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The capital of Oklahoma and the largest city in the state, Oklahoma City is home to almost 600,000 people, with 1.3 million in the surrounding metropolitan area. Oklahoma is also a sprawling city with many districts, and the second-largest city in the U.S. by land area. Although Oklahoma City is mostly famous for its livestock and petroleum industry, the city has invested heavily in making the city an attraction for tourists and visitors, as well as providing high quality of life for its residents.

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Weather-wise, Oklahoma city has very hot and humid summers with occasional droughts, and tends to be windy and cold in the winter. Oklahoma City is also subject to tornadoes as it lies in the center of “Tornado Alley” and has been hit by nine major tornadoes in its long history. The peak of tornado season is in April.

Annual events in Oklahoma City include Chocolate Decadence in February, the Doge National Circuit Finals Rodeo in spring, Dogwood Days Festival in April, the Festival of the Arts, the Norman Music Festival, the Red Earth Festival, the Oklahoma State Fair, and more.

Transportation in and Around Oklahoma City

Oklahoma’s Will Rogers World Airport (OKC) offers non-stop flights to over thirty cities, including Washington DC, New York, and Los Angeles. By train, travelers to Oklahoma City can take the Heartland Flyer line from Fort Worth, Texas. By bus, Oklahoma City is served by Greyhound and Megabus, and by car, Oklahoma City sits at the intersection of I-40 and I-35, as well as Route 66.

As with many major metropolitan areas, traveling outside of Oklahoma City’s downtown area is likely to require a car, taxi, or shuttle bus. Although the city is laid out along a grid with well-ordered streets, traffic and a few oddly-named streets may confuse newcomers to the city. As with most cities, the major interstates are crowded and congested during rush hour traffic and “construction season.” The public transportation system in Oklahoma City is decent around downtown, but very limited outside of the most “touristy” areas. For getting around Oklahoma City with convenience and comfort, consider a Metropolitan Shuttle charter bus.

Oklahoma City Airports

Will Rogers World Airport

Colleges and Universities in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City University
Rose State College
Mid-America Christian University
Oklahoma City Community College
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Heartland Baptist Bible College
Oklahoma State University

Oklahoma City Theater and Arts

Carpenter Square Theatre
Oklahoma Community Theatre
Oklahoma Childrens Theatre
Jewel Box Theatre
Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma
Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall
Oklahoma City Ballet
Oklahoma Contemporary
Oklahoma City Philharmonic
Poteet Theatre Oklahoma City

Museums and Culture in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Science Museum Oklahoma
American Banjo Museum
Oklahoma Railway Museum
Oklahoma Heritage Association
Oklahoma Historical Society
Oklahoma American Indian Center
Oklahoma Museums Association
Red Earth Museum
Museum of Women Pilots
Oklahoma Black Museum and Performing Arts Center
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

Attractions in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
Oklahoma City Zoo
Bricktown
Myriad Botanical Gardens
Oklahoma History Center
Frontier City

Sports in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City Thunder
Oklahoma City Redhawks
Oklahoma City Barons
National Softball Hall of Fame

Oklahoma City Convention Venues

Cox Convention Center
Visit OKC

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