Oklahoma City

Located in the heart of the state, Oklahoma City’s western charm and lively atmosphere create the perfect backdrop for your next vacation.

Oklahoma city is broken down into different neighbourhoods with their own unique offerings :

Once a busy warehouse area, Bricktown is Oklahoma City’s hottest entertainment and dining district. With dozens of restaurants, shopping, Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, Harkins Theatre and a generous helping of turn-of-the-century charm, Bricktown offers visitors a variety of activities in downtown Oklahoma City. Located just one block from the Chesapeake Energy Arena.

If you’re looking to fill the day (or weekend) with family-friendly adventures, Oklahoma City’s Adventure District has you covered. This two-mile area includes the can’t-miss National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, the nationally-renowned Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Gardens and plenty of hands-on family fun at Science Museum Oklahoma.

For over half a century, Oklahoma City was home to every major motion picture studio from Hollywood, California. Studios hosted hundreds of their film exchange distribution offices in what has become the historic Film Row business district. Located in the heart of Downtown Oklahoma City, the creative presence at Sheridan and Lee Avenues includes a mixture of art galleries, businesses, radio stations, movie houses, locally-owned restaurants and much more.

The Deep Deuce district of Oklahoma City is small but carries tremendous historical significance as a metro center for jazz music and African-American culture.

The Boathouse District along the Oklahoma River is a hotspot for outdoor recreation. It’s the official U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Site for rowing and canoe/kayak and hosts numerous regattas throughout the year. But there’s plenty to do for non-Olympians too. Anyone can enjoy kayaking, dragon boating, stand up paddle boarding and cycling, with rentals from the Chesapeake Boathouse.

Surrounded by beautiful older neighborhoods that offer an abundance of charm and heritage, Western Avenue’s roots go back to the days of historic Route 66.

Developed in 1929 as the first shopping district north of downtown, the Paseo Arts District is now home to 17 galleries and more than 60 artists. The curved, two-block street is filled with Spanish revival architecture, not to mention great restaurants, a coffee house, boutiques, gift shops and more.

A visit to Stockyards City is a great way to experience the authentic American West that’s still alive and well in this modern metropolis. Home to a number of shops specializing in all things western, you can outfit an entire ranch (cattle included) or just find a new pair of boots and enjoy a great steak.

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