You finally have the chance to meet the Internet sensation, Tim the Security Guard at #HashtagTheCowboy. And there’s a new place for your little cowpokes to run around. Check out what else there is to do at the reopened museum.
Need to get out of your house? There are finally places to go! Check out what attractions are open and make plans to visit.
There is no lack of creativity in this crazy time. Our small businesses and attractions are showing what makes this city amazing virtually. From live concerts to collection tours, see what you can see this week.
If you’re taking the week off to hang with your kiddos during spring break, we hope you’ll stay in town explore all those things you can’t seem to get to on the weekend. From a new arts center to roller coasters, there’s plenty to keep you and your family busy. Read more about some of the new activities being offered during break.
New 'AudaCity' podcast: COOP Ale Works/Daniel Mercer int., springtime favs, museum exhibitions, more
On location at COOP Ale Works, episode 10 features an interview with Co-Founder Daniel Mercer where we hear about their history and plans for the 23rd St. Armory project and more. We also talk museum exhibitions, development, restaurants and OKC springtime favorites.
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is a gem of Oklahoma City and a must-visit destination if you have never been (or even if you have been several times).
Ready, set, play! Just 10 minutes from downtown Oklahoma City and a few minutes north of the state capitol you’ll find Science Museum Oklahoma — eight acres of hands-on exhibits, thousands of historical artifacts, daily interactive science shows and live presentations in the Kirkpatrick Planetarium, exquisite gardens, one of the largest art galleries in the state, and programs for all ages — all under one roof and always with something new to discover!
The most comprehensive collection of Andy Warhol's love of the Western genre is visiting Oklahoma City
Warhol and the West will be on display at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum through Sunday, May 10.