June is one of the busiest months of the year in OKC. Annual events like the deadCenter Film Festival, NCAA Softball Championships, Red Earth and Prix de West draw some of the biggest crowds of the year.
The most American pastime just got a little more collegiate with the return to Oklahoma City of the 2018 Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship, May 23-27 at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.
Oklahoma’s connection to the days of wagon trains and cattle drives is undeniable and there’s no better place to relive that part of Oklahoma’s past than the annual Chuck Wagon Festival at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
So you just moved to Oklahoma City and now friends and family want to come visit you in your new hometown, what next?
Visitors are always surprised about the metro’s combination of art, history, entertainment, food and nightlife and more. Here are some must-visit places in America’s best-kept secret in tourism.
In early 2015, the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum reopened its facilities with 35 new interactive exhibits, hundreds of never-before-seen artifacts and thousands of video and oral histories.