Moore Vacations

As part of the popular destination city of Oklahoma City, Moore has much to offer visitors. The center of Oklahoma City is only 9 miles (14 kilometers) away and Will Rogers World Airport is located 7 miles (11 kilometers) to the southwest of Moore.

Moore is a great place to stay in Oklahoma City as a large number of the area’s main attractions are within easy driving distance. Two of the places not to miss are the marvelous Andy Alligators Fun Park and the remarkable Tinker Air Force Base. Two other popular spots you’ll find within a short distance of Moore are Sooner Mall and the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.

Be sure to visit some of the nearby museums and galleries, which help make the area such a unique vacation destination. Visit some of the interesting artistic and historic collections including the American Banjo Museum. Book in for a live show at the Civic Center Music Hall and Stage Center. The area is a great destination for those who love art. Visit the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.

When it’s time to take a break from the noisy streets of Oklahoma City, head to the nearby green spaces. Visitors of all ages love to visit places like the Myriad Botanical Gardens. There is a charming atmosphere here as well as well-tended garden beds and trees.

After spending the day seeing the sights around Moore, relax for the night in one of the area’s popular hotels or serviced apartments. Check out the rooms, rates and amenities at the Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel, the Bricktown Hotel & Convention Center, or the Americas Best Value Inn Oklahoma City/I-35 South.

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