With over 50 legendary attractions including the National Cowboy and Western Museum and the Myriad Botanical Gardens, plus world-class shopping, restaurants and hotels OKC, as it is affectionately known, is the ideal spot for a weekend of fun and reflection. Discover the sights and sounds of the Old West in Stockyards City, watch horse races at Remington Park, then have dinner and see a show in historic Bricktown. Designed to duplicate an 1800s frontier town, families will love the Frontier City Theme Park where visitors see an reenactment of the gun fight at the OK corral and ride thrilling roller coasters. On a more somber note, the site of the 1995 terrorist attack, known today as the Oklahoma City National Memorial, and the Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism, are not to be missed.
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4.5 based on 61 reviews
Great fun atmosphere! This is our go to theatre! Its very clean and everyone is so nice and friendly. I always enjoy myself when I'm here. Highly recommended!!! You won't be disappointed!
4.5 based on 20 reviews
One of the biggest and brightest theatres I have ever visited, Cinemark Tinseltown Okc does it right. Not only are consessions available right inside the entrance, they're also available near the theaters themselves. This way, you don't miss much of the feature. Also, the popcorn is fresh, not the pre-bagged junk a lot of theaters use. It's also near the Cowboy Hall of Fame museum and several great hotels.
4.0 based on 21 reviews
This drive-in theatre was so much fun to visit. There was a double feature and the concession stand had all sorts of goodies available including souvenirs (I bought a Winchester T-shirt). The people are friendly. The whole experience was nostalgic plus entertaining. The movie sound comes over the vehicle's radio and can still be heard several blocks away when leaving the drive-in. It really was a fun evening.
3.5 based on 6 reviews
Oklahoma City's most iconic, live music venue...with a sordid past. Your destination in OKC for concerts, parties and movies. The Tower Theatre opened in 1937 and is one of Oklahoma City’s last original movie houses with an intact auditorium and neon marquee.
Nice to see a theater in OKC that competes with The Brady in Tulsa. More intimate than The Brady. Nice, cool, clean. Sat down front to see the most awesome Tab Benoit. Our first time here. It was great. Good, safe parking across the street. Easy access to highway. We will definitely be back. Many restaurants and bars in area.
4.0 based on 1 reviews
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