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Fulfill Your New Year’s Resolution in Oklahoma City’s Adventure District
By Tourism Industry Partner
OKLAHOMA CITY– Make your New Year’s resolution to spend more time with family in Oklahoma City’s Adventure District. Families can experience adventure through a broad range of entertainment options that appeal to those of all ages.
The Adventure District is located at the crossroads of I-35 and I-44 where families can visit four outstanding attractions—all located within two miles of one another. Each with free parking, the attractions include Oklahoma City Zoo, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Remington Park Horse Racing & Casino, and ASA National Softball Hall of Fame.
Named the third-most family-friendly zoo in the nation, the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden is home to more than 2,000 of the world’s most exotic animals spanning 110 beautifully landscaped acres. For the months of January and February, Monday admission is free to explore the Zoo. This Spring families will be amazed at the new state-of-the-art Asian Elephant habitat featuring 9.5 acres of Asian themed buildings and the beloved animals.
Western heritage comes alive at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum through stunning art, historical objects and professional exhibitions in a breathtaking setting. From fine art, pop culture and firearms to the newly renovated Native American gallery and unique shopping and dining, the museum is a must-see destination for those of all ages.
The National Softball Hall of Fame hosts thousands of participants and spectators each year during the NCAA Women’s College World Series and World Cup of Softball. The hall features a fascinating museum and gift shop complete with USA Softball collectables.
Families can catch live or simulcast horse racing at Oklahoma City’s no. 1 sporting entertainment, Remington Park. Oklahoma’s finest horse racing facility features both Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse seasons along with live music and fine dining with the new Henry Hudson’s Pub.
For more information about Oklahoma City’s Adventure District or to request a brochure with valuable savings on admission, call 405-290-PLAY or visit www.okcadventure.com <http://www.okcadventure.com> .
Lacey Lett, Coordinator
Oklahoma City's Adventure District
822 North Broadway
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Phone: 405.290.PLAY (7529)
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