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Not many tourists are familiar with the sights in Oklahoma, but this state is an unsung hero and has more to offer than meets the eye. Having transformed from a warehouse district to the entertainment quarter of the city, Bricktown has all the hottest spots gathered in one place. Whether it’s restaurants, clubs, bars or shopping you’re after, you’ll find it all in this central location, making the area that much easier to navigate – so you don’t have to be a local to have some fun. You should definitely check out some of the following when venturing into this district: the ballpark, a 16-screen movie theater, carriages, Bricktown canal, boat rides… The list goes on!

Whether it’s concerts, basketball games or conferences, the Chesapeake Energy Arena hosts it all. This is the go-to spot for shows that make their stop in Oklahoma City (OKC). Located downtown, this central spot is perfect for touring the city before catching a game or performance.

There’s no better representation of Oklahoma culture than the stockyards. Travel back to the wild, wild West and emerge into a land of cowboys, haystacks and bulls. Get ready to embrace the old Western culture that most people have only seen in movies. From riding horses to watching the rodeo, there are many activities to enjoy here.

On your next visit to Oklahoma City, become one of the 130,000 people that visit the city’s art museum every year. Exhibitions from all over the world display art from a wide variety of cultures, genres, mediums and eras. View a film at the premier cinema located within the museum or enjoy a great view from the rooftop terrace after a tour of the museum itself – there is much to discover within this space.

Take time out of your visit to the city to commemorate those who have sacrificed their lives for others. The National Memorial was built to offer the OKC community a spot where everyone can remember those who fought to protect, serve and honor the nation. The design of the memorial is intriguing and remains imprinted on the minds of all who make their way here.

Another Oklahoma attraction is the OKC Zoo, home to almost 2,000 animals. Particularly impressive residents include lions, tigers, elephants and rhinos, and there are plenty of water-dwelling inhabitants to meet too. But what really makes the zoo stand out is the range of interactive experiences and shows on offer, from rhino and giraffe feedings to twice-daily performances by the sea lions. If you’re feeling lazy wandering around the 140-acre (57ha) site, you can jump on the mini-train for easier access to the animal pens. Food and drinks are available at three stylish restaurants and several cafés.

Named after the father of Oklahoma City, the Overholser Mansion is quite an impressive property. It has become a crucial part of the city’s history over the years and has undergone many restorations to preserve its architectural glory. You can go on a tour and learn more about the family that once lived within the walls. The 20-room Victorian mansion is also said to be haunted. From eerie sounds to faint apparitions, tourists have heard and seen it all!

No educational jaunt through OKC could be complete without a visit to the rather curious Museum of Osteology. For those unfamiliar with the term, osteology is the study of bones. Unleash your inner scientist at one of the largest bone collection exhibits in the country. With over 300 skeletons on display in a 7,000sqft (650sqm) space, there’s so much to learn from the surroundings here.