Whether you are seeking thrills or looking for entertainment for the whole family, Oklahoma’s only theme park, Frontier City is the perfect place for all of the above. This western-themed amusement park offers roller coasters, water rides, kid’s rides, and multiple shows, concerts, and eateries. Enjoy Frontier City’s 2017 season with rides like the Silver Bullet and spectacles such as the famous Wild West Gunfighters Stunt Show! Do not miss out on all the fun. Plan your adventure today.
Who says you can’t drink and exercise at the same time? Bricktown Bike Bar offers a fun and unique way to go out on the town. With a maximum capacity of 16 riders, you can take advantage of Oklahoma’s spring weather by taking this party bike on a pre-designed tour of Bricktown and the downtown Oklahoma City area or by customizing your own route. So, enjoy OKC’s nightlife from a different perspective with Bricktown Bike Bar.
One of the more fun and most health conscious ways to explore the Oklahoma City metro area is by visiting a Spokies station kiosk. Spokies is the only bike share program in Oklahoma City. With eight Spokies station kiosks located throughout the metro, you are able to bike around town by yourself, or with a friend, enjoying the sites and the weather. In order to use a Spokies bicycle, simply visit one of their eight kiosks around town and use your credit card to unlock a bicycle. Ride times begin at $3.50 per half hour, if you do not wish to purchase a 2-day, monthly, or annual bike pass.
Plan your visit. The Zoo is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is a fully accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the American Alliance of Museums as both a living museum and a botanical garden with world-class habitats; a diverse animal collection of 1,400 species; a new, state-of-the-art animal hospital; and a membership base of more than 28,000. The Oklahoma City Zoo participates in numerous cooperative Species Survival Plan projects and is dedicated to the conservation of rare and endangered wildlife.
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.
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
Simulator with Destination Space. The sky’s the limit when it comes to learning at SMO.