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Top 10 Things To Do in OKC

1. Frontier City

This Western-themed amusement park is fun for all ages. Since it's opening in 1958 on 40 acres, it has held the title of Oklahoma’s largest theme park. There are roller coasters, kid rides, a petting zoo, water parks and so much more!

Frontier City

2. Chesapeake Energy Arena

Home to the Oklahoma City Thunder, Chesapeake Energy Arena is a must for sports fan. You will get to watch Russell Westbrook and many other great players while enjoying the great atmosphere of one of America’s most loved sports.

Chesapeake Energy Arena

3. Adventure Hunt OKC

A fun and adventurous modern-day treasure hunt you can enter as many times as you want! You’ll be adventuring all over OKC and the surrounding areas solving clues that will have you exploring the city, including spots you likely haven't explored before!  It only costs $10 and every time you finish, you will get $5 to the Adventure Hunt Store and be entered to win a FREE TRIP TO PANAMA! You can enter on your own, with a date or with a group of friends. No matter how many people you are with, you will have a blast! 

 

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4. Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens

Covering 119 acres and housing over 1,900 animals, there is so much to see at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens. You will be able to see bears, elephants, snakes, lions, seals, gorillas and many more animals on your visit! There are also multiple beautiful gardens that you can enjoy before, during or after your zoo experience.

Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens

5. Bricktown Entertainment District

Created out of repurposed warehouses, Bricktown Entertainment District is a must-see. There are restaurants, piano lounges, shopping and even a water taxi along the canal so you can see it all!  

Bricktown Entertainment District

6. Oklahoma City National Memorial

This beautiful sentiment honors the victims, survivors, rescuers and all those affected by the bombing in 1995. It was such a sad time in our nation’s history, but this monument helps everyone pay their respects and remember.

Oklahoma City National Memorial

7. White Water Bay

Built in 1981, White Water Bay is an absolutely amazing water park. Covering over 25 acres, there are plenty of slides, pools and lazy rivers for everyone! They even have a slide that drops 6 stories, so you know you have to go!


White Water Bay

8. Oklahoma State Capitol

The Oklahoma State Capitol is located on Lincoln Boulevard and is a beautiful building. You can take a tour around the inside of the Capitol and see where all the business happens or wander around the grounds outside. Either way, you are in for a treat!

Oklahoma State Capitol

9. Gold Dome

Located along Route 66, the Gold Dome is hard to miss. Originally created as a bank, this building now houses a cultural center, an art gallery, an office space and even a restaurant.

Gold Dome

10. Civic Center Music Hall

Civic Center Music Hall is known for the many performances it hosts but that is not the only reason you should go. The amount of seating, the beautiful architecture and the grounds around the Civic Center Music Hall will make anyone’s jaw drop.

Civic Center Music Hall


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