Located at the intersection of I-35, I-40, and I-44, Oklahoma City is the
largest metropolitan area in Oklahoma, with a population of over 1.1
million people. The city has several popular tourist
districts. Stockyards City, on the National Register Historic
District, offers true American West flair with live cattle auctions,
steakhouses, and shops offering handmade western gear. Centered
around the 1-mile Bricktown Canal, the Bricktown entertainment district
offers shopping, dining, and local sports venues. Other sports
attractions include the ASA National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum and
the Ford Center, home of the NBA Oklahoma City Thunder team. On a
more somber note, the Oklahoma City Memorial & Museum remembers the
victims of the infamous bombing.
Skyline of Oklahoma City
• Oklahoma - Find travel information, maps, tourist resources, and more photos of Oklahoma.
• The City of Oklahoma City - Visit the official site for the City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
• Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau - Find travel and tourism information for this leading Oklahoma destination.
• Oklahoma City Guide - Business directory and maps of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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