Historically, much of Oklahoma City’s art identity has been located in The Paseo Arts District, a small neighborhood just north of downtown with nearly two dozen working artists and studios, all of which are open the first Friday of every month—even winter months. Since the redevelopment of the urban core, though, visual arts are springing up all around downtown, both in the Arts District and in surrounding districts.
Changes to Oklahoma’s alcohol laws last year led to an acceleration of what was already a craft beer boom in the city. With more than 40 licensed breweries in operation or development statewide, OKC is now at the heart of a thriving beer culture. The addition of the streetcar means that accessing an “ale trail” is now easier than ever, but most of the breweries are still “off the rails,” so to speak.
The Orr Family Farm just launched a glamorous camping getaway unlike any other. Experience a one-of-a-kind overnight adventure in a historic Conestoga wagon in Oklahoma City. The 13 unique wagons are completely handcrafted in the U.S. and modeled after 19th century pioneer wagons that were used to travel west but with a luxury twist. Sit around a campfire with a small group of close friends or your entire family and enjoy western-style camping in an unforgettable way.