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Oklahoma is a big city with a small-town vibe. Infused with a deep-rooted Southern charm it’s packed with attractions for art enthusiasts, history buffs, nature lovers, foodies, and music fans. So, dust off your Stetson - Oklahoma City here we come!

The Bricktown District is the city's main entertainment area. This revitalized downtown warehouse suburb is now home to an eclectic mix of shops, the best restaurants, bars, and interesting venues. Stroll through the rustic brick-lined streets, or take in the sights by water taxi on the winding Bricktown Canal. Here you will find the American Banjo Museum and the Centennial Land Run Monument, which commemorates the state’s historic settlers. With plenty of boutique hotels nearby, Bricktown is the perfect location for travellers. The Oklahoma City National Memorial honours the 168 people killed in the 1995 domestic terrorist bombing at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The peaceful Reflecting Pool and Field of Empty Chairs are symbols of the city’s strength and tenacity. The Myriad Botanical Gardens in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City contains lush landscapes and is a beloved urban paradise for locals and tourists alike. The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory has waterfalls, orchids, palm trees; the garden's crowning jewel is the flight of beautiful butterflies that swirls overhead. To get your fix of the historic Wild West head to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and the Rodeo Hall of Fame. The Oklahoma City Stockyards, with outdoor cattle pens filled for auctions every Monday and Tuesday, is the best place to view the modern-day cowboy at work. The Science Museum Oklahoma, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Museum of Osteology (if you want to look at the bones of hundreds of animals), and the Oklahoma History Center offer first-class exhibits for the more culturally inclined visitor. While the Frontier City, with its Wild West-themed rides and shooting galleries, and the Hurricane Harbor Water Park, provide thrill-seeking temptations for the more adventurous kind. At the end of your busy day head back to Bricktown to dine at one of Oklahoma City’s finest dining establishments that include Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse and Jazmo’z Bourbon Street Café. Or you can dance the night away at the Coyote Ugly Saloon or relax with a locally brewed beer at one of the Bricktown's many piano bars.

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