Paseo Arts District
With 70+ artists and 20 studios concentrated in one small neighborhood just north of downtown OKC, weekends are lit up with vibrant art, live music, and locally-owned restaurants.
The Plaza District is a magnet for small businesses and creative folk. For a night out, dig through curated thrift shops, walk through quirky galleries, or satisfy your sweet tooth at one of the local dessert shops.
The Asian District is known for being a foodie’s dream. As a hub for Asian fusion cuisine, eat your way through authentic Vietnamese food that has OKC locals coming back for more.
Do you want to immerse yourself in whimsical, interactive art? Tame your appetite by filling up on sustainably sourced ingredients? Shop at boutiques that give back to the community? Stop by this historic district.
Framed by historic neighborhoods and downtown, Midtown offers top restaurants, a 12-lane bowling alley, a book store, and coffee shops at every corner.
In the 1920s and ‘30s, the Deep Deuce District was the heart of OKC’s African American community, and today it continues to be a thriving hub for creativity.
Searching for indoor and outdoor experiences that will go down as great memories? Adventure District is two miles of zoos, botanical gardens, and museums.
Whether you’re in the mood to sing karaoke, listen to a local band, or fill your night with laser tag, there is always something for everyone in this former warehouse district.
Arts District & Film Row
One afternoon isn’t enough to experience the Arts District & Film Row — OKC’s capital for world-class art and live performances. Discover museums, street and art galleries, and one-of-a-kind restaurants.
Looking for a fun place to dress casually but still have the time of your life? Uptown 23rd allows visitors to experience Oklahoma culture through historic architecture and local flavors.
What's that in the sky? A bird, a plane? No, the skyscrapers that form OKC's unique skyline. While this district is located in the heart of local businesses, City Center is home to museums, easy transportation, and unique dining experiences.
Two words: Outdoor recreation. Just outside of Bricktown, the Boathouse District is home to the official U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training site and an adventure course that reaches 80-feet in height.
From antique stores to galleries featuring local and international artists, Western Avenue brings together a unique collaboration between upscale and affordable.
Are you in need of a little western in your life? Stockyards City offers everything, from cattle auctions to the city's best steak to live country music.