Make Oklahoma City you and your family's destination this Spring Break! There are plenty events and happenings to fill your week. Whether you're trying to save the kids from boredom, looking for some great food or seeking out some adventure, check out what OKC has to offer:

What to Do:

Music at the Civic Center- Experience Santana-The Corazon Tour at the Civic Center Music Hall March 17, 2015.  Good music and fun for the entire family!

Classes, Fun Activities and Oklahoma Gardening School at the Myriad Gardens: March into all kinds of fun and educational classes, events and activities at Myriad Botanical Gardens in March. Kids can learn about vanilla beans, how to plant potatoes and can enjoy a series of Spring Break pop-in activities.

2015 Home Show at Oklahoma State Fair Park-March 20-22
Find new products, ideas, and advice in home improvement and gardening.

Premiere on Film Row-March 20, 7pm-10pm
Catch a movie at The Paramount OKC after enjoying the musicians, artists, performers, food trucks, drinks and more.

History Camp at The Oklahoma History Center- March 17, 10am-2pm 
From scavenger hunts to archaeological digs. Free with museum admission, registration required.

Things to See:

OKC Zoo-Visit baby elephant Achara as the weather starts to warm - OKC's #1 attraction is one of the top three family-friendly zoos in the nation!

Visit a museum-There are so many to choose from in OKC it may be hard to pick just one! From banjos to science and even bones to modern art, we're not short on museums.

See a Show-Head to the Civic Center Music Hall or the Lyric Theatre for a live performance.

Thunder Up-There are two home games taking place during Spring Break. You won't want to miss cheering along with the loudest fans in the NBA at the Chesapeake Energy Arena (100 W. Reno Ave.). Didn't get tickets, check out a past blog post suggesting what to do before and after the game including where the best seats are outside of the arena to watch the Thunder dominate.

Shop-Head over to Penn Square or Quail Springs Mall for some indoor shopping, and if the weather's nice, check out the Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City and Automobile Alley's monthly Shop Hop for local sales, happy hours, discounts and freebies.

Explore the Districts-OKC has a district for every personality. Check out the Plaza District for local food and boutique shops. The Boathouse District offers more adventure with zip lining and kayaking, among other things. Look into the Paseo District if you're interested in local art.


Something to Eat from Each District:

Bricktown Brewery- Handcrafted beer and good food in a more upscale pub environment.

Guernsey Park-Asian dishes from around the world in a modern dining atmosphere.

Bleu Garten-OKC's newest food truck park offers a variety of food, alcohol, misters and heaters, light music and theater entertainment.

S&B Burgers-Classic burgers with a variety of twists from OKC's Automobile Alley.

Sauced on Paseo-New York style pizza, signature pies and a one-of-a-kind atmosphere.

The George Prime Steakhouse-Steaks and modern dishes with a city view from Founders Tower.

The Mule-Grilled Cheese like no other paired great with drinks and a patio in the Plaza District.

The Grand House-Traditional Chinese food and sushi in OKC's Asian District.

Cattlemen's Steakhouse-Perfect southern dishes in the Stockyard District.

Urban Johnnie's-Contemporary American Cuisine with an Oklahoman Flare in the Deep Deuce District.

Joey's Pizzeria-pizza any way you want it from Film Row.

Pie Junkie-if you're looking for dessert, Pie Junkie has the best pie in OKC.

With so many options for food, entertainment, and adventure in OKC, there is sure to be something for everyone. Come join us for a fun-filled Spring Break and tag your pictures and journey with #SeeOKC!