Explore OKCís districts
From arts to adventure, food to fun, start the new year off by exploring Oklahoma City’s unique districts.
Adventure District – Looking for family fun? This is the place! The OKC Zoo, Science Museum Oklahoma and more call the Adventure District home.
Arts District & Film Row – Spend some time here for unique street galleries, the OKC Museum of Art and host of up-and-coming restaurants and fun nightlife.
Asian District – Near 23rd and Classen, the district includes a host of Asian restaurants, grocery stores and shops.
Automobile Alley – Just north of downtown you’ll find local dining, shops and more. Fun fact: this area was home to Oklahoma City’s car dealerships in the 1920s.
Boathouse District – The best in outdoor recreation including miles of trails, canoeing, paddle boarding and the 80ft. Sandridge Sky Trail.
Bricktown – This former warehouse district is home to Oklahoma city’s hottest bars and entertainment venues.
City Center/Downtown – The center for business in OKC, jump on the streetcar and explore museums, restaurants and Scissortail Park.
Deep Deuce – It’s history anchored in jazz music, Deep Deuce is just north of Bricktown.
Midtown – Located near historic neighborhoods, Midtown features unique restaurants and fun shops.
Paseo Arts District – With its Spanish-revival architecture, Paseo is home to working artist studios, galleries, shops and a variety of unique restaurants.
Plaza District – Swing by for Live on the Plaza when galleries, shops and restaurants are open late. You might even catch some street performers and a food truck or two.
Stockyards City – Grab a great steak, pick yourself up some new western wear and catch some local music.
Uptown 23rd – The historic Tower Theatre is located in Uptown, along with locally owned restaurants and shops.
Western Avenue – Wander along Western and stop in the eclectic art galleries, bars and restaurants.