Just a short walk from downtown hotels, event venues and attractions, this former warehouse district is filled with restaurants, nightlife and entertainment options. From taking a cruise along the Bricktown Canal to catching an Oklahoma City Dodgers game at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, Bricktown is a favorite destination for visitors and locals alike. Just north of Bricktown is historic Deep Deuce, where you can find more great restaurants and nightlife options. Be sure to head over to our Insider's Guide where we share what's new in OKC, trip inspiration and upcoming events.
Bricktown has plenty of nightlife options, but we recommend the rock-and-roll dueling pianos of Michael Murphy’s. Part-concert, part comedy roast, this show is sure to have you rolling with laughter and tapping your toes to the request-driven music.
Brickopolis has amped up the district’s level of family-friendly fun by offering miniature golf, laser tag, arcade games and multiple dining options.
A 40-minute trip on the Bricktown Water Taxi is the perfect way to tour through Bricktown, from the eastern edge of downtown all the way to the northern edge of the Oklahoma River. All taxis are staffed by ambassadors that narrate points of interest along the way and give a feel for the unique history and culture of the area.