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What's free in OKC?

1. State Capitol Art: beauty and history come together at the Oklahoma State Capitol. The collection is unique in the amount of artwork for a state capitol building.

2. Martin Nature Park Center: Explore 2.5 miles of woodland trails, a visitor center with live animals, a nature-themed playground, guided hikes and educational programs.

3. District House proves Monday aren’t all bad. The Plaza District coffee shop offers free coffee Monday mornings.

4. 45th Infantry Division Museum:  Explore one of the nations largest collections of Military Firearms. The indoor/outdoor museum is 27,000 square feet of exhibit space and has a 15 acre park.

5. Oklahoma City Outdoor Symbolic Memorial:  honor the victims, survivors, rescuers, and all who were changed forever by the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.

6. Lake Hefner: An outdoor enthusiasts dream... Bike, Run, Walk - there's 10 miles of paved trail that circles the lake. Watch the sail boats, kite surfers and wind surfers battle the Oklahoma wind. 

7. Discover the Bricktown Canal: The Canal offers visitors a wonderful stroll along the water and the Centennial Land Run Monument at the south end of the canal is a city park open to the public year round.

8. Tour the Govenor's Mansion: built in 1927 and renovated in 1995. Tours are given every Wednesday, from Jan. 16 to May 22. Call for a reservation.

9. Arts Districts and Street Festivals - LIVE! on the Plaza in the revitalized Plaza District is each second Friday of the month from 7pm-11pm. First Friday in the Paseo Arts District is from 6pm-10pm. Shop Hop on Automobile Alley is monthly on the third Thursday from 5pm-8pm.

10. Red Earth Art Center: Red Earth Art Center in downtown Oklahoma City, has more than 1,400 traditional artifacts including Native American fine art, pottery, basketry, textiles and beadwork.
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