Play, explore and dine at Bricktown, Oklahoma City's hottest entertainment district on the banks of the Bricktown canal. Enjoy canal-side restaurants, retail shops, museums, sports venues and movie theaters. See public art and street performance art. Take a horse-drawn carriage ride or float down the canal on boat tour. There's plenty to keep you busy while you hang out at Bricktown.
It's more than just a boat ride; Bricktown Water Taxi, it is the way to tour the sights of Oklahoma City's Bricktown Entertainment District. See the district's canal-side restaurants, clubs and attractions on a narrated boat tour. For an extra splash, book a dinner or cocktail cruise with your friends.
See how life was lived before Oklahoma was a state at the Harn Homestead Museum. Tour this 10-acre historical homestead, claimed during the Great Land Run of 1889 and mail ordered from the Sears Catalog. Walk through the homes' original furnishings, one-room schoolhouse, and barn with enclosed windmill and working farm. You'll leave with a new appreciation for the pioneers who settled our nation.
Access state information when you tour Oklahoma City's Oklahoma State Capital. Observe the legislative process, and discover the only capitol building in the world surrounded by working oil wells. On your tour throughout the capitol, you'll see murals and art exhibits. Be sure to visit the tribal flag plaza and pay your respects at the Oklahoma Veterans Memorial, honoring Oklahoman war veterans killed in action.
Tour one of the fastest growing artist communities in Oklahoma City. The Historic Paseo Arts District Spanish village is where more than 60 local artists live, work and sell their original artworks at 17 street galleries. Check out the times for the annual Paseo Arts Festival and the popular Friday Night Gallery Walk.
Discover Oklahoma's pioneer heritage at the historic Stockyards City. The land track once was a public livestock market, today it is the city's western district devoted to everything for the everyday working cowboy and cowgirl. Visit the district to shop for western wear and rustic furniture, and eat a great steak in true country style.