If you are travelling along I-40, you need to stop and visit Oklahoma City, lovingly known as OKC. If you love beautiful cliffs in a city that remains dotted with some of the most incredible casinos in the region, you will love it in OKC. However, Hotel Planner can help with different variation of Oklahoma City Hotels.

How to reach:

You can reach OKC by travelling along I-40 and I-35N. Reach here on a Friday and get started with a marvelous weekend tour. It is located just three hours away from Dallas, making it easy to enjoy a great weekend here without a jet lag.

Heritage & culture tours on Friday:

*Enjoy an awesome all-American breakfast at your hotel.

*Move out and visit the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Don’t forget to visit the Buffalo Bill Statue. This statue was placed in the museum in 1877 to honor the most iconic western hero, the landscape near statue at Persimmon Hill.

*Enjoy a hearty meal at Cattleman’s Steakhouse. This is the oldest steakhouse in the city. They have served their delicious signature lamb fries to former presidents George H. W. Bush and Ronald Reagan too. Relishing one of their dishes could be one of your best ‘food tours’ along the I40.

*Oklahoma City Museum of Art houses the most elegantly designed glass sculptures in the US. Feel spellbound with the drawings and colorful glass pieces that will mesmerize you with their sheer beauty. The 55-foot Eleanor Blake Kirkpatrick Memorial Tower is located here along with several other works of Dale Chihuly. This is the perfect place for your most liked Instagram-worthy selfie.

Seek some thrill on a Saturday:

*Move out and enjoy a water taxi ride. The Bricktown Canal will provide you the perfect place to hop on these fabulous ferries that will introduce you to the city’s culture and history. Get off at Boathouse District or enjoy a full 40-minute entertaining trip.

*As soon as you complete your trip, move to the Bricktown Entertainment District. Take a pedestrian tour along the Bricktown Canal. Enjoy a sumptuous meal at one of the amazing restaurants in this region. There are many shops in this region and you can have an amazing time here till the end of the day. Dance the night away in the company of locals and fellow tourists in one of the high-energy nightclubs of the region before you go back.

A relaxed Sunday

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*Saturday’s partying may have left you tired on Sunday. Take some time off and relax. Later, grab a Trucker’s Onion Burger. If you have skipped breakfast, then order a triple beef Mother Tucker and enjoy extra meat with perfectly caramelized onions.

*Visit the Myriad Botanical Gardens. The most fascinating sight at this place is the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory. This 224-foot-long bridge is made of translucent panels where you can see thousands of varieties of plants and even waterfalls.

While there is a lot more to explore in the Oklahoma City, this small itinerary will give you a taste of the city’s culture, history, modern initiatives, and art all at once. Don’t wait anymore and plan a trip now.

Tim

Tim

Hi guys! I'm Tim! I'm a bit of a cling-on. I went traveling through my mid to late twenties and I can't quite let go. I traveled all around the world on two different occasions.
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