Living in Oklahoma City, OK
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Harkin Movie Theater
Mama Roja Mexican Kitchen
Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City
Curious Organism Abstract Sculpture
Elephant Walk at the Oklahoma City Zoo
Route 66 Roadside Attraction
Shopping Center at Bricktown Canal
Oklahoma State Capitol
The city's western charm wrangled one of the biggest downtown revitalizations in the nation. Oklahoma City boasts major metropolitan attractions; including the Bricktown Entertainment District, Ford Center event venue, and a list of museums, including the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
Oklahoma City is so big it has three Nicknames; the OKC, The City, and The Big Friendly. Over a million people call the city home, making it the largest city in Oklahoma and the 31st largest city in the nation. "The City" might have gone "Big City" but the low traffic congestion and affordable cost of living makes it "the city that has it all." Resident's enjoy big city amenities with small town quality- of- life pleasures.
The city is the place to saddle up to some fun at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Learn about Oklahoma heritage at the State Capital and the History Center. Find family adventure at Frontier City and the OKC Zoo. Go green at the Myriad Botanical Gardens and cultural at the Philharmonic Orchestra and the Oklahoma City Ballet. Catch lighting with the Oklahoma City Thunder and fame at the Softball Hall of Fame.
Oklahomans' charm puts the friendly in the city slogan, "The Big Friendly." Residents are genuinely warm and friendly people with spirit and pride. Oklahomans' will entertain over a million visitors this year in the city that has it all!