Pedal boats, a Farmers Market and a tropical conservatory are just a few reasons to head downtown and check out the luscious Scissortail Park and Myriad Gardens. See what is currently available to do and what’s to reopen soon at these downtown oases.
When you spend those dollar bills in Oklahoma City, you’re supporting city services. So shopping local is highly important here. Read more about why shopping in the city is helpful.
Need to get out of your house? There are finally places to go! Check out what attractions are open and make plans to visit.
If you’re itching to get out of your house and explore your new city, we’d encourage you to check out the Paseo Arts District. The historic district is tucked inside the Paseo neighborhood and offers plenty to see. Read more about the district and get ready to mark some dates on your calendar.
On May 1, restaurants were allowed to reopen and some certainly have, of course while following guidelines to keep you healthy. Take another look at our restaurant list to see where you might able to sit down at someone else’s table for a meal.
It’s that time of the year when the fresh produce is plentiful. Many local farmers are ready for you to take it off their hands. Read this rundown of the metro’s farmers markets then head out to get some goods.
If you’re looking to grow your Christian faith, reconnect to your Jewish heritage or explore other spiritual options, there are plenty of places to do so in the city. Learn more about the city’s religious diversity.
The virtual Love Local Run on Saturday is a win-win of awesome things. You’ll get some exercise and your $20 comes back to you in the form of a gift card to an Oklahoma City business. Read more about the event and get registered.