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Holidays to Oklahoma City

Stetsons and designer shopping go hand-in-hand in Oklahoma City - 'OKC' to its friends. This is a city steeped in cowboy culture, where you can soak up the spirit of the Old West and watch cattlemen in action. But it's also a city that's blazed a trail away from its cowtown past into the 21st century, and among the spurs and the steakhouses you'll find there's plenty of first-class attractions and entertainment on the menu.

If cowboys are your thing, then Oklahoma City breaks will make you feel like you've stumbled onto the set of a John Wayne movie. In Stockyard City, you can trek on boardwalks spanning the outdoor holding pens at the National Stockyards to watch cattle being sold to the highest bidder. You can even get yourself kitted out in all the gear and buy yourself a set of spurs in one of the nearby Western stores, before heading to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum to see if you got your look just right.

But if it's the modern face of OKC you want, then Bricktown is the place to be. Once full of deserted railroad lots, the district's old brick warehouses have been transformed into a web of shops, bars, cafés and restaurants, all buzzing with excitement and turn-of-the-century charm. A canal cuts through Bricktown, making it a picturesque place to stroll, or you can hop aboard a boat to see the sights from the water and hear quirky tales of OKC's history.

The water is the place to get active on Oklahoma City breaks too, and in the Boatyard District you can try your hand at rowing, kayaking, dragon boating or stand up paddle boarding - before zip-lining 700-ft across the river or plunging down the 80-ft Rumble Drop free fall. Just enjoy the ride!

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Eat, Drink & Be Merry

Eating out on Oklahoma City breaks means plenty of options, from the succulent beef served up in traditional steakhouses, to noodle soup in the Asian District. The entertainment's just as varied too - choose from top DJs and live music in the hip bars and clubs of Bricktown, or country and western at the Rodeo Opry in Stockyards City.

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

Celebrating the spirit of the Old West, this must-see museum delves deep into the very soul of Oklahoma City. There's stacks of memorabilia; a rodeo arena where you can watch live roping; a re-created cattle town; some classic examples of Western art; and more guns, hats, boots and saddles than you can count.

A Sense of History

You can discover Oklahoma's past, including the 1889 Great Land Run when settlers literally ran to grab land, as well as the story of its African American community and Native American tribes, at the Oklahoma History Center. A visit to the National Memorial and Museum at the site of the 1995 bombing that killed 168 people is a reminder of a more recent past.

Red Earth

If you're lucky enough to be on an Oklahoma City break in June, you can savour the spectacle of Red Earth - a three-day celebration of Native American culture and traditions. Over 1200 dancers and artists from more than 100 tribes light up the city with parades and ceremonial dance competitions, plus there's a market with art, crafts and food. If June is not your travel dates, no worries, as many powwows take place every year May through November, with the famed Standing Bear Powwow taking place every September.

Family Fun

You can wear the kids out on the rides and coasters of Western-themed Frontier City theme park, or on the slides and flumes at White Water Bay waterpark. Or take them to see the 1800 animals resident at the City Zoo.

Fly Drive Holiday: Great Plains Adventure

Tulsa – Oklahoma City – Ponca City – Wichita – Hutchinson – Salina – Lawrence – Overland Park – Kansas City

Our suggested fly drive itinerary showcases the native history and culture of Kansas and Oklahoma, the heartlands of the USA, where you can find an endless horizon that stretches over the broad Great Plains and the grassy prairie between the Mississippi Valley and the Rocky Mountains. Oklahoma and Kansas share a fascinating history particularly significant to Native American Indians, American cowboys and American oil barons, and this recommend fly drive holiday will allow you to discover the real America. Hear heroic stories and meet the descendants of Native American Indians, pioneer women, cattle drovers and oil barons – all who have had significant influence in the history of the United States!
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Guided Motorcycle Tour: Route 66

Chicago – Springfield – St Louis – Joplin - Oklahoma City – Amarillo – Santa Fe – Gallup – Grand Canyon – Kingman – Las Vegas – Victorville – Los Angeles

What better way to experience Route 66, one of the most famous highways in the world, than by motorbike? This exciting motorcycle tour allows you to feel the wind in your hair as you ride 2,400 miles from Chicago to Santa Monica, crossing eight states and three time zones.
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Historic Stockyards City  
Watch lots of cattle being bought and sold at one of the world’s largest livestock markets and then get into the spirit of proceedings by browsing the local stores for cowboy hats and boots, having a meal at the Cattlemen’s Steakhouse or watching a country music show at the Oklahoma Rodeo Opry.

Catch a Basketball Game  
Take your seat in the stands and root for the home team during a nail-biting Oklahoma City sporting event! Watch as the Oklahoma City Thunder bring NBA action to the basketball court at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in downtown Oklahoma City.

Myriad Botanical Gardens & Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory
Nestled within Oklahoma City’s business district, the Myriad Botanical Gardens offer a 17-acre green space with tranquil streams, waterfalls and flowers. There’s also an interactive playground for the kids and live music from a contemporary band shell. Don’t miss the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory, featuring palms, orchids and rare butterflies.

Oklahoma City Museum of Art
This downtown gallery offers a permanent collection covering everything from 19th century European art to Latin American paintings and avant-garde sculpture over three floors. After your visit, you can dine al fresco at the Museum Café with its menu of French-fusion cuisine.

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