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Horse Shows State Fair Park Oklahoma City is home to more national and international equine championship events than any other city in the world, and most don’t charge admission.

Land Run Monument South end of the Bricktown Canal Just southwest of Bass Pro Shops, the monument commemorates the 1889 Land Run in which Oklahoma City was founded.

Tour the Oklahoma State Capitol NE 23rd Street and Lincoln Boulevard. Take a self-guided tour or experience the Capitol with a trained volunteer.

The 45th Infantry Division Museum 2145 NE 36th St. Dedicated to the military history of Oklahoma and the 45th Infantry Division, this museum is a must for any history buff. It includes the country’s third largest collection of historic U.S. military firearms and the world’s largest public collection of items once owned by Adolf Hitler.

Oklahoma City Outdoor Symbolic Memorial 620 N. Harvey Ave. The memorial honors the victims, survivors, rescuers and all who were changed forever by the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.

O-K-See for Free

Free adventures are at your fingertips in OKC.

Martin Park Nature Center 5000 W. Memorial Rd. A 144-acre nature reserve with more than 2 miles of gentle hiking trails and many species of animals, the park is open Wednesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Watch sail boats and kite surfers on Lake Hefner Hefner Parkway and Britton Road Watch sail boats cruise across the lake or kite surfers make daring jumps.

Cattle Auctions in Stockyards City 2501 Exchange Ave. Watch thousands of dollars and hundreds of cattle exchange hands every Monday at the world’s largest stocker/feeder cattle market.


2015 Oklahoma City Visitors Guide  
2015 Oklahoma City Visitors Guide