The western and cowboy spirit is still very much alive in this vibrant city as the early settlers traveled across the trails of the Midwest. Book now at any of the Oklahoma City hotels below and experience the western culture throughout the city’s art, statues, museums, rodeos and other unique attractions, including:
Get ready for your share of western thrills at Frontier City theme park. Here you can stroll through an authentic 1880’s western town, enjoy more than 75 rides, shows and games. If you are lucky enough, you might get to see a realistic rendition of the famous gunfight at the OK Corral being reenacted by locals. This is truly a wonderful place to bring the kids as there are many activities for them.
Get some rest and then head over to The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum to step back in time and discover the charm of the Old West. The museum is a popular attraction that features more than 28,000 Western and American Indian art works and artifacts. Visitors of all ages will enjoy an adventure into the exciting cowboy era.
Once a major warehouse district in downtown Oklahoma City, Bricktown is now a popular entertainment and dining district. Home to attractions like the AT&T Bricktown Ballpark and the Bricktown Canal, it offers a wide variety of activities to see and do. With upscale shopping and trendy restaurants, this has become a hotspot for dining and clubbing.
Prepare to be amazed as you encounter some animal fun at the Oklahoma City Zoo. Featuring a diverse animal and plant collection, the zoo has close to 2,000 exotic animals exhibited on more than 110 landscaped acres. The zoo’s amphitheater includes an assortment of entertainment options for everyone in the family. Admission for adults is $8 and $5 for kids.
If you are feeling lucky, you might want to bet as minimum as $1 at the famous Remington Park horse racing venue and casino. This state-of-the-art race track features top-notch racing among some of the best breeds in the country. There are several nice gift shops and various restaurants on the premises.
Many people associate Oklahoma City with the tragic bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in 1995. Pay your respects at the Oklahoma City National Memorial, a museum and memorial dedicated to the victims of the bombing. The exhibits offer background on terrorism, history of the site and several survivor experiences.
With so much to see and do, you might not have enough time to explore everything this city has to offer, so do not waste your time and book now with Choice Hotels. Oklahoma City is a very special place in the Midwest with unlimited fun for the family; we hope to see you soon.
Oklahoma City, OK, US, 73117
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Oklahoma City, OK, US, 73112-4130
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Oklahoma City, OK, US, 73131
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