Below is just a short list of things to do and see while you enjoy the Convention and your time in Oklahoma City. We are looking forward to hosting you this Fall!
DOWNTOWN AND ENVIRONS:
The Oklahoma City National Museum and Memorial
Just 6 blocks north of the Renaissance Hotel, this National Memorial honors the victims, survivors, rescuers and all changed forever by the April 19, 1995 bombing. In the face of unspeakable evil, Oklahomans banded together and created a new standard in search/rescue/recovery, known as “The Oklahoma Standard”. Discount tickets available.
620 North Harvey, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Just 6 blocks away from the Renaissance Hotel, the OKCMOA is home to a beautiful collection of Chihuly glass, the largest of which can be seen in the fifty five foot Eleanor Blake Kirkpatrick Memorial Tower located in the reception atrium. Closed Mondays. Buy one, get one free admission tickets available.
415 Couch Drive, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
The Red Earth Museum
One block from the Renaissance Hotel, this multi-cultural museum highlights the rich traditions of American Indian Arts & Culture. Monday-Friday 10am to 5pm.
6 Santa Fe Plaza, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
The American Banjo Museum
Just 2 blocks away from the Renaissance Hotel, this museum is a must for anyone who plays, enjoys or wants to play a banjo! Discount tickets are available.
9 E Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73014
The Oklahoma Museum of Telephone History
Just 4 blocks away from the Renaissance Hotel, this museum is home to more than 100 years of telephone history. Admission is Free!
111 Dean A. McGee Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73102
The Myriad Botanical Gardens & Crystal Bridge
At the corner of Reno & Robinson, this 15 acre garden houses the Crystal Bridge Conservatory, home to thousands of tropical and desert plantings. Open Monday-Saturday, 9am to 5pm, Sunday 11 am-5pm. Take your camera!! Discount tickets are available.
301 W. Reno, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Home for more than 45 restaurants, bars, hotels and retail, this area is just east of downtown and has a vibrant night scene as well as a movie theatre, the AT&T Bricktown Ballpark and Bass Pro Shop. Take a water taxi for a fun ride, or stroll the canal on a moonlit night.
Need a water adventure? Try your skills at Riversport Rapids with whitewater rafting,
kayaking, water tubing, the Sky Zip line, climbing walls, and much more in the
Science Museum Oklahoma
Kids and kids at heart will enjoy the wonders and fun of science at this amazing museum! Visit CurioCity, a 20,000 square foot village featuring eight whimsical neighborhoods: BrainiAct, Pi Shop, Tinker Works, Odd a See Tower, Wunderground and MORE!
Discount tickets are available.
2020 Remington Place
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
America’s premier institution of Western history, art and culture, this museum is a must for anyone interested the enduring legacy of the American West. From fine art, pop culture and firearms to Native American culture, this museum tells the story.
1700 N. E. 63rd Street
The Oklahoma History Center
This architectural masterpiece, ten years in the making, focuses on Oklahoma’s history of
Geology, transporation, commerce, culture, aviation and more.
800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, Oklahoma City, OK 73105
The Paseo Arts District
This district was built in 1929 as the first commercial shopping district north of downtown. Today it is home to over twenty galleries and eighty artists, with restaurants, bars, art galleries, studios and shops tucked into this charming street. Located at NW 20th & Walker Avenue.
3022 Paseo, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
The Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Gardens
It is all happening at the zoo! Our zoo covers 119 acres and is home to more than 1,900 animals. Elephants, tigers and bears, oh my!
2101 NE 50th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73111
The Harn Homestead Museum
Step back in time at the historic Harn Homestead museum located on original Land Run property and learn about Oklahoma’s territorial life.
1721 N. Lincoln Blvd. • Oklahoma City, OK 73105
The Oklahoma State Capitol
Located on one hundred acres in northeast Oklahoma City, the Capitol building features Greco-Roman architecture with murals, stained glass and changing art exhibits. The dome, which was originally planned but never completed, was added in 2002.
2300 N Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73105
The Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
This natural history museum is located on the beautiful campus of the University of
Oklahoma and traces over 500 million years of Oklahoma’s natural and cultural history.
2401 Chautauqua Ave., Norman, OK 73072
Need some new boots? A Western style belt? How about a delicious steak at the Cattlemen’s Steakhouse, a one hundred seven year old restaurant that serves up award winning steaks? You will find that and more in the city’s historical Stockyard City.
1307 Agnew Avenue, Oklahoma City OK 73108