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From western charm and lively atmosphere make Oklahoma City the perfect getaway for the visitors. With an abundance of cultural arts, outdoor adventures, sporting events, and a host of family-friendly activities, Oklahoma City offers something for everyone. You can plan anything here from Corporate Travel, Group Travel, Bachelor/ette Party, Wedding, Convention, Trade Show, Emergency Evacuation, Political Campaign, School Field Trip, Airport Transportation and Religious Conventions.
The Bricktown, an early-day warehouse district has been transformed as the fastest growing entertainment district in the Southwest. Just east of downtown, the area is home to a mile-long riverwalk-style canal, AAA baseball stadium, shopping and some of the city’s best restaurants and most active night clubs. Brick town has something for everyone. The Ford Center is a new Arena that plays host to major regional sporting events, top concerts and minor league hockey.
The city’s western, pioneer spirit can most easily be seen in some of Oklahoma City’s top attractions, like the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Remington Park Race Track, Stockyards City, Frontier City Theme Park, and the Red Earth Indian Center. Home to the world’s largest stocker/feeder livestock market, Stockyards City is the "genuine article," with cowboys and ranchers bringing in cattle from all over to be sold at auction. When the trading is over, have a hearty meal of steak, eggs, and biscuits at Cattlemen's Steakhouse, the oldest restaurant in Oklahoma City. There are also many western wear and cowboy specialty shops lining the streets, or you can pick up a watercolor or sculpture from a master Native American artist at one of the fine art galleries.
On the north side of downtown you will find the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum. This stunning tribute pays honor to the victims of the 1995 terrorist bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The outdoor memorial features 168 chairs, symbolizing the lives lost. Inside the museum highlights the story of the tragedy and the impact of terror.
Oklahoma City’s Adventure District is the center of family fun starting with the Omniplex, seven museums and numerous galleries all housed under one very large roof. The science museum is a perfect place for kids to explore, and with more than 300 hands-on exhibits. A visit to the Omniplex wouldn’t be complete without a stop at the Red Earth Indian Center, the Air Space Museum, the International Photography Hall of Fame, Kirkpatrick Planetarium, the Gardens and Greenhouse, or the Omni Dome, a 70-mm IWERKS theatre. Next stop in the adventure district is Frontier City, a western-style theme park sure to get your adrenaline racing. And then there is the Oklahoma City Zoo.
If events, entertainment and recreation are more to your liking, then you will love Oklahoma City. From concerts at the Ford Center, Civic Center Music Hall or Zoo Amphitheatre to the Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra, Ballet Oklahoma, and Broadway shows at Lyric Theatre, there is something for everyone.
Oklahoma City is known as the "horse show capitol of the world," hosting more major horse shows than any other city. Nearly every week at State Fair Park there are hundreds of horse trailers carrying Morgans, Quarter horses, Arabians and Reining horses. Each of these events, along with the Spring Festival of the Arts, bi-annual Affair of the Heart, and annual State Fair of Oklahoma bring together food and entertainment for a unique experience.
Beautiful lakes, parks and championship golf courses and top notch tennis facilities also await the outdoor enthusiast. For easier, safe and comfortable transportation, take any from the Charter Buses, Mini Buses, School Buses, Party Buses, Entertainer, Limousines, Limo Buses, Hummers, and SUVs.