Oklahoma City's historic and unique entertainment district with restaurants, nightclubs, sporting facilities, shops, movie theaters and a spectacular canal. For more information on Bricktown, visit www.bricktownokc.com or www.welcometobricktown.com.
Home to eight professional arts organizations, the Civic Center Music Hall is Oklahoma City's premier venue for world-class entertainment. Ballet, theatre, Broadway, chorus, orchestra - all can be found at the Civic Center. For a calendar of events and ticket options, visit www.okcciviccenter.com.
Oklahoma City's plan to redevelop the area between downtown and the Oklahoma River. With the realignment of Interstate 40, Core to Shore will ensure that the 700 acres will be developed with a high-quality and world-class design. Visit downtownokc.com for more information on the project.
Construction is complete on Devon Tower, Devon Energy's new headquarters at the corner of Hudson and Sheridan in downtown OKC. To see renderings of the 50-story building, go to www.pickardchilton.com.
There is always something happening in downtown Oklahoma City. With a variety of museums, musical entertainment, theatre groups, sporting events, restaurants, and nightclubs, there is always something to do any time of the day. Visit downtownokc.com for more information on OKC's entertainment venues.
Residential options in downtown Oklahoma City continue to increase as more and more people enjoy the advantages of downtown living. Leave your car behind and walk to work, catch dinner and a movie, jog along the river - you can do it all downtown! Visit downtownokc.com for more information on downtown living.
With more than 1,400 hotel rooms, downtown Oklahoma City offers a variety of lodging options for the weary business traveler. Visit downtownokc.com f or more downtown hotel options.
More than 1 million people every year attend an event at the Chesapeake Arena. Home to the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder, the Chesapeake Arena ranks among the world's top venues for live concerts, hosting sold-out performances by world-class entertainers. For a calendar of upcoming events at the Chesapeake Arena, visit www.chesapeakearena.com.
Oklahoma City's visionary capital improvement plan for new and upgraded sports, recreation, entertainment, cultural and convention facilities. For more information, visit www.okc.gov/maps/.
The museum houses an incredible collection of American and European painting and sculpture, drawings and prints, photography as well as a spectacular collection of Dale Chihuly glass. There's always something going on at the museum - classes in the Museum School, fine dining at the Museum Cafe, or showings of the finest in independent, foreign language and classic films in the state-of-the-art theatre. Check out what's happening this week by visiting www.okcmoa.com.
Downtown City is getting a makeover! Project 180 is a $140 million redesign of 180 acres of Oklahoma City's downtown streets, sidewalks, parks and plazas. To get more information on the project, visit www.okc.gov/project180.
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