If you’re planning a day trip, weekend getaway or full-on vacation, we’ve got you covered with these must-see adventures and experiences that are unique to OKC. Many of these attractions host special events and activities throughout the year, so check our events page for more information.
- 2145 NE 36th St.
- (405) 424-5313
The 45th Infantry Museum is the nation’s largest state operated military history museum depicting the military history of Oklahoma and the 45th Infantry Division. With displays from 1541 through Desert Storm, the museum includes the country’s third largest collection of historic…
- 9 E. Sheridan Ave.
- (405) 604-2793
THE AMERICAN BANJO MUSEUM The American Banjo Museum is a world-class 21,000 square foot facility honoring the rich history, vibrant spirit and unlimited future of the banjo. The museum’s collection contains more than 400 instruments, recordings, film, video, printed music…
- 2501 Memorial Rd.
- (405) 666-9844
Blue Zoo, an interactive aquarium, is now open in Oklahoma City! Boasting such aquatic life as sharks, eels, jellyfish, seahorses and an octopus, Blue Zoo has over 200 species of marine life. Looking for fun things to do in Oklahoma City? Blue Zoo guests will be able to touch and…
- 101 S. Mickey Mantle Drive
- (405) 516-2745
Brickopolis Entertainment is OPEN! Mini Golf. Mining, Klime Wall, and Bungee Trampoline, Laser Tag, Arcade, Grill and Bar are open.The BUFFET will be CLOSED. Pizza and Salad available at Grill. Our facility will be open but of course with limitations. We can’t wait to have fun…
- 111 S. Mickey Mantle Drive
- (405) 234-8294
Welcome aboard Water Taxi on the Bricktown Canal! Join us for regularly-scheduled, entertaining and historically-themed narrated cruises through the heart of downtown Oklahoma City’s Bricktown entertainment district! We also feature private charters and dinner cruises. Hop…
- South End of Bricktown Canal
The Centennial Land Run Monument commemorates the opening of the Unassigned Land in Oklahoma Territory with the Land Run of 1889. The frenzied energy and emotion from one instant during the run is captured in bronze by artist Paul Moore. It is one of the world’s largest bronze…
- 2716 NE 50th St.
- (405) 424-3440
Located in the Adventure District, the Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum and Memorial is the only fire museum in the United States that is owned and operated by firefighters. Notable exhibits include "The Last Alarm" mural, "Patch Collection" and "Fort Supply Firehouse," the…
- 659 First Americans Blvd
- (405) 594-2100
ONE PLACE, MANY NATIONS In one place, visitors will experience the collective histories of 39 distinctive First American Nations. First Americans Museum (FAM) will share the cultural diversity, history, and contributions of the First Americans. The 175,000 square foot museum…
- 11501 N. I-35 Service Rd.
- (405) 478-2140
At Six Flags Frontier City, there’s a lot to ‘WOW!’ about. Like, pulse-pounding coasters, never-before-seen culinary creations, new attractions every season and world-renowned entertainment that will get you on your feet – to name a few! Read on to get the inside scoop on…
- 3908 W. Reno Ave.
- (405) 943-9687
Dive in to fun at Hurricane Harbor Oklahoma City (formerly White Water Bay), Oklahoma's ultimate water park featuring 25 acres of cool pools and super-soaking slides for the whole family.
- NE 83rd St & Broadway Extension
Located halfway between Oklahoma City and Edmond, The Half will be OKC's newest hotspot with a mix of fun dining options, attractions and outdoor recreation. Opening in 2020 are Flix Brewhouse and Chicken N Pickle, with more announcements coming soon!
- 1721 N. Lincoln Blvd.
- (405) 235-4058
This 10-acre historical homestead, claimed during the Great Land Run of 1889, is listed in the National Register of Historical Places. There are seven buildings on the grounds including a one-room schoolhouse, the first two-story home built in Oklahoma, and a 1904 Victorian home…
- NW Oklahoma City
- (405) 297-2756
Bird watchers treasure Lake Hefner as one of the best locations in central Oklahoma. Dozens of water bird species stop along the 17-mile shoreline during their annual migrations through America's central flyway. Lake Hefner is an excellent lake for sailing and weekend sailboat…
- Council Rd. and Morgan Rd.
- (405) 297-2756
Lake Overholser is a popular spot for boaters, fishermen and picnickers. Abundant species of wildlife may also be found at the Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge located on the grounds of the lake. No camping allowed.
- Between Midwest Blvd. and Post Rd.
- (405) 297-2756
Boating, skiing, fishing and lovely picnic areas are here to enjoy along with the 34 miles of shoreline and a model airplane flying field on the south bank.
- 10301 S. Sunnylane Rd.
- (405) 814-0006
SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology is located in Oklahoma City and focuses on the form and function of the skeletal system. With more than 800 skulls and skeletons, visitors can discover animals from every corner of the world without leaving Oklahoma City. This hands-on museum will…
- 301 W. Reno Ave.
- (405) 445-7080
Myriad Botanical Gardens is one of Oklahoma City’s most beautiful and vibrant garden and park spaces offering visitors a 15-acre natural escape in the heart of downtown. Free and open to the public, the outdoor spaces include: ornamental gardens, a children’s garden and…
- 1700 NE 63rd St.
The Museum is open and following The Cowboy Way. Learn more. The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is America’s premier institution of Western history, art and culture. Founded in 1955, the Museum, located in Oklahoma City, collects, preserves and exhibits an…
- 415 Couch Dr.
- (405) 236-3100
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is one of the leading arts institutions in the region. The Museum presents a dynamic range of exhibitions organized from prestigious museums and collections throughout the world. The Museum’s own diverse collection features highlights from North…
- 620 N. Harvey Ave.
- (405) 235-3313
April 19, 1995, was a day like any other, until 9:02 a.m. when the Oklahoma City bombing killed 168 people and changed countless lives forever. Through cutting-edge exhibits and interactive displays, the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum walks you through those moments…
- 2000 Remington Place
- (405) 425-0289
The wait is over, it’s time to rediscover the Zoo you know and love! OKC Zoo will be taking daily online reservations for its Outdoor Safari Walk, which takes guests on a modified pathway through the park to view a majority of the Zoo’s outdoor animal habitats. Online…
- 11 NW 11th St.
- (405) 951-0000
Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center ignites creativity through exhibitions, performances and public programming. We focus on living artists, the art of now and the art of what’s next. We are committed to providing accessible, inclusive arts experiences for everyone by hosting free…
- 1400 Classen Dr.
- (405) 235-4458
Welcome to the home of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum! Experience Oklahoma’s story through its people. Via interactive exhibits, meet notable and lesser known Oklahomans who have shaped the history of our state, country and world. Get a unique look into…
- 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive
The Oklahoma History Center is an eighteen-acre, 215,000 square-foot learning center exploring Oklahoma’s unique history of geology, transportation, commerce, culture, aviation, heritage, and more. The Oklahoma History Center is a Smithsonian Affiliate and is accredited by the…
- 107 Livestock Exchange Building
- (405) 235-8675
Located within historic Stockyards City, the Oklahoma National Stockyards is the largest stocker/feeder cattle market in the world. Check out the rush of an authentic (and free to attend) cattle auction every Monday and Tuesday, then explore other nearby iconic restaurants, shops…
- 3400 NE Grand Blvd.
- (405) 424-8222
A Place for the whole Family! The Oklahoma Railway Museum’s mission is to provide an educational experience of railroads and how they shaped Oklahoma and the Nation. Come spend an afternoon at the Oklahoma Railway Museum. There's something for Everyone! See the freight cars…
- 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd.
- (405) 521-3356
A tour of the Oklahoma State Capitol is a must for any history or art buff. Built in 1917, the Greco-Roman structure was topped with a dome in 2002 and houses murals and paintings of Oklahoma’s history. The Oklahoma Veterans Memorial is located outside on the north side of the…
- 14400 S. Western Ave.
- (405) 799-3276
The Orr Family Farm in Oklahoma City is a family-friendly destination for all ages to enjoy. The Farm offers visitors a variety of agri-tainment experiences including a variety of rides, activities and educational opportunities. The Farm hosts birthday parties, group and…
- 1745 NW 16th St.
- (405) 252-0569
Plaza Walls is a curated, rotating mural project in the Plaza District of Oklahoma City managed and produced by The Oklahoma Mural Syndicate (OMS). The project was launched in September 2015 by Dylan Bradway and Kristopher Kanaly with approval by the Oklahoma City Arts Commission…
- 100 N Broadway Ave.
- (405) 427-5228
The Red Earth Art Center hosts a respected permanent collection of more than 1,000 items of Native fine art, pottery, basketry, textiles and beadwork – Deupree Cradleboard Collection – as well as changing exhibits featuring local, regional and national artists.
- One Remington Place
- (405) 424-1000
Open 24/7 for simulcast racing from coast to coast and exciting casino gaming. Remington Park features live racing during two seasons each year. The top American Quarter Horse Season in the nation is March - May, while the Thoroughbred season runs from mid August through mid…
- 800 RIVERSPORT Drive
- (405) 552-4040
RIVERSPORT is your passport to outdoor adventure in Oklahoma City with locations downtown, at Lake Overholser and Lake Hefner. In the Boathouse District located just south of Bricktown, you’ll find whitewater rafting and tubing, surfing, a new indoor snow skiing attraction…
- 300 SW 7th Street
- (405) 445-6277
Scissortail Park is a 70-acre urban oasis extending from the core of downtown Oklahoma City to the shore of the Oklahoma River. Design plans for the park call for everything from a cafe and sports facilities to a tranquil lake and nature walks. The Skydance Bridge will connect…