Stay in our hotel near downtown Oklahoma City to visit Bricktown’s entertainment district, originally a central hub of warehouses. Bricktown now bustles with a vibrant nightlife, a baseball stadium, dynamic museums, and a canal with boat tours.
Enjoy the tree-lined river walk, reminiscent of San Antonio’s, that extends one mile through district. Prefer to travel by boat? Hop on a water taxi for a thirty minute tour through the district, full of fun history and stories about the Bricktown area. The canal is decorated with beautiful holiday lights every winter, allowing for the river walk to continue all year round.
Bricktown has so much to offer that it’s impossible to see it all! Tour the Oklahoma City Museum of Art for a collection of glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly and five centuries of European and American art. Looking for family-friendly activities? Come out to Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark for great baseball at with Oklahoma’s AAA affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Stop by Brickopolis to play 18 holes of mini golf or burn some energy rock climbing and playing laser tag! Looking to avoid the families? There are plenty of sculptures to see on the river walk, including a monument to the Oklahoma Land Run. Lots of Bricktown restaurants and bars have live entertainment at night for you to enjoy. There are also several breweries such as the Bricktown Brewery for sampling some home brewed beer.
With over 30 restaurants, there’s an eatery for everyone. Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy is a casual restaurant with all your favorites and exotic specialty drinks. Try The Melting Pot for the perfect fondue date night and four delicious courses complemented by a large wine list. Pearl’s Crabtown is the spot for Cajun seafood stacked on your table with blues and jazz playing in the background. For a canal-side patio, look no further than Jazmo’s Bourbon Street Café. Pinkitzel is a whimsical candy store and cupcake café with party rooms that are a novelty all on their own. Of course, Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse is a fine dining experience that is one of the most famous in Oklahoma.