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Why Fly to Oklahoma City?
Located in central Oklahoma at the crossroads of several major interstates, Oklahoma City is the state's capital and largest metro area. The city is divided into nearly a dozen major districts, each with its own unique character and charm. The downtown area is known as the commercial heart of the city and is a hub for business travelers. It's also popular among tourists because of its many cultural attractions, including museums, the botanical gardens and the Oklahoma City National Memorial. Venture northeast to the bustling Adventure District, the city's largest entertainment destination. Here, you'll find a handful of family-friendly attractions, including the Oklahoma City Zoo, the Science Museum and a casino. Or visit the Asian District, home to the state's largest Asian community. Here, you can experience the sights and sounds of the Far East at the area's authentic Asian grocers and pan-Asian restaurants. For nightlife, head just east of downtown to the Bricktown neighborhood. This vibrant district is a populated with bars, clubs and live music venues. You can find Oklahoma City hotel rooms downtown, while accommodations of all price points can be found throughout the sprawling city. Travelers can compare flight discounts to Oklahoma City on Travelzoo's SuperSearch.
Which Airlines Fly to Oklahoma City?
The Will Rogers World Airport (OKC) serves the Oklahoma City area, which includes the nearby communities of Shawnee and Stillwater. Most major domestic carriers offer flights directly to the city. You can search for airfare from Newark, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and other East Coast cities on Continental, Southwest and United. Or you can buy plane tickets out of Chicago, Detroit and Minneapolis on American Eagle, Delta and United. Westerners can fly out of Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix and other cities on Southwest and United.
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If you have difficulty finding affordable airfare to Oklahoma City, you can search for flights to Tulsa The neighboring city is about 100 miles northeast on I-44.
Quick Travel Guide to Oklahoma City
Begin your trip to Oklahoma City with a trip to the metro's center. Here, among the city's skyscrapers, you'll find the lively Arts District. This division of the downtown area is home to a number of arts and cultural attractions, including the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. The art museum is known internationally for housing the largest collection of Chihuly glass in the world, including a stunning 55-foot glass tower. The museum also houses an theater and a restaurant.
To experience a different kind of art scene, head to the smaller Paseo Arts District. Here, local galleries display art from regional craftsmen. There is also a sidewalk cafe and restaurants in the area. Schedule a visit during Memorial Day weekend to join in the annual Paseo Arts Festival celebration. In addition to showcasing original works, live performances and music by an assortment of artists, the festival also features an outdoor carnival.
One of the biggest tourist draws in the city is the Adventure District. This seven-mile area features a cluster of family- and adult-themed entertainment options. Kids can enjoy a visit to the zoo or Six Flags Frontier City, an amusement park that features more than 50 rides and interactive attractions. Meanwhile, adults can spend a day at the Remington Park and Casino. The large facility houses a casino, a horseracing track and two restaurants. Or visit the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, which boasts thousands of Western and American Indian artworks and artifacts.
For late-night entertainment, visit Bricktown. Located next to the downtown district, this old warehouse district has been revitalized. Now, locals and tourists alike patron the neighborhood at night to sample the cuisine and cocktails of the area's many bars and restaurants. If you're visiting during warm weather, take a cocktail cruise down the Bricktown canal. If you'd rather stay on dry land, listen to live music at one of several Bricktown bars, including Drinkz, JJ's Alley and Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grille.