The Oklahoma City Attractions will win you over, and will keep you coming back for more. BBOnline recommends the following top attractions as a must visit in Oklahoma.
115 E. California Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104
The Water Taxi is one of the most popular of the Oklahoma city attractions. Set out early from your Sulphur Inn to make the most out of this experience. The Water Taxi tour lasts 45 minutes and takes you on the famous Bricktown canal tour. This attraction operates year round. The guide on the Water Taxi is well informed and maintains a fun atmosphere on board. Learn about the history of Oklahoma on this tour. Cocktails and nonalcoholic drinks are served during the course of the tour. If you wish to splurge a little, you can rent out the Water Taxi for a lunch or romantic dinner charter.
National Memorial Museum
620 N. Harvey Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104-3032
Among all the Oklahoma City attractions, the National Memorial Museum is of utmost significance. It pays tribute to the lives that were lost during the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. This experience will touch your heart. This serene monument is located in peaceful surroundings. The entire park is lit up during the evenings and looks like a scene from paradise. The notion behind this museum is to convey the ill effects of violence and hatred. Ask for directions at your Sulphur Bed and Breakfast.
White Water Bay
3908 W. Reno Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73107-6626
This is the most fun-filled of all the Oklahoma City attractions. This water park is a popular entertainment center for the entire family. The rides are designed to attract and excite all the visitors. From family rides to exclusive kid's rides, this place has it all. If you are the adventurous type, sample the Bermuda Triangle, and slide through the challenging path. The Pirate Plunge is another fun ride for the adults. The shipwreck is a great way to spend some fun time with family. The park also offers raft rides.
National Cowboy Heritage
1700 63rd St.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111-7997
This is a museum dedicated to showcase Oklahoma's western heritage. It is a coming together of history, art and the life in the Old West. The night paintings are a must-see. These are the works of the great artist Fredrick Remington. The sculptures that he shaped also adorned the space in this museum. Glance through the gigantic black and white photos of those times. You can also examine the guns and other artifacts of that era.
2905 36th St.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112
For the go karting fans, this is the place to be. The go karts are extremely fast and the turn will make you strive to stay in control. The excitement and fun involved in driving a go kart is incomparable. If you're going with kids, they can be left in the supervised gaming section while you embark on a power packed ride. The total area is 850,000 square feet and is one of a kind in the US.