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Things to do in Oklahoma
Broken Arrow - sleep with the animals at the Safari's Exotic Animal Rescue
People keep the strangest pets and when they get bored with them places such as the Safari’s Exotic Animal Rescue offer them a second home and a safe place to live. Some of the animals that call this place their home, include lions, monkeys, zebras and bears, and for one night, you can do the same. Stay over night in a wooden cabin and listen to the wolves howling and the lions roaring as you slowly drop off to sleep and maybe dream about some of the many interesting animals, housed here.
Broken Arrow - take a lick or two on a Blueberry Ice Cream tour
First created back in 1907 Bluebell Ice Cream has been enjoyed and eaten by Americans for over 100 years. It is one of the 3 most popular ice creams in the country. It is manufactured in 3 different locations and in Broken Arrow you have an opportunity to see how the ice cream is made as well as taste some of the product. The tours last about 45 minutes and are available on weekdays only.
Broken Arrow - visit the Bass Pro fishing shop
Fishing is an American past time that goes back to the days of the pioneers, when it was a way of life. Today families can enjoy a day out on the waters, with the best fishing equipment including rods thanks to the revolutionary idea from Bass Pro Shops of giving you everything you need. Take a visit to Broken Arrow and see where it all started back in 1971 from a small shop, that has now grown into an international business.
Oklahoma City - chill out at the Bricktown Canal
The Bricktown Canal was once one of the major routes for bringing in raw materials into Oklahoma City and also for transporting finished products out of the city. Even today it is still an important water thoroughfare, but now mainly caters for water taxis, that give tours of the area. Many of the old canal warehouses have been turned in to exciting eateries, restaurants or shopping centers, so that all members of the family will find something interesting or enjoyable here.
Oklahoma City - learn something new at the Science Museum
Filled with exhibits reflecting every aspect of science the Science Museum in Oklahoma City offers every budding scientist an opportunity to explore and learn something new. The museum is filled with interactive exhibits and places emphasis on learning through enjoyment. There are different shows and displays held in the museum on a regular basis, so be sure to look out at the entrance board to see what is happening when and where.
Oklahoma City - take a trip to the Orr family farm
For a great family day out take a trip to the Orr Family Farm in Oklahoma City and take part in the wide range of activities they have available. There are animals to pet and feed, trains to travel, a carousel to ride on, fish to catch in the lake, rides on hay wagons or just wander around the extensive grounds. Let the kids mine for semi precious stones or fly through the air on the thrilling zip line, before eating in one the many food concessions at the farm
Oklahoma City - visit the musuem and national memorial
The 19th April will be a date that residents of Oklahoma City will never forget as it was, the day in 1995 of the bombing of the Aflred P. Murrah Federal Building, when 168 people lost their lives. To ensure their loss would never be forgotten the city erected the memorial and museum on the grounds of the old building. 168 chairs and flags are in front of the memorial, one for each person that died. Here is a place of reflection, respect and contemplation.
Tulsa - explore the Boston Avenue Church
Thought to be the first church built in the “American” style of architecture, the Boston Avenue Church in Tulsa is an imposing site as its 258 ft high tower can be seen across most of the city. Completed in 1929 it still retains an impression of science fiction, but is in fact a place of worship. The interior is large with the main chapel capable of seating 1,800 people. The interior is very modern in design and is worth taking the time to walk amd look around.
Tulsa - get your feet tapping at Cain's Ballroom
People have been dancing to music in the Cain’s Ballroom since the 1920’s. It has seen the latest dance crazes, steps and moves for well over 90 years. As well as offering excellent dancing opportunities the ballroom is home to a large number of concerts, with music of all genres. What makes dancing here so special is its sprung floor, that allows even the clumsiest of persons seem light on their feet.
Tulsa - take a haunted tour of the city
Tulsa is filled with many grand, historic buildings. The stories that go with them have created a haunted past. Travel with the Paranormal Investigation Team of Tulsa on their old trolley, as they take you on a guided tour of city and point out places of interest and folklore. An ideal tour for those that believe in ghosts and spirits, especially during Halloween. Go if you dare.
Introduction of Oklahoma
Oklahoma is in the centre of the United States and was somewhat of a frontier state. It is a relatively low-lying region of the continental US, yet consists of several sizeable mountain ranges along with many lakes. It also has important highways serving it, such as part of Route 66, and its many towns and cities offers thousands of Oklahoma hotels. This region is the capital and largest city, lying bang in the centre of the state and featuring an array of attractions and accommodations. It is home to the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and the Oklahoma City Zoological Park, while the second city of Tulsa, to the northeast, also buzzes with sights and hotels. The district is in the central Frontier County region, while Green County is off to the northeast and the beautiful Lake and Trail County is south. Other places to visit with good establishments include Broken Arrow, Lawton, and Muskogee.