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Oklahoma has a wide variety of activities to offer, from shopping to sightseeing
to camping and outdoor adventure.
With scenic parks, mountains, plains and forests, Oklahoma welcomes visitors
to discover this beautiful and diverse state.
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Oklahoma City sprawls across 625 square miles
of America's heartland. It's metro population numbers over a million - a third
of the entire state's population. The Ballet Oklahoma, the Philharmonic and
the Oklahoma Opera are all within walking distance of the entertainment and
dining district of Bricktown.
Recently renovated and oozing old-world charm, Bricktown is the new social capital
of Oklahoma City. Filled with canal-side restaurants and lively night spots,
this pedestrian precinct has everything for the visitor, from bustling modern
shopping to the peace of a waterfall and forest park.
Tulsa is Oklahoma's second largest city. The Tulsa
and northeastern Oklahoma area has the most man-made lakes in the nation. The
many parks and gardens around Tulsa have earned it the nickname "Green
Tulsa is home to the Mohawk Park and Zoo as well as the Philbrook Museum and
the Gilcrease Museum, which captures the Indian history of Oklahoma. The citys
downtown district holds a wealth of sites listed on the National Register of
Historic Places. If you are a history buff, you won't want to miss these Tulsa
Broken Arrow is a city located in northeastern Oklahoma in Tulsa County. It
is the largest suburb of Tulsa.
Norman is situated south of downtown Oklahoma City and is the third largest
city in the state. Norman is home to the University of Oklahoma and to many
Located in Central Oklahoma, the first Capital of Oklahoma is now a National
Historic Landmark. The Victorian streets are adorned with charming boutiques,
art galleries, antique and craft shops. Guthrie is the largest urban historic
district on the National Register, extending 1,400 acres and 400 city blocks.
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