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    Science Museum Oklahoma
    Children will have a blast at Science Museum Oklahoma exploring GadgetTrees, a two-story tree house with the nation’s tallest spiral slide.
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Recreation
    A walk, run or bike ride around Lake Hefner, or any of our city lakes, is the perfect way to enjoy an afternoon.
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Recreation
    With 13 miles of trails, the Oklahoma River is the perfect place for outdoor recreation.
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Recreation
    Head to the Chesapeake Boathouse on the Oklahoma River to enjoy rowing and kayaking on a U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Site.
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Banjo
    Lean the history and enjoy the music at the American Banjo Museum, located in the Bricktown Entertainment District.
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Horse Show
    Home to more national and international equine championship events than any other city in the world, Oklahoma City is the venue of choice for top national and world championship horse shows, attracting riders from across the nation – and world – each year.
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    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.
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Oklahoma River Cruises
    Relax on the water of the Oklahoma River aboard an Oklahoma River Cruise.
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    OKC Zoo
    Meet one of the city’s newest citizens at the Oklahoma City Zoo – Malee, the elephant calf.
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau