Things to Do in August
It doesn't get much better than summertime in Oklahoma City. Although this season might look a little different, there is still so much fun to (safely) be had in the Modern Frontier. Here are a few of our recommendations of ways to enjoy the waning season in OKC!
Explore OKC Social-Distance Style
As doors reopened across Oklahoma City, they did so with new social distancing measures in place. Explore new exhibits at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum (be sure to say hi to Tim!). Take in the beauty of the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory at Myriad Gardens. Get out on the water at Riversport Rapids & Adventures. Go on an outdoor safari walk at the Oklahoma City Zoo. Spend Saturday in Scissortail Park shopping local at the weekly Farmers Market. You'll find there's no shortage of summer fun in OKC.
Get a Taste of Oklahoma City
Are you craving a taste of Oklahoma City's incredible food scene? Check out our list of restaurants offering dine-in, take-out, curbside pickup and delivery options. You'll find a delicious selection for each meal of the day from all types of cuisine (including to-go beer and wine!).
Virtually Experience OKC
Nothing can replace a true visit to Oklahoma City, but in the meantime, you can enjoy virtual experiences from OKC attractions and organizations at home! Follow the antics of a museum's night security guard turned social media extraordinaire, go wild with online animal encounters and rock out to streamed concerts from local artists and venues across the city. You'll also find plenty of ways to keep active and get creative.