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Where to stayin Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City offers a pleasant mix of Old West history, modern culture, outdoor activities, and flavorful dining. Find great spots around the city for your interests. Book a hotel downtown to visit numerous museums or arrange accommodations in suburban neighborhoods for parks, casinos, and even more specialty museums and cultural attractions. No matter where you stay, the blend of old and new in Oklahoma's capital will provide ample opportunities to create a perfect itinerary for an unforgettable vacation.

Great Neighborhoods for Culture

Book a hotel in Downtown Oklahoma City for wide-ranging cultural and historic sites including the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, and Chesapeake Energy Arena, where the OKC Thunder plays NBA basketball. Stockyards City has Western shops and historic artifacts. Nearby Bricktown is a great place to stay to visit the American Banjo Museum. Consider hotels in Edmond for the Armstrong Auditorium; Shawnee for the Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Center, Mabee-Gerrer Museum, and several casinos; or Yukon for the Czech Hall, which is known for Czech-focused cultural activities.

Downtown Oklahoma City

Downtown Oklahoma City is a destination visitors seek out for is abundant dining options, live music, and important monuments. You might want to check out attractions like Chesapeake Energy Arena or Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum while you're exploring the neighborhood.

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Bricktown

Travelers come to Bricktown for its abundant dining options, and you can see top attractions like Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark and American Banjo Museum while you're in town.

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Where to Stay for Families

Families will find plenty to do while staying in and around Oklahoma City. A few miles north and perfect for a brief history lesson is the State Capitol, with impressive columns and a huge dome. Hotels in Moore are great for viewing the Museum of Osteology's 350 animal skeletons. Bricktown is a good place to stay to see baseball at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. To watch the Sooners play NCAA football at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, stay in Norman. This is also the best neighborhood for visiting the National Weather Museum and Science Center and Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, which is filled with dinosaurs.

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Best Areas to Stay for Outdoor Activities

Central Oklahoma City is a great place to stay for enjoying the pretty blossoms and lovely scents of the Myriad Botanical Gardens. Exciting activities happen at nearby Scissortail Park. Walk across the Skydance Bridge, inspired by a scissor-tailed flycatcher. Book a hotel in nearby Bricktown to enjoy a canal cruise or go boating in the Boathouse District on the Oklahoma River. West of the city, Yukon hotels are convenient for accessing Chisholm Trail Park's trails, ponds, and picnic areas. Stay in Bethany for birdwatching, sailing, fishing, and picnicking at Lake Hefner and its shoreline parks. A few miles east are the garden and arboretum of Will Rogers Gardens, established nearly 100 years ago. Del City is a good spot to stay to play golf.

Bricktown

Travelers come to Bricktown for its abundant dining options, and you can see top attractions like Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark and American Banjo Museum while you're in town.

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