Things To Do in OKC

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Things to do in January 2018, Professional Bull Riders, Oklahoma City ThunderOklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, and Science Museum Oklahoma.

PRB: Built Ford Tough Series

The PBR (Professional Bull Riders) will buck back into Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in 2018 as the Chesapeake Energy Arena welcomes the elite Built Ford Tough Series (BFTS) Express Employment Professionals Invitational for the 19th consecutive year.

Devon Ice Rink at Myriad Botanical Gardens 2017

It’s the 8th season for the Devon Ice Rink. Enjoy Ice skating in Downtown Oklahoma City. The ice rink is open 7 days a week through January 28. It’s even open on Christmas and New Year’s Days.

Oklahoma City Thunder

Oklahoma’s one and only NBA team, the Thunder, provides high-energy fun when playing a home game at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. Head down to Bricktown before the game to grab dinks and dinner at Red Prime Steakhouse, and take full advantage of a free limo ride to the game, compliments of Red Prime. Don’t miss out on all of the fun during the NBA season. It is truly an unforgettable experience. There are six home games in the month of January.

Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum

The Oklahoma City National Memorial is a place of reflection on the ground where the Murrah Building once stood. The bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah building on April 19, 1995 greatly affected the hearts and lives of Oklahomans. This memorial serves as a place of remembrance for those lost, but never forgotten. The Oklahoma City Memorial Museum welcomes you to learn about that April 19th and the days, weeks, months and years that followed the bombing. Tickets for the museum can be purchased online.


Science Museum Oklahoma

Explore a world of discovery at Science Museum Oklahoma. With exhibits such as CurioCity, Science Live, Smart Space Gallery, the aviation exhibit, and a breath-taking planetarium, this museum has something to offer the whole family. Learn about the history and evolution of aviation, complete with life-size artifacts such as a 1946 Stinson Voyager and a mint condition Mong Sport. Witness explosions in right in front of you at the Science Live show, or blast off on an actual mission in the Mercury.


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By SarthakDudhara, Dec. 18, 2017, 10:59 a.m.

nice compilation..

By Laura McCoy, May 25, 2016, 7:32 p.m.

Very Very Neat

By Laura McCoy, May 25, 2016, 7:31 p.m.

Very neat!