Oklahoma City offers a number of fun attractions for its visitors and residents, including the Chesapeake Energy Arena, which is located four blocks south of Skirvin Hilton and hosts arena shows and live concerts. Another fun destination, Cox Convention Center, is a short two blocks south of the Skirvin Hilton, and it offers a wide 25,000-square-foot ballroom, 21 meeting rooms, a 15,000-seat arena and a 100,000-square-foot exhibit space covering four city blocks, notes Skirvin Hilton.Continue Reading
Oklahoma City Museum of Art, which is accredited by the American Association of Museums, exhibits contemporary art as well as collections of arts and artifacts spanning 500 years. Civic Center Music Hall has been entertaining visitors since 1937, and it features a number of renovations to its balconies, a multi-story atrium, box seats and suites and a hydraulic orchestra pit as of 2015, according to Skirvin Hilton.
Tourists can also visit The Myriad Botanical Gardens and experience lush gardens, entry plazas, water features, a dog park and an event lawn and pavilion in the center of Downtown Oklahoma City. In addition, tourists can visit the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory, which features a dual-ecosystem habitat that is 224 feet long, carrying 2,000 types of various plant life. Visitors can stroll along the Bricktown Canal and see the different venues and restaurants located along the canal.Learn more about Geography