Must-See Sites in Oklahoma City, OK
Like most towns with their iconic attractions, Oklahoma City also boasts its best. When you are here and looking for the best spots to see, especially when you are on a tight schedule, try the following first. More about Oklahoma City, OK can be seen here.
Bricktown is a fantastic example of a successful urban renewal project, and it is also the city’s premier entertainment hub. It was once abandoned red-brick warehouses, converted into restaurants, funky shops, attractions, and entertainment venues. Besides enjoying dining opportunities and fabulous shopping, you can also catch a basketball or baseball game at the sporting venues and even attend a concert. Click here to read about Oklahoma City, OK is a Nature Wonder-World.
State Capitol is the top seat of government for Oklahoma City. The building was designed and built between 1914 and 1917 with a classic Greco-Roman structure with a great Indiana limestone exterior and an Oklahoma pink and black granite base. Guided and self-guided tours are available daily.
Oklahoma City National Memorial
The City National Memorial is an outdoor memorial as a tribute to the survivors, victims, others affected by the events and rescuers of April 19, 1995, when terrorists bombed Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The reflecting pool and field of empty chairs have become well-known symbols of the city, and visitors can walk through the solemn setting.