Military history buffs need to visit the Oklahoma City's 45th Infantry Division Museum. Learn about how the division seized Hitler's apartment and see the fascinating memorabilia from the capture. Hear what General George S. Patton had to say about serving with the 45th. Walk through the 15 acre outdoor park to stand near the mightiness of attractions like the tanks, artillery, personnel carriers and aircraft used in WWII, the Korean War and Desert Storm. You will not want to miss this intriguing look at one of the most important events in history.
Meet your friends or make new ones at Bricktown Entertainment District, Oklahoma City's coolest downtown entertainment and dining attraction. Catch a movie at the Harkins Theatre; eat out at singer Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill, dance at the premier multi-club Citywalk and cruise the canal on a water taxi to see the sights and sounds from the waters edge.
Frontier City is a western-themed amusement park with over fifty rides and attractions including roller coasters, water rides, and shows like the Wild West Gunfighters Stunt Show. Featuring rides for all ages, live entertainment and delicious food options. All concerts are FREE with park admission or a Double Park Season Pass!
Wild life is all around you at the Martin Park Nature Center. Explore the wildlife sanctuary on over three miles of trails where you can stretch your legs and see animals like squirrels and foxes along the way. After your walk, cool off while exploring exhibits and attractions at the park's museum and learn about the critters you may have seen on your journey.
Explore western civilization at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. At the museum entrance stands James Earle Fraser's breathtakingly heroic 18-foot sculpture depicting an Indian Fighter with horse, exhausted after years of a losing battle with white settlers and their army. Wander through exhibits and attractions like Prosperity Junction, an authentic 14,000-square-foot, turn of the century western town; and explore arts and artifacts that detail the story of the west.
Catch the Oklahoma City Dodgers at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, located in the heart of the city's Bricktown Entertainment District. Cheer the team on, formerly the Oklahoma City RedHawks, while eating your favorite ballpark foods in the stands. After the game, walk to numerous spots downtown to enjoy even more hits in music, dining, shopping, and other local attractions.
The 1995 bombing of the Oklahoma City's Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building killed 168 Americans. The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum is home to the story of that infamous event. Learn about how the day unfolded at the Memorial Museum and walk through the sacred ground's symbolic exhibits at the Gates of Time, Field of Empty Chairs, Survivor Tree, and Reflecting Pool.
Take a walk on the wild side at the Oklahoma City Zoo. Watch tigers stalk, lions sunbathe, gorillas hang out in their rain forest habitat, and explore the palatial new elephant home where you will meet half-sisters Asha and Chandra. Featuring more than 1,800 animals, the zoo is Oklahoma's number one attraction and the third most family-friendly zoo in the country.
The wonders of science come alive at the Science Museum Oklahoma, one of Oklahoma City's popular destinations for family fun. Kids are fascinated and educated at this hands-on science adventure attraction. On their trip throughout the museum, they will discover how chemical-reactions explode, explore rare space artifacts, climb the world's tallest spiral slide, sit under a universe filled with stars and see a movie under a dome.
Spend a day exploring the wild attractions at Tiger Safari, home to over 100 exotic animals. Plan your next party here, come for a Sundowner Safari Tour, or enjoy camping in the Jungle Safari Tree House. Feel like roughing it? Check out Tiger Safari's Primitive Family Camping, where you can turn your safari experience into an overnight stay outdoors. Your adventure at this zoological attraction will yield views of exciting animals like leopards, lions, tigers, lemurs, monkeys, a variety of snake species, a grizzly bear named Koda, and many others.