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ABOUT DOWNTOWN OKLAHOMA CITY
Downtown Oklahoma City has evolved into an arts, culture, entertainment and business hub that welcomes countless visitors and that a wide variety of people call home. The downtown area is comprised of seven different districts, each with its own charming character and flair.
If it’s entertainment you’re looking for, there’s no better place than Bricktown. This former warehouse district now features the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, a mile-long scenic canal, dozens of restaurants, clubs, family activities and venues plus hotels and a movie complex within easy walking distance.
Looking for arts and culture? OKC’s thriving Arts District features the Civic Center Music Hall, and the newly renovated Myriad Botanical Gardens and Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory. The Oklahoma City Museum of Art displays the world’s most comprehensive grouping of Dale Chihuly glass, including a 55-foot-tall Chihuly glass tower in the museum’s atrium. And people from all over the world come to visit the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, honoring the 168 victims and countless lives forever changed on that fateful April morning.
The Arts District is within walking distance of the Business District, which features hotels, restaurants and a terrific view from the top of the Devon Tower, the seventh tallest building west of the Mississippi and one of the top 40 tallest buildings in the nation. Nearby Park Plaza is a developing office district, and Automobile Alley, named for its abundance of car dealers in the 1920s, is now filled with eclectic shops, restaurants and coffee houses. Film Row housed film exchanges for studios like Paramount and MGM in the 1930s, and now these art deco-style buildings host art galleries and a classic movie theatre. Deep Deuce District, a hotbed of jazz music and African-American culture in the early 20th century, has transformed into a true downtown neighborhood with restaurants, late night hot spots and art galleries.
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