Oklahoma City, the capital of Oklahoma, is known for its cowboy culture. Within it you’ll find a multitude of great neighborhoods, including the Paseo Arts District, Asian District, Boathouse District and Adventure District. And for romantic getaways in Oklahoma City, be sure to check out some of the following destinations.

  1. Oklahoma City Museum of Art

    The Oklahoma City Museum of Art offers world-class exhibitions, films, and arts education. The accredited fine arts museum’s permanent collection features works from the past five centuries.

    The collection is particularly strong in European and American art from the 19th century forward, contemporary art, and glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly. The museum’s repertory cinema screens international, independent and classic films. The Museum Cafe is a full-service restaurant.

  2. Bricktown, Oklahoma City

    Industrial-chic Bricktown District is a historic warehouse area that is home to restaurants, piano lounges, and wine bars today. The entertainment neighborhood also boasts boutique shops that sell a wide mix of items like gourmet food, home decor, and clothing.

    You can take in the neighborhood sites on a Bricktown water taxi and cruise along the mile-long Bricktown Canal. Brickopolis is a great place to have some fun, with its arcade games, miniature golf, and laser tag. The venue offers several dining options too.

  3. Myriad Botanical Gardens

    Myriad Botanical Gardens is an interactive urban park located in downtown Oklahoma City. Crystal Bridge Conservatory, the centerpiece of the garden, is home to thousands of tropical and desert plants.

    A cascading waterfall and a sky bridge are focal points in the conservatory. Amenities at the gardens include a restaurant, ice skating rink, Children’s Garden, amphitheater, and a small dog park. Mo’s Carousel is found in the Pavilion next to the Children’s Garden. Pumpkinville is one of the museum’s many annual events.

  4. Civic Center Music Hall

    Feast on a delicious meal at one of Oklahoma City’s many incredible restaurants, then head downtown to the Civic Center Music Hall to enjoy a show. The circa 1937 art deco building contains three theaters that host local music and dance groups as well as touring Broadway shows.

    The hall is recognized as one of the nation’s premier acoustic performing arts facilities. World-class entertainment is provided by groups like Painted Sky Opera, Oklahoma City Ballet, CityRep Theater, and Oklahoma City Philharmonic.

  5. Oklahoma River Cruises

    Oklahoma River Cruises is a ferry service that provides rides to Historic Stockyards City, the Meridian Landing, and the Regatta Park/Boathouse District. Specialty cruises are offered May through October. Cruises have fun themes like Luau, Western Waters, Disco and Haunt the River.

    Two cruises are offered each weekend. The River Tour provides a look at historic and contemporary landmarks along the Oklahoma River. The Cocktail Tour provides views of the Boathouse District and the Wheeler Ferris Wheel.

  6. Lake Hefner & Park

    Lake Hefner is surrounded by a paved trail, and Stars & Stripes Park is nearby. Lake Hefner Golf Club, featuring two challenging courses, is on the south shore. Bluff Creek Park, with its open fields and off-road bike trails, is on the north shore.

    The reservoir lake is ideal for sailing, fishing, and bird-watching. A lighthouse is located on the water’s edge, and you can sit on the benches outside the lighthouse and enjoy the scenic view. The restaurants at Lake Hefner offer great sunset views from their patios.

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