About Downtown OKC
Many buildings in Downtown Oklahoma City sustained serious damage in the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. City leaders worked diligently to revitalize the area and today it has become a vibrant place where residents and visitors will find countless enjoyable options. There are plenty of restaurants, bars, hotels and entertainment venues in all of its districts. Downtown Oklahoma City has five districts where both locals and visitors will find a variety of attractions, events and restaurants. Music lovers will enjoy attending concerts at the Coca Cola Bricktown Events Center in the Bricktown Entertainment District while sports enthusiasts will have a great time watching minor league baseball games at the AT&T Bricktown Ballpark. Events at the Oklahoma City Arena in Bricktown include basketball games as well as concerts. There are also hotels near these attractions for visitors or locals looking to stay closeby to the venue. The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is in the downtown Arts District. This District is home to the Oklahoma City Civic Center where plays and concerts are held. Another district called the Automobile Alley District is home to new businesses and residences. The city?s government offices are in the Business District. The Deep Deuce District was once the premier jazz district in the state, and today there are a number of popular restaurants here. The activity in downtown does not stop when the sun goes down. Downtown OKC has plenty of nightlife with all of its' nightclubs and bars in both the Bricktown District and Deep Deuce District. Live music performances are part of the area?s nightlife as well. Downtown OKC also provides public transportation options which include trolleys and buses to help locals and visitors catch every exciting venue and event possible.