Oklahoma City gives a whole new meaning to the term centrally located. Oklahoma is in the center of the U.S., Oklahoma City is in the center of Oklahoma, and downtown Oklahoma City is in the center of it all. The Heartland Flyer will carry you right into downtown Oklahoma City and its adjoining Bricktown Entertainment District.  

What was once a busy warehouse area, Bricktown is Oklahoma City's hottest entertainment and dining district. With dozens of restaurants, nightlife and a generous helping of turn-of-the-century charm, Bricktown offers visitors a variety of activities in downtown Oklahoma City. Enjoy a stroll along the mile-long Bricktown Canal, take a cruise on a Bricktown Water Taxi or cheer on the Oklahoma City RedHawks at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.  

On the other side of downtown is the Myriad Botanical Gardens and Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory. It is an urban recreation wonderland, complete with a restaurant, interactive water features, a new children's garden, dog release area and grand event lawn. A few blocks north of the Myriad Botanical Gardens are the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum.  

Beyond downtown, Oklahoma City has even more to explore. Head out to the Adventure District, home to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, the Oklahoma City Zoo and Science Museum Oklahoma. Or if it's art you're looking for, the Paseo Arts District is the place for you. Whatever your reason for visiting, Oklahoma City has something for you.

Attractions

OKLAHOMA CITY NATIONAL MEMORIAL

620 N. Harvey
Oklahoma City, OK 73101
(405) 235-3313
Memorial for the 168 individuals killed in the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995.

OKLAHOMA CITY BRICKTOWN

Located on the eastern border of downtown and is accessible from I-40, I-35 and I-235. Restored entertainment district featuring restaurants, night clubs, shopping, and water taxies.

MYRIAD BOTANICAL GARDENS

100 Myriad Gardens on the corner of Reno and Robinson in downtown Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City, OK 73101
(405) 297-3995
17 Acres of lush foliage, brilliant tropical flowers, cascading streams and a towering waterfall creating an authentic rain forest environment.

HOTEL INFORMATION

Courtyard by Marriott
2 West Reno
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
(405) 232-2290

Marriott Renaissance
10 N. Broadway
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
(405)-228-8000

Sheraton Oklahoma City
One North Broadway
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
(405) 235-2780

Skirvin Hilton
One Park Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
(405)-272-3040

Colcord
15 N. Robinson
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
(866)-781-3800

CAR RENTALS

Hertz Car Rental
(800) 654-3131

Avis Car Rental
(800) 230-4898

NATIONAL COWBOY AND WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM

1700 NE 63rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
(405) 478-2250
The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum preserves the rugged individualism and romantic spirit of the frontier. This popular visitor attraction features a superlative collection of classic and contemporary Western art, including works by Charles Russell, Frederic Remington, and the famous 18-foot sculpture, The End of the Trail. Opened July 4, 1999 are three new historical galleries, the American Cowboy Gallery, the American Rodeo Gallery, and Prosperity Junction, a re-created authentic western town. Visitors of all ages enjoy an adventure into the Old West at this national memorial to the American cowboy.

AMTRAK STATION INFORMATION

100 E. K. Gaylord Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Services
• This is an unstaffed station
• Enclosed Waiting Area
• Payphones
• Paid Short-Term Parking
• Paid Long-Term Parking
• QuikTrak ticket machine
• Vending

Accessibility
Fully accessible to persons using wheelchairs

LOCAL TRANSPORTATION

Yellow Cab
(405) 232-6161
Greyhound Website

Metro Transit
(405) 235-RIDE
Transportation Authority Website

EVENT INFORMATION

For Oklahoma City Event Information, go to:
Visit OKC