#1: See the sights from Adventure Sky Trail
The best views of the city are from the top of the Sandridge Adventure Sky Trail—an 80-foot structure and the tallest adventure course of its kind in the world.
#2: Say "Howdy" to Buffalo Bill
The Buffalo Bill statue at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is one of the largest bronze sculptures west of the Mississippi and is surrounded by acres of beautiful landscape outside the museum.
#3: Gaze at 55 feet of beauty
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is home to one of the most comprehensive collections of Dale Chihuly glass sculptures in the world, including the 55-foot Eleanor Blake Kirkpatrick Memorial Tower in the atrium of the museum.
#4: Feed the animals at the OKC Zoo
Get an up-close encounter at the OKC Zoo when you feed the tallest animals in the world at the Giraffe Feeding Platform or make a splash when you feed stingrays at Stingray Bay.
#5: Go tropical at the Crystal Bridge
The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory at the Myriad Botanical Gardens is a beautiful oasis downtown featuring multiple waterfalls and 750 varieties of tropical plant life.
#6: Chow down on the "Mother Tucker"
The fried onion burger is an Oklahoma original. Ask a local where to grab one and chances are they will tell you Tucker’s Onion Burgers. There, you can get a single, a double or, if you dare, triple the beef with the "Mother Tucker".
#7: Take a Bricktown Canal water taxi
Take a seat and enjoy the sites of OKC’s Entertainment District on the Bricktown Water Taxi. Boats run continuously every 10-15 minutes and tickets are all-day passes.
#8: Try the lamb fries ( . . . uh, the what?)
A trip to OKC isn’t complete without trying the lamb fries at Cattlemen’s Steakhouse, Oklahoma City’s oldest continuously operated restaurant.
#9: Discover the fun at CurioCity
CurioCity gives families the opportunity to explore, play and create together with new discoveries around every turn.
#10: Visit the OKC Memorial and Museum
If you've never been inside the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, it's definitely worth a stop.
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