No soda connoisseur can be a true soda connoisseur until they’ve been to POPS. Located on scenic Route 66 and lined from wall to wall with colorful bottles of more kinds of soda than you probably thought existed.
Every year, thousands of travelers start their trek across the iconic and historic Route 66. Covering nearly 2500 miles of land across seven states, Route 66 is widely considered to be a pilgrimage for any and all road trip enthusiasts.
Do you love live music? Odds are you do—after all, you’re living in the city that’s been proven to love live music more than any other across the country.
Among local favorite museums is the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. The largest art museum in the entire state, the OKCMOA boasts a permanent collection of countless pieces of art, a film program with its own theater, and is constantly getting the best of the best in traveling exhibitions.
We stand in an era of unprecedented growth, but new residents may not know how the decisions of Oklahoma City voters led us to this path.
In 2001, the MAPS for Kids program was established when Oklahoma City voters approved a new tax to fund public schools. The seven year temporary sales tax, combined with a bond issue, raised $700 million to fund transportation, technology and construction projects for the benefit of Oklahoma City’s public school students.
The huge success of previous MAPS projects led to a vote in late 2009 that approved of a one-cent sales tax to pay for debt-free projects that improve our quality of life.