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Founded in 1889 as part of the land rush, this former frontier-town has come a long way since its hasty beginnings. The newly renovated Brickhouse district is where the young, hip crowd goes to let off steam and the older, professional crowd goes for a nice night on the town. If you like museums, the Chihuly glass collection at the Oklahoma City ... Read more
Art Museum is second-to-none. The Myriad Gardens are an impressive feat of nature, a 7-story urban botanical garden that rivals central park for lushness and beauty.

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Head to Oklahoma in the early fall when the warm days of summer are still hanging on despite the brisk smell of winter in the air. By November, the summer heat has cooled off significantly, but if you’re here ... Read more
earlier in the season, you might still get daytime temperatures in the 80s and low 90s (26-33). Summers can get hot quite hot and humid -- though you’ll likely enjoy plenty of sun and lower airfare -- while winters are cool with intermittent warm spells that come in to cheer everybody up. Spring is also not a bad time to visit: you might encounter rain, hail and even tornadoes, but for the most part, the weather is pleasant.

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Oklahoma City reviews

  • 9.8
    Adventure Travellers
  • 9.7
    Family Travellers
  • 9.0
    History Buffs
  • 7.9
    Business Travellers
  • 7.9
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Amarillo

I was here for a wedding and stayed at a motel. What I saw of the city was nice, the people are friendly and helpful. I would definitely visit Oklahoma City again.

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Atlanta

I love it here. I vist here every year and I always can't wait to come back next year.

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Local from Oklahoma City

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Local from Oklahoma City

Bricktown is the iconic okc that everyone knows. Home to the okc Thunder, the river walk, and many iconic eating/nightlife spots, you won't be short of things to do. My personal favorite is murphy's.

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Disney

Just 2.5 hours from OKC, our lake house offers the perfect getaway for a weekend or a week!

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at service king, car body service through geico, they are pretty damn slow, but everything has been pretty good other than that

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Nashville

Oklahoma city is a cool blend of big city and western culture. Most of the cities entertaining areas are all within walking distance of each other and offer a pretty nice selection of interesting bars and restaurants.

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Denver

My hometown. I have very fond memories of OKC. Although I was not born here I was raised in Oklahoma City and will always think of it as home.

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Local from Oklahoma City

When I first moved to OKC about 6-7 years ago, I wasn't impressed. But during that time, I've seen growth and promise. If this continues, OKC could be a prime destination. There's good, unique food, diverse local and national shopping chains and growing entertainment opportunities.

Foodies- Check out the food truck scene. Some of OKC's best delights moves around the city on wheels.

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.

Beware nightlife lovers- Oklahoma Liquor laws are very 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 serve expensive watered down mixed drinks.

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Local from Oklahoma City

The Red Earth Festival is a 3 day event filled with Indian dancers, Native American storytelling and exhibits. This event gives families and travelers the opportunity to immerse themselves in a fun, exhilarating atmosphere.
The Red Earth Festival has grown into one of the largest Native American visual and performing arts events of its type in the world. It happens every June.
It includes a juried fine art competition for adults, an art market, Youth Art Competition, dance performances, cultural and educational activities and a downtown parade.

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