From museums to immersive arts experiences, Oklahoma City’s arts scene is getting better and better. Check out all that’s available, including the history of some the city’s arts destinations in this newly published in-depth story.
There are plenty of fish in Oklahoma’s lakes and the state wildlife department wants you to catch them all (except they’re real, not like Pokemon). See how the first year of the Oklahoma Fishing Trail campaign went and learn why you might want to head out on it soon.
Leave your kids at home, grab your friends and head to the Oklahoma City Zoo for some socially-distant drinking and learning. The zoo’s Sip and Stroll is happening every Thursday. Learn more about the event.
If you’re a fan of bright colors and air-conditioned spaces, then the Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s current exhibition is a must-see. Read about “Pop Power” and make plans to go see it soon.
Myriad Gardens has moved its popular Sonic Summer Movie Nights to the Great Lawn at Scissortail Park. This means more room for watching films and dining on food truck fare. Find out more about this weekly event.
If you’ve memorized the sites around your neighborhood, check out one of the city’s trails. There are more than 80 miles, perfect for a bicycle adventure. See where you can go now and what’s to come.
The OKC Streetcar is an air-conditioned mode of transportation that will get you to many destinations around downtown. And the best part is you can ride for free now if you park in certain garages. Learn about EMBARK’s new park and ride program.