Plan your trip to Oklahoma City. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City), find things to see and do (like Boathouse District), and research places to eat (like Kitchen No. 324).
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If you're flying into Oklahoma City, you would usually fly into Will Rogers World Airport.
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Here's what Trippy members say about Oklahoma City:
"Lots of great neighborhoods and a booming food scene. For example.... Paseo has the best spot if you're traveling with vegans/vegetarians - great food for all at Picasso Cafe. Then stroll the neighborhood for art galleries and boutiques. It's a small neighborhood for a quick stop. Plaza District has Empire Slice House (get the pink sauce!) and Ma Der Lao Kitchen (beef Jerky and sticky rice are musts for the table) a fantastic mural walls and local small businesses. If you're traveling with dogs do not miss Bar K. And while your pup is running get the loaded fries - yum!!! The Myriad Botanical Gardens, Scissortail Park, and the OKC Museum of Art are all in a corridor right downtown and there are plenty of things to do for two days there (including Bricktown which someone else already mentioned). We also have the First Americans Museum which I haven't visited (yet) and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum which is really well done and interesting. It really is a great little city."