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Choose from the following attractions:
Choctaw Indian Trading Post
Enterprise Square, USA Frontier City Theme Park
Harn Homestead Museum Martin Park Nature Center
Myriad Botanical Gardens National Cowboy Hall of Fame
National Softball Hall of Fame Oklahoma City Art Museum
Oklahoma City Visitor Information
Oklahoma City Zoo Oklahoma Firefighters Museum
The Omniplex Overholser Mansion
Paseo Art District Remington Park Race Track
State Capitol State Fair Park
State Museum of History Stockyards City
White Water Bay Will Rogers Park
World Organization of China Painters Museum Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation
45th Infantry Division Museum

Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department

120 N. Robinson Avenue, 6th Floor
P.O. Box 52002
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73152
Phone: (800) 652-6552

Write or phone for free literature about Oklahoma.

Oklahoma City Visitor Info

189 W Sheridan Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-9208
Phone: 405-297-8912


Choctaw Indian Trading Post

1520 N Portland Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
Phone: 405-947-2490

This trading post offers many high quality Indian-made products. It opened in 1959 by an Indian couple, one of which was Choctaw and one who was Cherokee. Though under new management, the trading post continues to carry quality Indian merchandise.


The Omniplex Science Museum

2100 NE 52nd
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111
Toll-free: 800 532-7652
Phone: 405 602-6664

Previous known as the Kirkpatrick Center Museum Complex, the Omniplex has much to see and do. There are five museums, galleries, greenhouses, a planetarium, gifts and more. One charge includes all features. This is a hands-on learning places for all ages.


Oklahoma Firefighters Museum

2716 NE 50th
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111
Phone: 405 424-3440

Open 7 days a week, this museum showcases turn-of-the-century fire equipment and engines. You can see Oklahoma's first fire station here among many other apparatus.


Oklahoma City Zoo

2101 NE 50th St.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111
Phone: 405 424-3344

This zoo is considered among the top ten zoos in the USA. There are nearly 2,000 exotic animals and 100 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. A marine exhibit, Aquaticus< is one of the favorites of the zoo visitors. Primates are seen in their own special exhibit, "The Great EscApe." Some exhibits have additional fees.


Myriad Botanical Gardens

100 Myriad Gardens
Reno & Robinson
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 297-3995

17 acres in the heart of downtown make up the Myriad Botanical Gardens. A seven story conservatory, Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory, is a main attraction for these gardens. A sunken lake is among the must sees for these Gardens. Outdoor areas have no admission. The Crystal Bridge has an admission fee. Please call for hours and fees.


Enterprise Square USA

2501 W Memorial Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73136

This attraction closed in 2002. It had opened in 1982 and without frequent updates became outdated.

This unique attraction is a one of a kind, found only here in Oklahoma! Enterprise Square USA features hands-on experience in business. Many exhibits will give you fun and excitement as well as inform and educate you. The Heartbeat Rotunda, a glass-walled elevator, lets you see many of the features of the attraction. You may want to take the two and a half hour tour to see it all, including the singing dollar bills! Please call for hours and admission fees.


Frontier City Theme Park

11501 N I 35 Service Rd
(I-35 North, Exit 122nd St.)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73131
Phone: 405 478-2140

This one price covers everything type attraction will keep you busy all day! A "western-style" theme par, you can ride the rapids on a river raft or travel the time warp.


National Softball Hall of Fame

2801 NE 50th
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111
Phone: 405 424-5266

The history of softball is covered at this attraction. All facets of the sport are covered here, including the hall of fame for its greatest players.


45th Infantry Div Museum

2145 NE 36th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73111-5302
Phone: 405-424-5313


Oklahoma City Art Museum

415 Couch Drive
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102
Phone: 405 236-3100

This attraction is Oklahoma's oldest art museum. Work dating back to the 16th century is included here with many art pieces from the 19th and 20th centuries. Guided tours are available. Please call ahead for hours and arrangements.


State Capitol

NE 23rd & Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 521-3356

Tours are available at the state capitol everyday. To see the capitol as it should be, you need to take our tours. The Oklahoma Capitol buildings is one of the few state capitol buildings without a dome.


White Water Bay

3908 W. Reno
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73107
Phone: 405 943-9687

All types of activities are available at this water-sport complex. You can choose from the lazy floating pools to speed slides and cliff diving! Please call for hours and admission fees.


Will Rogers Park

36th Street and N. Portland
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 946-2739

A 130 acre park, Will Rogers Park provides beautiful grounds, including rose gardens, fresh water ponds and an arboretum. Other recreational activities are located in the park incluidng tennis courts, swimming pool, a unique frisbee golf course, picnic areas and an amphitheater. Come spend the day at Will Rogers Park.


Harn Homestead Museum

313 NE 16th
Oklahoma Ciyt, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 235-4058

This farmhouse was one of the homestead resulting from the Great Land Run of 1889, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A one-room schoolhouse, the 1890 Shepherd House, and a 1900 working farm. A fascinating day may be spent here among the history of the Oklahoma Territory.


Remington Park Race Track

I-44 and Martin Luther King Blvd.
1 Remington Place
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 424-9000

Features at the track include restaurants, a park with playground for the kids and gift shops. Call for admission and race schedules


State Fair Park

500 Land Rush Street
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 948-6700

The Oklahoma State Fair is held at this facility each year. Not only the state fair, but numerous other events are held here including 89er baseball, auto racing, rodeos, concerts, horse shows and much more. Call for schedule of events.


Stockyards City

Agnew Exit South of I-40 to Exchange Avenue
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 235-8675

This stockyards is the largest in the world! Come and watch the cowboys do their "thing". Other features include a general store, tack shops, restaurants and more. Auctions are held Monday through Wednesday.


National Cowboy Hall Of Fame and Western Heritage Center

1700 NE 63rd St
Oklahoma City, OK 73111-7906
Phone: 405-478-2250

View all facets of the west at this museum. A wonderful collection of western art is seen here as well as many sculptures, including the famous, "End of the Trail." Please call for hours and admission fee.


Overholser Mansion

405 NW 15th
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 528-8485

This mansion is the first built in Oklahoma. The beautifully preserved architecture as well as the original furnishing and art displays make this a must see for your visit to Oklahoma City.


World Organization of China Painters Museum

2641 NW 10th
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73107
Phone: 405 521-1234

This museum is located in the headquarters for the China Painters organization. A wonderful collection of painted china may be seen here as well as the chance to be instructed in the art and research information about it.


Martin Park Nature Center

5000 W. Memorial
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 755-0676

Free admission for this 140 acre wildlife area. It is home to hundreds of species of wildlife. 2 ½ miles of nature trail are available for your use. Guided tours are available. Please call for programs and hours.


Paseo Art District

NW 30 & Dewey
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 525-2688

A true artists haven with many studios, restaurants and festivals throughout the year.


State Museum of History

2100 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phone: 405 521-2491

Near the State Capitol, you may see a great overview of Oklahoma history from prehistoric times to the future. This museum includes many exhibits from the pioneer era, including a Civil War cannon and a bison hide teepee and more.


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