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Credit: Oklahoma City CVB

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With 14 distinct districts in the city, there's something for everyone to enjoy. If you have extra time to spend, consider some of the following activities. For more information, visit the Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau.


Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum - "Learn more about the events of April 19, 1995 and the remarkable response that captivated a nation."

Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Includes one of the most comprehensive collections of Dale Chihuly's work along with other collections.

Myriad Botanical Gardens - 750 varieties of plant life in two distinct climates in a gorgeous conservatory.

Riversport Adventures - Whitewater rafting, tubing and kayaking, plus a zip line adventure and more.

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum - "From fine art, pop culture, and firearms to Native American objects, historical cowboy gear, shopping, and dining, the Museum tells America’s story as it unfolds across the West."

Oklahoma City Zoo19 acre zoo and botanical garden that is home to 1,900 animals.

Science Museum of Oklahoma - The state's only hands-on science museum, includes a 20,000-square-foot city called CurioCity's with eight whimsical neighborhoods children are exposed to science through a number of interactive activities that encourage learning through play.

Chickasaw Cultural Center - "Sharing and celebrating the Chickasaw history and culture" in the largest tribal cultural center in the U.S.

Bricktown - Entertainment and restaurant district with a greenway surrounding the Bricktown canal. There are plenty of walking and jogging trails for you to enjoy.

Chesapeake Energy Arena - Home of the Oklahoma City Thunder and host to various concerts.

American Banjo Museum - Exhibits on the history of the banjo with hundreds on display, plus memorabilia, recordings & more.

Museum of Osteology - A private museum devoted to the study of bones and skeletons which displays over 350 skeletons from animal species from animals all over the world.

Red Earth - Art gallery with a permanent collection of Native American fine art, pottery, basketry & textiles.

99s Museum of Women Pilots - This museum showcases artifacts & memorabilia related to female aviators from pilots to astronauts.

Wheeler Ferris Wheel - Wheeler is home to the historic Santa Monica Pier Ferris Wheel. After being purchased on eBay in 2008, over $1 million was invested to refresh and refurbish the Wheel. 


Daytime highs are in the mid-90’s. Evenings are usually in the mid-70's. A light jacket is recommended for the evenings.



The following restaurants are recommended by the Oklahoma budget office staff and are located near the Hilton Skirvin hotel or are a short taxi ride away.

Red Prime Steak - Steak (504 N Broadway Ave., 405-232-2626)
Cattleman's Steakhouse
- Steak (1309 S Agnew Ave., 405-236-0416)
Abuelo's Mexican Restaurant - Mexican (17 E Sheridan Ave., 405-235-1422)
Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse - Steak (7 S Mickey Mantle Dr., 405-272-0777)
Mahogany Prime Steakhouse - Steak (145 W Sheridan Ave., 405208-8800)
Vast - (333 W Sheridan Ave, 49th floor, 405-702-7262)
Kitchen No. 324 - Cafe/Bakery (324 N Robinson Ave., 405-763-5911)
Bricktown Brewery - American (1 N Oklahoma Ave., 405-232-2739)
Hatch - Breakfast (1101 North Broadway Ave., 405-609-8936)
Barrios - Mexican (1000 North Hudson St., 405-702-6922)
R&J Supper Club - American (320 NW 10th St., 405-602-5066)
Big Truck Tacos - Tacos (530 NW 23rd St., 405-525-8226)
Tucker’s Onion Burgers - Burgers (324 NW 23rd St., 405-609-2333)
Café do Brasil - Brasilian (440 NW 11th St., 405-525-9779)
Cheever’s OKC - Southwestern/Southern (2409 North Hudson St., 405-525-7007)