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Oklahoma City, OK
Updated: October 25th, 2020
Below is a list of the best places I would visit on a trip to this location. My picks fit my personality and interest. Everyone has a different interest, so you may not like everything I listed, which is fine. If you like a place, I recommend saving it to Google Maps for a future trip down the road. I made sure to include the address or GPS to make it easier to find. You can find out more about me in the "About Me" section to see if we share common interests.
In the info below, the yellow cost number is just an estimated amount at the time I checked their website, over time the amount could change. With the cost of a hotel room, I'm pricing a queen bed for two people for a night on the weekend and the amount shown is before taxes. These figures are just a rough estimate on what places could cost, so if incorrect I apologize.
- Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
620 N Harvey Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Adult Museum Admission: $15.00
- Oklahoma City Zoo
2000 Remington Pl, Oklahoma City, OK 73111
Adult General Admission: $12.00
- National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
1700 NE 63rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73111
Adult Admission: $12.50
Places to Stay
- 21c Oklahoma City
900 W Main St, Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Average cost a night on a weekend in November: $168
- The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
1 Park Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Average cost a night on a weekend in November: $109
21 and Up Fun
Out of Bounds
Again these are my picks that fit my personality and interest. If you feel that I left one-off that may interest me or other people, message me on Facebook about the location. I value a person's opinion and never just discard the information. Always looking forward to learning about new places to add to my Google Map. ~ Shawn