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Oklahoma City attractions and places to visit:
Bricktown Entertainment District Just East of Downtown OKC, known as Oklahoma City's hottest destination for crowd-pleasing entertainment, rousing nightlife and fashionable dining, the popular Bricktown Entertainment District serves up endless action within the city's revitalized downtown warehouse district. Park the car and wander along the district's charming brick-lined streets, take in all the sights from a water taxi on the winding Bricktown Canal, catch a movie at Harkins Theatre, or dance the night away at Bricktown hot spots such as Coyote Ugly Saloon and TapWerks.
When hunger strikes, grab a bite to eat at some of Oklahoma City's finest dining establishments. Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse and Kd's Southern Cuisine serve up exquisite entrees and celebrity sightings, while Jazmo'z Bourbon Street Cafe and Chelino's Mexican Restaurant offer outdoor seating overlooking the bustling activity along the canal.
Country music fans will go crazy for the homestyle food and atmosphere of Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill. Order up flash-fried catfish, a fried bologna sandwich, or some of the best chicken fried steak and Southern sweet tea in the state. Offering an abundance of variety, the Bricktown Entertainment District also features a winery, dueling piano bar and an upscale bowling alley, ensuring you'll never get bored while in "The Brick."

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Meuseum
620 N Harvey OKC
One of the city's most notable destinations, the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum stands as a celebrated example of a living monument to honor those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever by the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The Memorial & Museum are dedicated to educating visitors about the impact of violence, informing about events surrounding the bombing, and inspiring hope and healing through lessons learned by those affected. Guests will be one of the millions of visitors from across the world forever changed by what they see and learn here.

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
1700 NE 63rd OKC
Settled by pioneers during the 1889 Land Run, home to former cattle trails and cattle ranches, and the birthplace of countless Western film stars, musicians and entertainers, Oklahoma is a can't-miss stop in cowboy country. To witness the saga of the American cowboy come to life, visit the acclaimed National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City and celebrate the city's proud Western roots. This internationally renowned museum, home to the prestigious Prix de West art exhibition, inspires visitors with an astonishing array of Western art, American Indian and frontier artifacts, galleries filled with Western firearms and even a fully constructed turn-of-the-century cattle town. Don't miss the works by master Western artists Charles Russell or Frederic Remington, and stand before the iconic, 18-foot tall "End of the Trail" sculpture, which has come to symbolize the plight of the American Indian along the Trail of Tears.
Oklahoma City Zoo
2000 Remington Place, Oklahoma City, OK 73111
Embrace your wild side and enter a world of untamed adventure at the Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Garden, rated one of the top three family-friendly zoos in the nation. Explore the zoo's grand elephant habitat and snap a shot of the Asian elephant calf Achara, born in 2014, or hone your instincts while watching tigers and lions gracefully stalk through their habitats. The Oklahoma City Zoo is also known for its widely popular Great EscApe exhibit, which rewards visitors with up-close vantage points of mighty gorillas, playful chimpanzees and spry orangutans. Children are in for a treat when they visit the hugely popular Children's Zoo, which features interactive touch areas, flamingos, climbing areas and even spider monkeys.
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