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Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma City Quick Guide

As a popular regional base for many Fortune 500 giants such as AT&T, Oklahoma City seems to have come a long way from its days as a small frontier town. However, for those who live and work here, the spirit and determination of the early pioneers who first settled here is evident in the city's resilience.

Oklahoma City's pride in its heritage is demonstrated by its revitalized downtown, which features many venues that host sports, theatrical and music events, including the Ford Center, Civic Center Music Hall and AT&T Bricktown Park. The city's economy is driven by agriculture, government, livestock, manufacturing, the military and petroleum.

Visitors will find that Oklahoma City's historic sites, exhibits, attractions and frontier spirit appeal to both cowboys and city slickers.

While the city's Municipal Building is where you'll find government officials and agencies, residents are encouraged to contact the Oklahoma City Action Center for help with neighborhood services. The Action Center is located at 200 N. Walker, or call (405) 297-2535 for more information.

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Oklahoma City Shopping and Services

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Where to Go in Oklahoma City

The revitalized and repurposed historic warehouse district known as Bricktown is a shopper's paradise with the beautiful Bricktown Canal as a backdrop. Take a ride on a water taxi, grab a bite to eat at one of 20 or so eateries, or catch a movie at the Hawkins Bricktown Cinema 16.

Check out the flora and fauna at the Myriad Botanical Gardens, a 17-acre park that features a waterfall and sunken lake, or visit the recently renovated Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory.

More solemn, yet beautifully moving, is the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, created to honor the lives lost or forever changed by the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.

Things to Do in Oklahoma City

The sweeping, modern lines and grand architecture of the Oklahoma History Center provide impressive accommodations for archives and exhibits that chronicle the city's Native American heritage through the present day.

The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum stands as a cultural tribute to the Old West, while the similarly themed Frontier City Theme Park pays homage in a more playful, kid-friendly amusement-park setting.

Oklahoma City is also home to the Omniplex, considered by some to be an "amusement park for the mind." Here you'll find the Kirkpatrick Planetarium, the Oklahoma Air and Space Museum, the Science Museum and more. In fact, this unique complex encompasses 10 acres of imagination-stirring attractions.

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