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The weather in Oklahoma City
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 28° in January. The month of January has nice weather with only 7 rainy days.
Live the spirit of the Great Plains at an Oklahoma City vacation home
In Oklahoma City you can embrace America's wild heartland, like those early pioneers who settled these lands on their own principles. Pick a ranch home with a large yard and plenty of space, or a brick apartment in the heart of town to really feel the city's vibrancy.
Tour through entertainment district of Bricktown, formerly full of red brick warehouses which have now been converted. Bricktown Brewery is a good place to start with its token brick walls and tempting local brews.
Up the ante at classy Mickey Mantle's (named after the Oklahoma-born baseball legend), where their cigar bar will beckon you inside and their impressive steak and seafood menu will keep you busy. Scope out the adjacent Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, home of the OKC Dodgers baseball team.
Memories & memorials
Tipping its hat to Oklahoma's Wild West roots, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is a who's who of the lone stars of the frontier. Start at the Western Performers Hall of Fame, and continue on to ponder treasured works of art like the famous Emigrants Crossing the Plains painting.
After the tragic bombing of the federal building in 1995, the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum was erected in the same spot. Pay homage to the victims in the garden-like setting, which has a beautifully lit marker for each life lost.
The Oklahoma River has long been a source of transportation, development and livelihood for the city, and you can join the action. With Oklahoma River Cruises, choose from a long list of themed rides; from traditional sunset cruises to spooky Halloween trips.
Near the riverside, the Centennial Land Run Monument is an impactive portrayal of life on a wagon train, a key part of the city's early history and growth. Take a walk around and enjoy the monument's peaceful pond with trickling waterfall and surrounding parkland.
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