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    Adventure District Sign
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    ASA Hall of Fame Stadium (1)
    With record breaking attendance each year, the NCAA Women’s College World Series is one of the biggest events hosted in Oklahoma City.
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    ASA Hall of Fame Stadium (2)
    With record breaking attendance each year, the NCAA Women’s College World Series is one of the biggest events hosted in Oklahoma City.
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    Asian District
    An influx of Vietnamese immigrants in the 1970's transformed the area surrounding Northwest 23rd Street and Classen Boulevard into a vibrant enclave of Asian culture. It's where you'll find some of the best Asian restaurants in OKC including some of the most authentic (and delicious) Vietnamese food this side of the Pacific.
    Automobile Alley Sign
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    BleuGarten
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    Bricktown (1)
    The Bricktown Entertainment District is Oklahoma City’s hottest entertainment and dining district with dozens of unique culinary adventures and vibrant nightlife.
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    Bricktown (2)
    Bricktown Canal (1)
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    Bricktown Canal (2)
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    Chesapeake Energy Arena (1)
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    Chesapeake Energy Arena (2)
    Chesapeake Energy Arena (3)
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    Chesapeake Energy Arena (4)
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    Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
    Located in the Bricktown Entertainment District, The Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark is home to the Oklahoma City Dodgers, Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. The ballpark also hosts the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship along with other community events throughout the year.
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    Civic Center Music Hall
    From ballet to big band, Civic Center Music Hall is the place to see live performances throughout the year.
    The Criterion
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    Deep Deuce Sign (1)
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    Deep Deuce Sign (2)
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    Devon Boathouse & Chesapeake Finish Line Tower
    Located on the Oklahoma River on the southern edge of downtown Oklahoma City, the Devon Boathouse and the Chesapeake Finish Line Tower welcome athletes from around the world to various water sport events throughout each year.
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    Devon Energy Center and Myriad Gardens Band Shell
    Devon Energy Center and Myriad Gardens Band Shell
    Festival of the Arts
    The annual Festival of the Arts is Oklahoma City’s rite of spring and a must-see event for art lovers of all kind – visual, performing and culinary.
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    Festival of the Arts 2016
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    Film Row Sign
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    Finish Line Tower
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    First National Center
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    H&8th Night Market
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    Lake Hefner
    Midtown Sign with Skyline
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    Myriad Botanical Gardens (1)
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    Myriad Botanical Gardens (2)
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    Myriad Botanical Gardens (3)
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    Myriad Botanical Gardens (4)
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    Myriad Botanical Gardens (5)
    NCWHM
    The entire family will enjoy the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, home to more than 28,000 Western and American Indian art works and artifacts including the world-famous End of the Trail statue.
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    OKC Marathon
    The Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon is becoming one of the most recognized marathons in the country.
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    OKCMOA
    Standing 55 feet tall, the Eleanor Blake Kirkpatrick Memorial Tower welcomes visitors to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art – home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of Dale Chihuly glass.
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    OKCNM (1)
    Located at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, The Survivor Tree, an American Elm, bore witness to the violence of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995, and withstood the full force of the attack. Years later, it continues to stand as a living symbol of resilience.
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    OKCNM (2)
    The Gates of Time mark the formal entrance to the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum.
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    Oklahoma City Dodgers
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    Oklahoma City Downtown Skyline
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    Oklahoma City National Memorial
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    Oklahoma City Skyline (1)
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    Oklahoma City Skyline (2)
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    Oklahoma City Skyline (3)
    Oklahoma City Skyline from Bricktown
    Oklahoma State Capital
    Oklahoma City Zoo (1)
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    Oklahoma City Zoo (2)
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    Oklahoma Hall of Fame (1)
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    Oklahoma Hall of Fame (2)
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    Oklahoma Hall of Fame (3)
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    Oklahoma Regatta Festival 2016
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    Paseo Arts District (1)
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    Paseo Arts District (2)
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    Plaza District
    Dive into the local scene at the annual Plaza District Festival held each fall.
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    Plaza District Festival 2015
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    Red Earth Museum
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    Remington Park
    Feel the energy at Oklahoma City’s live horse racing venue, Remington Park Racing Casino. With more than 700 games, Remington Park is the only casino in Oklahoma City.
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    RIVERSPORT Rapids (1)
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    RIVERSPORT Rapids (2)
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    Skydance Bridge (1)
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    Skydance Bridge (2)
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    Skydance Bridge (3)
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    Skydance Bridge (4)
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    Skydance Bridge (5)
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    Skydance Bridge (6)
    Skydance Bridge (7)
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    Skyline at Night from Bricktown
    Skyline Lights
    State Fair Park (1)
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    State Fair Park (2)
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    State Fair Park (3)
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    Stockyards
    See real cowboys at work every week during the world’s largest live cattle auction in historic Stockyards City.
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    Stockyards City
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    Thunder (1)
    It’s Game Time! Head to the Chesapeake Energy Arena to catch the Oklahoma City Thunder in action.
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    Thunder (2)
    It’s Game Time! Head to the Chesapeake Energy Arena to catch the Oklahoma City Thunder in action.
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    Uptown 23rd
    Uptown is home to one of the latest neighborhood revitalization's in OKC and is a fun, easy place to dine, shop and drink. The attractions are casual, very accessible and are largely owned by local proprietors eager to please residents and visitors alike.
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