To make celebrating the season as memorable as possible, we’ve gathered the top OKC activities and events that happen to be at no cost to you. You really can #SeeOKC for free! 



Cozy up with a good book

  • Commonplace Books hosts a children’s story hour every Saturday at 10 a.m. They have free coffee at all hours of the day and fireplaces to curl up next to. 

  • The Metropolitan Library offers seasonally-themed and literature-centered activities daily for children and adults alike. 

  • Enjoy a story and craft under a fall canopy on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. in the Myriad Gardens Children’s Garden. 

  • Fall weather is perfect for enjoying the different parks around Oklahoma City. Visit our park & trails page to plan your adventure. 


Copy of Commonplace Books


Explore the great indoors with OKC’s museums and exhibits


Copy of Myriad Gardens - Pumpkinville 2021 - Water Stage


Enjoy the crisp, cool air

  • The grounds of the Myriad Gardens are free and open to the public daily for strolling among the fall foliage (Crystal Bridge is closed for renovations until November 18, 2022). 

  • Scissortail Park is an urban oasis, offering endless opportunities to roam, exercise, relax, play and enjoy nature. The recently opened lower park offers various recreational sports fields for you to enjoy.  

  • The Will Rogers Garden offers hands-on activities for all ages and has various recreation spaces like baseball fields and disc golf courses. 

  • The Mat Hoffman Skate Park offers a bowl and street course at varying levels of difficulty. The park is designed for skateboards, inline skates and BMX bikes. 

  • Multiple lakes around Oklahoma City are free for public use. Check out our lake guide for the best ways to enjoy the cooler weather. 

  • The Centennial Land Run Monument is located just south of Bricktown and is one of the world's largest bronze sculptures featuring 45 figures of the land run participants. 

  • Explore 140 acres of lush grasslands, rocky streams and rich foliage at Martin Park Nature Center. The center is a hub for nature exploration and education for visitors of all ages. 


Holiday Pop Up Shops


Get ready for the Holidays!

  • In Midtown, the Holiday Pop-Up Shops offers free admission to shoppers as they explore the handiwork of artists and craftsmen. The shops are open Friday through Sunday from November 25 to December 18. They are located on the corner of NW 10th and Hudson. 

  • Enjoy complimentary fares on the OKC Streetcars on weekends beginning November 19 through January 2 in celebration of their 3rd anniversary


Lights on Broadway in Automobile Alley


Don’t miss the first glimpses of the holiday season!