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From exciting theme parks to beautiful Bricktown, Oklahoma City offers a lot of great opportunities and interesting attractions to see when you travel here. We’ve put together a list of things to do when you visit to the state capitol… Check it out…

1. Oklahoma City National Memorial

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“We come here to remember those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever. May all who leave here know the impact of violence. May this memorial offer comfort, strength, peace, hope and serenity.”

2. Myriad Botanical Gardens

 Bird of Paradiseflickr: allisonmeier
Myriad Botanical Gardens includes 15 acres of natural beauty in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City.

3. Chesapeake Energy Arena

 A Look Around Chesapeake Energy Arenaflickr: Philadelphia 76ers
“Whether it’s the action of an NBA basketball game, or the excitement of a live concert or world-class event, more than 1 million guests create memories each year at Chesapeake Energy Arena.” Home of the Oklahoma City Thunder since 2008.

4. Museum of Osteology

 10405-BoneMuseum-20120829-HDRflickr: tr.robinson
With more than 300 skeletons on display, The Museum of Osteology is a one-of-a-kind experience in America.

5. Frontier City and White Water Bay

 DSC_0955-2flickr: natalie419
Frontier City is a theme park that includes thrill rides such as the seven-story, steel-looping Brain Drain, water rides and concerts. “White Water Bay is the largest water adventure park in Oklahoma with over 30 rides, slides, pools and activities.”

6. Oklahoma City Zoo

 Snake Eyeflickr: Care_SMC
“There’s more to see from A-Z at the Zoo.” Oklahoma City Zoo has a diverse animal collection of 1,900 species.

7. Science Museum Oklahoma

 IMG_0295flickr: Wesley Fryer
“By revealing the wonder and relevance of science, Science Museum Oklahoma inspires young people to pursue science careers, and influence how Oklahomans learn about science.” Founded in 1958.

8. Oklahoma History Center

 Sonic Neon Signflickr: KB35
“An architectural masterpiece, a decade in the making, the Oklahoma History Center is an 18-acre, 215,000-square-foot learning center exploring Oklahoma’s unique history of geology, transportation, commerce, culture, aviation, heritage and more.”

9. Bricktown

 Bricktown Fountain at Nightflickr: rkrichardson
Bricktown, which was once a warehouse and distribution district, is now a thriving entertainment district with more than 45 restaurants, bars, clubs, shops, museums and galleries.

10. Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

 His & Hersflickr: BaronBrian
The museum has a “remarkable collection of antique fire apparatus and equipment dating back to the mid-1700s.”

11. Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark

 Mantelflickr: KellyK
Home of the Oklahoma City Dodgers, a Triple-A Affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

12. National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum


Outside the museumflickr: Marcin Wichary
“The West of the old times, with its strong characters, its stern battles and its tremendous stretches of loneliness, can never be blotted from my mind.” – Buffalo Bill Cody

13. Cox Convention Center


Moonflickr: H.L.I.T.
15,000-seat arena for concerts, conventions and sporting events.

14. Oklahoma City Museum of Art


hall of chihulyflickr: eschipul
“The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is the namesake visual arts organization of Oklahoma City.” The 110,000-square-foot museum is in “the heart of downtown and is an anchor for a growing cultural district of the greater metropolitan area.”

15. Lake Hefner and Lake Stanley Draper

 
East Wharf - Lake Hefner - Oklahoma Cityflickr: fireboat895
More than 9 miles of bicycle trails, a golf course, fishing piers and great sailing.

16. Oklahoma Railway Museum


Kids had a great time at the Day Out with Thomas yesterday.flickr: SmartGoat
Admission is free to the outdoor museum. Click here to purchase tickets for train rides.

17. Gold Dome


Moderno 029flickr: maduko
The Gold Dome was the fifth geodesic dome in the world when it was built in 1958 on Route 66.

18. Pops


POPS Bottlesflickr: DHPersonal
Just outside of OKC is a landmark soda shop on Route 66. More than 600 types of soda available.

19. Casinos


Hard Rock Casinoflickr: tedmurphy
A little bit of Vegas in mid-America: Riverwind Casino, Newcastle Casino, Remington Park, and Grand Casino.

So you can see that OKC offers a lot of fun and interesting things to do. If you’re ready to dive into Oklahoma City, call us today at 1-888-987-8233. We’ll find you a great assignment nearby.

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