The Bricktown Entertainment District has rightfully earned its name by being one of the most entertaining districts in OKC. There are attractions for the whole family to enjoy at any time of the day throughout the entire year.
What to Do
If you’re visiting in the summer, spring or fall, the Bricktown Water Taxi takes you on a leisurely ride throughout the district. The guides are knowledgeable about OKC and have fun facts to entertain and educate throughout the tour. In the summer, join ArtAFloat for the Showboat Concert Series. Every Thursday night, local talent takes their show on the boat. Concerts are open to all ages; tickets are $25 and include the concert and two drink tickets for 21+.
Nearby is Brickopolis, and it’s not just for kids. With two stories of interactive laser tag, arcade games and an 18-hole miniature golf course across the canal, it’s hard to get bored. Fly to new heights on the bungee trampoline or try to scale the brand-new Klime Wall outside. Indoor there is laser tag, arcade games and a full restaurant.
What to See
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, one of the finest minor league baseball fields in the country, is home to the OKC Dodgers. They play more than 100 home games between April and September. Tickets are as low as $13 for home games. Enjoy a night at the ball field with family and friends and root for a Dodgers win! Friday night games have fireworks afterward and kids can run the bases on Sundays.
What to Taste
Along the Bricktown Canal and throughout the entire district are restaurant options galore. Charleston’s has locations all around OKC, but the location in Bricktown is on the canal with a patio overlooking the water. They have a wide selection of burgers, sandwiches, salads and entrees that everyone will enjoy. The Joinery, Bricktown’s newest restaurant addition, has an Italian-American cuisine with a twist and a robust selection of craft beer, cocktails and wine. For a sweet treat after dinner, stop by the Bricktown Candy Company. You’ll get all the nostalgic feels as you drink a root beer from a glass bottle and browse the bulk candy section. Oh, and they have ice cream too. Talk about a sugar crash!
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