is the largest water adventure park in Oklahoma with over 30 rides, slides, pools and activities. It mixes action-packed water thrill rides and crowd-pleasing attractions to create a delightful and exhilarating entertainment the whole family will enjoy.

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