Oklahoma City’s history was shaped by cowboy culture and that culture is still alive and well today. You can experience it for yourself at Stockyards City, just a few miles southwest of downtown OKC.
From upscale to accessible, contemporary to classic, Oklahoma City’s Western Avenue district has something for everyone.
You probably know that there was a huge air show on the west side of OKC a few weeks ago. You may even know that it was held at Tinker Air Force Base. But how did OKC become home to one of America’s most important Air Force installations?
There’s nothing that says “Americana” quite like a parade, and we have several really good ones that celebrate America’s birthday in the heart of the four-oh-five.
It’s no secret that Oklahoma City’s central location is one of the many advantages of living here, especially during vacation season.
As one of the state’s biggest employment generators, Oklahoma City and the aviation and aerospace defense industry go hand in hand.
Oklahoma City’s impact on aviation is nothing new – in fact, the industry is embedded in our DNA. Less than 20 years after Oklahoma City was settled during the Land Run of 1889, pioneering individuals were pushing the boundaries of aviation and bringing what was then a new form of transportation to the Sooner State.