Welcome to Oklahoma City, the largest one in the state of Oklahoma, which also happens to be its capital. This gorgeous city ranks as the 27th most densely populated city in the US. It also acts as a primary travel corridor to Texas and Mexico.
There is much to see and do in the city that’s home to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, located in The Donald W. Reynolds Visual Arts Center. The museum has the world’s most comprehensive collection of Chihuly glass.Also in the museum's atrium, the 55-foot Eleanor Blake Kirkpatrick Memorial Tower resides, which is worth a look. The Civic Center Music Hall plays host to the opera, ballet and philharmonic performances as well as a variety of broadway shows and concerts.
The city tour includes visiting various theaters such as Jewel Box Theatre, Lyric Theatre and the Poteet Theatre. The Science Museum Oklahoma houses the International Photography Hall of Fame (IPHF) which regularly hosts photographic and artifact related exhibitions. Other museums include the Museum of Osteology, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, the Oklahoma City National Memorial, the American Banjo Museum and the Oklahoma History Center.
Museums aside, Oklahoma City is also very well known for its landmarks, one of which is the Crystal Bridge located at the Myriad Botanical Gardens. Then there is the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden which is host to many natural habitats. The summer season witnesses a lot of concerts in this area as well.
There is plenty to do for kids too in Oklahoma city, thanks to grand amusement parks, namely the White Water Bay and Frontier City theme park. Remington Park is a horse racetrack and casino theme park which runs all year round. With the Oklahoma City Limo service, you and your kids won’t miss a thing when it comes to the best family spots in the city. Get in touch with us at (405) 455-8094 to reserve a limo for your grand tour.
There are famous lakes and rivers in the city too such as Lake Hefner, Lake Stanley Draper, Lake Overholser and the Oklahoma River. Oklahoma City is surrounded by ever lush greenery as the entire sea shore is covered with trails and parks. The idea is to promote park activities and a healthy lifestyle. There is a park where you can let your dog roam freely. More or less, there’s a major park in almost every quadrant of the city. Famous parks include Lincoln Park, Will Rogers Park, Martin Park Nature Center, Trosper Park and Woodson Park.
There is an entire entertainment district situated at the east side of Oklahoma City. There are several attractions there such as the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, the 16-screen Harkins movie theatre and the navigable Bricktown Canal. There are a number of murals and public sculptures, one of the most important one being the Oklahoma Land Run. Once a year in the summer season, Bricktown hosts the Bricktown Art Festival.
There are a number of ancient structures that you can enjoy including the Overholser Mansion. It’s a beautifully exquisite mansion built in the early 1900s, houses 20 rooms and made entirely from bricks and stones. The mansion has had a long history of hosting social events up until the 1950s and is currently under the ownership of the state.
Oklahoma city is home to many old and beautiful churches like the St. Joseph Old Cathedral. Other older establishments include the Historic Harn Homestead Museum. It has everything you might want to know about the history of Oklahoma and also hosts some of the most oldest and most unique artifacts from the city’s past.
Don’t hesitate to call us today at (405) 455-8094 to book your limo city tour.