It’s a special occasion to come across a place in a league of its own entirely. These distinctive attractions ignite something within that’s nearly impossible to forget.
OKC NATIONAL MEMORIAL & MUSEUM
620 N Harvey Ave • Oklahoma City
One of the most significant events in Oklahoma history unfolded on these sacred grounds. The Memorial honors the lives lost on April 19, 1995, while the Museum takes you on an interactive journey through the events of the tragedy and resilience that followed.
NEARBY: Civic Center Music Hall, Elemental Coffee, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Thai Kitchen, Colcord Hotel, Scissortail Park, Oklahoma River
25 NW 9th Street • Oklahoma City
Co-Founder Kelsey Karper describes Mix-Tape best: “When you open up that sense of wonder, you can come into this space, have your eyes opened to the possibilities of creativity, collaboration, play and fun, and then go back out into the regular world and see things in a different way.”
NEARBY: Ambassador Hotel, The Black Scintilla, Iguana Mexican Grill, Fassler Hall
POPS 66 SODA RANCH
660 W Highway 66 • Arcadia
Located on historic Route 66, POPS beckons travelers with its 66-foot-tall, neon soda bottle for food, fuel and a whopping 700 varieties of soda. Whether you’re feeling adventurous with a novelty flavor or stick to the classics, POPS is the place for colorful, free-wheeling fun.
NEARBY: Arcadia Lake, Arcadia Round Barn, Route 66 Abandoned Gas Station, OK County 66 – John’s Place, Frontier City
TOY & ACTION FIGURE MUSEUM
111 S Chickasaw St • Pauls Valley
Travelers from every state and more than 40 countries have visited the Toy & Action Figure Museum. The space features over 13,000 action figures and hundreds of drawings by famous Oklahoma cartoonists. Whether you’re a kid or just a kid at heart, this is a must-visit.
NEARBY: The Vault Art Space and Gathering Place, Bob’s Pig Shop, Jet Stream Casino, Wacker Park, Pauls Valley Lake, Washita Casino, Mimi’s Restaurant
1721 N Lincoln Blvd • Oklahoma City
Journey back to a time before statehood to tour Harn Homestead, a 10-acre historical home turned museum with roots spanning back over 100 years. It features seven buildings, including a one-room schoolhouse, the first two-story home built in Oklahoma and a 1904 Victorian home previously occupied by the owners.
NEARBY: Oklahoma History Center, Oklahoma State Capitol, Deep Deuce, Culture Coffee, Henry Overholser Mansion, Neighborhood JAM, Parlor OKC
WINSTAR WORLD CASINO AND RESORT
777 Casino Ave • Thackerville
Only at the World’s Biggest Casino will you find a milelong gaming floor, nine globally themed gaming plazas and the world’s largest collection of games. Not to mention two championship 18-hole golf courses, nearby luxury hotel, resort pool and an array of restaurants and boutiques.
NEARBY: Fun Town RV Park, Chickasaw Travel Stop – Thackerville, Border Casino, Thackerville Tourism Information Center, Kirby’s Prime Steakhouse + Mickey Mantle’s (WinStar)
1150-1198 N Oklahoma Ave • Oklahoma City
Filled with history and infused with evidence of yesteryear, Automobile Alley is now an upscale, urban hub for shops, restaurants, art spaces and community-wide events. You can find anything you want, but you’ll remember it by its bright lights and lively ambiance.
NEARBY: Plenty Mercantile, S&B’s Burger Joint, Oklahoma Contemporary, Shop Good, Prairie OKC, Coffee Slingers Roasters, Hatch Early Morning Food
You don’t have experiences like these every day.
WinStar World Casino and Resort is the biggest casino in the world, located at the Southern Gateway to Adventure Road. It’s home to more than you might believe: three hotel towers and luxurious hotel rooms, two pools, two championship 18-hole golf courses, 19 restaurants, boutiques and more games than anywhere in the world.
Whether you're a kid or just a kid at heart, the Toy & Action Figure Museum in Pauls Valley is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the art and sculpting of action figures. Founded in 2005, the accredited museum features over 13,000 action figures, as well as hundreds of drawings from some of Oklahoma's most famous cartoonists in the Oklahoma Cartoonist Collection.
This breathtaking memorial honors the lives lost in the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995. Inside the Museum, walk through the events of, and response following, that fateful morning, and leave knowing the world holds far more good than bad. The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial, from the Survivor Tree to the Reflecting Pool to the 168 empty chairs in memory of the fallen, is a moving piece of American History that must be experienced.
A concept completely unique to Oklahoma, Factory Obscura fuses the talents of local artists to create immersive art experiences for visitors of all ages. Journey through interactive environments filled with mystery and fantasy. Curious adventurers, this is for you.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Neighborhoods, Automobile Alley, once known for its abundance of car dealerships, is now an upscale, urban district featuring one-of-a-kind restaurants, unique shops and more.
Harn Homestead, claimed during the Land Run of 1889, is a 10-acre historical homestead in Oklahoma City. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Harn now serves as a museum and popular field trip destination where kids can learn about life during the territorial days of Oklahoma.
Drive down historic Route 66 through Arcadia, Oklahoma, and you can’t miss the neon, 66-foot-tall soda bottle in front of POPS. Whether you need to stop for gas, are looking for a bite to eat or want to try one of their 700 varieties of bottled sodas, POPS is the perfect stop.
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