Get out and explore what Oklahoma City has to offer with some of these winter activities that won't break the bank. 

From exciting seasonal events to exploring local attractions, we’ve rounded up all there is to do at no cost to you. To score deals on attractions, accommodations and dining that isn't free, check out these special offers and discounts across Oklahoma City.  


Seasonal Happenings 


Things to Do 

  • First Friday welcomes guests to stroll and view the Paseo Arts District's galleries on the first Friday of every month.  

  • Bring a mat, water and an open mind, and practice yoga in the gardens weekly during Myriad in Motion at the Myriad Botanical Gardens. Classes are open to all experience levels, whether you are a novice or an experienced yogi.  

  • Get out and play outside! Visit our urban parks & trails page for our list of ways to take advantage of OKC's year-round sunshine.  

  • Shred at the Mat Hoffman Skatepark, offering skaters a bowl and street course at varying levels of difficulty. The park is designed for skateboards, inline skates and BMX bikes. 

  • Hop on the Oklahoma City Streetcar for free rides around the city every weekend from Nov. 18 through Jan. 1, 2023.  

  • Head to Chisholm Creek on the first Saturday morning of each month for Coffee & Cars—a monthly outdoor gathering for car enthusiasts across the state of Oklahoma. The event will be held at the property just north of Pawnee Drive and Cabela Road. 



Museums and Exhibits 

  • Artspace at Untitled is a contemporary arts center located in the historic Deep Deuce district of downtown Oklahoma City. Artspace is always free and open to the public—exhibiting the works of regional, national and international artists. 

  • The Plaza Walls in the Plaza District offers a free showcase of curated, rotating murals year-round. 

  • The 45th Infantry Division Museum offers self-guided tours of the 27,000 square feet exhibit space at no charge. The museum holds a plethora of Oklahoma military history, equipment and memorabilia. 

  • At the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, admission is always free and tours are offered at various times each day the gallery is open. Oklahoma Contemporary encourages artistic expression in all forms through education and exhibits. 

  • Every second Saturday of each month, the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Museum holds See you Saturdays with guided tours, crafts and learning opportunities for families at no charge. 

  • The Red Earth Art Center hosts their 7th annual Treefest featuring Christmas trees representing 16 Tribal Nations from across Oklahoma. Each tree is decorated with handcrafted ornaments and art object representing each of their distinctive and diverse cultures. 

  • The Oklahoma Railway Museum is open Thursday through Saturday and offers access to the grounds at no charge