Reasons to Visit Oklahoma City
The Old West meets modern conveniences in Oklahoma City. Here you can take in a horse show or tour a working stockyard, learn about Native American history, attend a musical, do yoga outdoors at the Myriad Botanical Gardens, bask in luxury at a high-end spa, or eat lamb fries at Cattlemen's Steakhouse, the city's oldest restaurant.
When to Visit Oklahoma City
From twice-yearly craft fairs to film festivals, marathons, regattas, and the prestigious Prix de West exhibition at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, there’s always a good reason to visit Oklahoma City no matter when you choose to come. Consider planning your Oklahoma City travel for spring or fall to avoid the summer heat.
Oklahoma City Weather
If you’re basing your Oklahoma City travel around the weather, you’ll want to visit in late spring or very early summer before the temperatures start to soar. July and August are scorching with average highs in the 90s Fahrenheit, but winters are mild with little snow. Visit Oklahoma City in late October or early November to see fall foliage.