Oklahoma City Travel Guide
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- 98%Budget Travelers
- 98%Business Travelers
- 98%Family Travelers
- 79%Local Culture
- 61%History Buffs
- 51%Art & Design Lovers
Member Reviews (45)
- Oklahoma CityJan 24, 2014
We visited Oklahoma city for a week over the Christmas vacation with the kids. We went to visit family, and to see what else there was to do there. We were amazed at the amount of things to see and do!. The kids loved the different museums and attractions designed especially for them. And, this may be of the track a little bit, but we uses a local travel website, OKC Travel Guide.com, to find out what there was to do and see, and this little website helped a lot. Check it out if your heading to OKC for a visit.Recommended for:
- Oklahoma CityMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Dec 17, 2013
Oklahoma City is one of those small cities that you just can't forget. The revitalized warehouse district known as Bricktown is chock full of things to see and do, from restaurants, shops, water taxis on the canal, horse drawn carriages, cinemas, and a terrific baseball park.
- Oklahoma CityMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFirst to ReviewOct 22, 2013
Not a place I would ever have visited were it not for having once dated a girl from Oklahoma, the city is actually a surprisingly nice little town with some exceptionally friendly people. Highlights include the Bricktown area, OKC bombing memorial, and the OKC Museum of Art.Recommended for:
- Oklahoma CityFeb 24, 2013
If you like big cities, this is the one. you can drive many miles and never really leave. I worked here and loved it. It gets really hot here and when it rains it pours!! 100x MI worst storms can find anything & I mean anything. Even when ya dont want it
- Oklahoma CityMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Jan 30, 2013
This city would not be on my must-see list in America, but I do find some entertainment visiting downtown's Bricktown and watching OKC Thunder basketball games. Hotel accommodations are plentiful near the airport and there is no freeway traffic like other big cities.
- Oklahoma CityMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 5Oct 15, 2012
Oklahoma City isn't the best city to live/visit, but it's not the worst. Your enjoyment in the city depends on what you enjoy. Most people in the city range from midwestern to southern. There's good food in the city, but it's light on entertainment. Thunder games are great in season, but the rest of the time there aren't a lot of things to do for young adults/professionals without kids.
People are friendly for the most part. Oklahoma City is surrounded by two wealthy neighborhoods Nichols Hills and Edmond. If you visit during Christmastime, the wealthy in those neighborhoods always put up professional light displays. They're pretty great.
For people with kids, you can check out Frontier City which is a very small theme park, the Children's Science Museum, or the Oklahoma City Zoo.
For young adults looking for a night at the town, remember that Oklahoma Liquor laws are ridiculously strict. There's a 13.5% liquor tax, businesses aren't allowed to have daily specials unless they run all month long, and Bricktown bars notoriously have expensive mixed drinks with only half shots in them.
- Oklahoma CityJul 05, 2012
I had family not to far from the city and it was kind of like California in a way but the people talked really slow and I talk fast so it was interesting. I remember the sun coming out of Oklahoma City was shining and it was pouring down rain. I thought the world had ended. lol It was nice there.
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