Experience Oklahoma City for little to nothing with our Free in OKC: Summer Edition. Who said you can't have fun for free?

Horse Shows at State Fair Park

  • Oklahoma City is home to more national and international equine championship events than any other city in the world and most don’t charge admission.

The 45th Infantry Division Museum

  • Dedicated to the military history of Oklahoma and the 45th Infantry Division, this museum is a must for any history buff. It includes the country’s third largest collection of historic U.S. military firearms and the world’s largest collection of items once owned by Adolph Hitler.

Mat Hoffman Action Sports Park

  • Ranked in the top 10 skate parks in the U.S., the action park is divided into two areas – a flow course with bowl combinations and a street course with ledges and handrails.


Oklahoma City Outdoor Symbolic Memorial

  • The memorial honors victims, survivors, rescuers and all who were changed forever by the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.

Watching Sail Boat & Kite Surfers on Lake Hefner

  • Watch sailboat cruises across the lake or kite surfers make daring jumps on the east side of Lake Hefner near Hefner Parkwayand Britton Road.

Oklahoma State Capitol Tour

  • Take a self-guided tour or experience the capitol with a trained volunteer.

Land Run Monument

  • Along the south end of the Bricktown Canal just southwest of Bass Pro Shops, the monument commemorates the 1889 Land Run in which Oklahoma City was founded.

Martin Nature Park

  • A 144 acre nature reserve with 3.5 miles of gentle hiking trails and many species of animals, the park is open Wednesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Regattas in the Boathouse District

  • A U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Site, the river hosts numerous regattas and other events throughout the year.


Cattle Auctions in Stockyard City

  • Watch thousands of dollars and hundreds of cattle exchange hands every Monday at the world’s largest stocker/feeder cattle market.

Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge at Lake Overholser

  • Get closer to nature at the Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge at the north end of Lake Overholser. It is a pristine area of 1000 acres that have remained unchanged since before statehood. Hike the area and see whitetail deer, beavers, egrets and beautiful views of lakes, bottomland forest and marshlands.

SONIC Summer Movie Nights at the Myriad Gardens

  • Spread your blanket out on the Myriad Gardens Lawn and catch a family friendly movie every Wednesday night from June to August.

Red Coyote Pack Pint Runs

  • Wednesday & Thursday nights join the Red Coyote running crew for Pack Pint Runs – an easy three mile out and back, so you can run as far or short as you like. Refreshments from local brewery, Coop Ale Works, will be provided to those with proper ID after the run.

First Friday Gallery Walk

  • Explore the Paseo District and its showcase of new work by more than 80 local artists on the first Friday of each month.

LIVE on the Plaza

  • Enjoy the Plaza District’s monthly art walk featuring local artists, live music, food trucks, shopping and more on the second Friday of each month!

21C Museum

  • Located on the West End of downtown OKC along Film Row, explore the modern art found at the historic Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant turned 21C Museum Hotel.

Red Earth Museum

  • A Native American Art Museum that houses more than 1400 items of Native American fine art, pottery, basketry, textiles and beadwork. The museum also provides educational programs year round.

See You Saturdays – Oklahoma Hall of Fame

  • Visit the Museum the second Saturday of each month for uniquely themed programming geared towards everyone – children to adults. Be inspired each month with interactive experiences and meet new Hall of Fame heroes!

Wiggle Out Loud

  • OKC’s free, active-family music festival! This is an event for all ages featuring music, activities, artwork & more.

OKC Dog Parks

  • Stretch your pup’s legs at either the Midtown Mutts Dog Park or the Myriad Gardens Dog Park! With plenty of water access for your dog, you can stay and play for hours on end.

Myriad Gardens Thunder Fountain

  • Inspired by thunderstorms, the fountain cycles through a computerized sequence of mist, rain, thunder and light that will intrigue visitors of all ages!