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.
A night out doesn’t have to be a meticulously planned event. Sometimes, come as you are is the best kind of evening, and OKC has a ton of choices for a casual night out with friends, from beer gardens to patios to drinks with a view, and even a cigar bar if that’s your thing.
Spring is such an exciting time in Oklahoma City. Neighborhood street festivals and statewide festivals usually get kicked off in spring and tons of opportunities for family fun abound. With summer break just around the corner, save your money this spring by attending family events that are cheap or totally free. Here are 50 opportunities to have family fun under $5 this season. For more ways to save money on family fun, check out our Kids Pass which has several coupons to popular local attractions.