Oklahoma City: Attractions and more...
Oklahoma City offers a host of activities for its visitors. The Oklahoma State Capitol is the only State Capitol with oil wells in its campus. Visitors can delve into the city’s past by touring the Governor’s Mansion and the Overhosler Mansion, the first mansion in the city.
The Omniplex Science Museum should be visited for its excellent collection of science, photography and aviation exhibits. The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum is dedicated to western art. Visit the Oklahoma City Zoo, one of the top most zoos in the nation. One of the biggest landmarks of the city, the Crystal Bridge, located in the Myriad Garden, is not to be missed.
Lake Hefner is an ideal place for indulging in sailing and sail boat racing, along with bird watching. The underground Metro Concourse offers a novel way of exploring the city on foot.
Horses being a prime attraction, festivals like the November World Championship Quarter Horse Show are very popular.
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