For Oklahomans looking to explore the ‘City With No Limits,’ we understand the desire to go to Dallas. Dallas is known for having the most restaurants per capita in all of Texas, so there is bound to be new eats to try for even the pickiest of eaters. Many visitors come to Dallas to take a look at the breathtaking works at the Dallas Museum of Art, stroll down the Katy Trail, or scale the famous Reunion Tower. You can also take a picture with Big Tex at the State Fair of Texas from September 25th to October 28th. If you are looking to end your typical night with flair, we suggest the well-known Dallas Uptown. While in Uptown we urge you to check out Playground Neighborhood Bar. Take a look at their delicious drink menu and find something that is truly Instagram worthy. Just know that, no matter where you stop to relax, there will always be a TV playing the Dallas Cowboys’ games during football season.
And for Dallasites looking to see the ‘Sooner State,’ there is something to do for everyone. With more than 250 days of sunshine recorded, there are so many fun outdoor activities. You can get in the water at the well-known Boathouse District. A place known as an Olympic training ground for water sports enthusiasts. However, you don’t need to be an Olympian to enjoy kayaking, adventure courses, and ziplining. If you like live music and local talent, come check out “Live on the Plaza,” where every second Friday of the month, you can enjoy the streets filled with talented musicians. If you are able to look past the burnt orange and crimson rivalry, visit the Oklahoma Memorial Stadium and catch a Sooner game. Wanting a cool escape from the sun? Come check out The National Cowboy & Western History Museum and learn all about the rich history of the American West. From kayaking to museums, Oklahoma City prides itself on being rich in western culture and outdoor adventure. We hope to see you soon(er)!