Situated in the heart of the city's vibrant downtown area, Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown places hotel guests near the many things to do in OKC. Whether you're looking to enjoy cultural activities, seeking a night out on the town or eager to cheer on one of the city's sports teams, we have plenty of suggestions for activities to do while visiting Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City's Bricktown Entertainment District
Located on the eastern border of downtown Oklahoma City, Bricktown is OKC's premier nightlife and entertainment district.
Cox Convention Center: Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown is directly connected to the 32,000 square foot Cox Convention Center, making it easy for hotel guests to attend a trade show, concert or sporting event.
Oklahoma City Museum of Art: With the most inclusive collection of Dale Chihuly glass in the world, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art is an essential thing to do for art-lovers visiting OKC.
Chesapeake Energy Arena: Root on the Oklahoma City Thunder or attend a live concert at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, which is located right across the street from Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown.
Oklahoma City Dodgers and Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark: Frequently a host of the Big 12 Baseball Tournament, AT&T Bricktown Ballpark is also the home stadium of the Oklahoma Redhawks AAA baseball team.
Oklahoma City's Adventure District
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum: Mosey on down to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and learn about the brave pioneers who settled the West, drove cattle and helped keep the peace in the Wild West.
Remington Park Racing Casino: The first legalized gambling venue in the state of Oklahoma, Remington Park Racing Casino is also known as one of the best race tracks in the country. Offering horse races , an outdoor park area, slot machines, an arcade and a restaurant, Remington Park Racing offers plenty of things to do for travelers to Oklahoma City.
Science Museum Oklahoma: Take the kids to the Science Museum Oklahoma and enjoy a hands-on, interactive learning environment and plenty of fascinating exhibits.
Oklahoma City Zoo: Rated one of the 10 best zoos in the country, the Oklahoma City Zoo is a popular thing to do with travelers of all ages. It features a wealth of activities that the kids will love, including a butterfly exhibit, elephant habitat and a Children's Zoo.
Myriad Botanical Gardens: With more than 1000 different species of plants from six different continents, the Myriad Botanical Gardens offers you 17 acres of exotic nature in Oklahoma City. In addition to the beautiful scenery, you will find a children's garden with story trees, climbing structure and a hedge maze.
National Softball Hall of Fame: Located in Oklahoma City's Adventure District, the National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum brings to life the history of the game of softball and its most talent players.
Oklahoma Firefighters Museum: Head down to the Adventure District and learn about the brave firefighters who have kept Oklahoma City safe in the oldest fire department in the United States with antique fire equipment, items from the Ben Franklin Collection, and other exhibits that reveals its history.
Oklahoma City Thunder: Don't miss your chance to cheer on one of the NBA's most exciting teams at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Chesapeake Boathouse: With advanced equipment in both cardio and weight training, fitness courses, and bike and boat rentals,the Chesapeake Boathouse is the ideal location for recreation and fitness. Experience the Oklahoma River at its finest!
Oklahoma Sooners: Get your college football fix with the University of Oklahoma's Oklahoma Sooners. With seven national championships, they won't disappoint.
International Gymnastics Hall of Fame: Dedicated to preserving and promoting the legacy of gymnastics, the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame celebrates the sport's greatest champions. Experience the greatness of the world renowned gymnasts with more than 75 legends and 20 different nations represented.
OKC Energy: The Energy are the newest team to join the United Soccer League, which is the largest elite level soccer league in North America below the MLS.
Oklahoma City Dodgers: The Dodgers play at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark and are a Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Colleges & Universities
University of Oklahoma: The University of Oklahoma is home to 22,000 undergraduates, 170 areas of study and 19 NCAA athletic teams. Offering a world-renowned meteorology program, OU also houses the National Weather Center.
- AT&T Bricktown Ballpark
- Chesapeake Boathouse
- Chesapeake Energy Arena
- Cox Convention Center
- International Gymnastics Hall of Fame
- Myriad Botanical Gardens
- National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
- National Softball Hall of Fame
- Oklahoma City Museum of Art
- Oklahoma City Zoo
- Oklahoma Firefighters Museum
- Remington Park Racing Casino
- Science Museum Oklahoma
- The University of Oklahoma