Central Oklahoma offers an abundance of unique festivals, world-class museums, exciting sporting events and hundreds of events for you and your family to do and see.





Downtown Bethany Merchants Association

Visit a variety of unique shops on historic Route 66 in charming downtown Bethany


Chandler Route 66 Interpretive Center

The Interpretive Center is situated in the native sandstone block, 1930’s-era Armory Building on the prominent crossroads of Route 66 and Mickey Clarkson Avenue in Chandler.


Oklahoma Route 66 Association

The Oklahoma Route 66 Association is a not-for-profit organization made up of volunteers who are dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Route 66.


Chief Drive-In Theatre

Come experience living nostalgia at one of the last standing drive-in theaters in Oklahoma. Showing movies nightly year-round.


City of Choctaw

Choctaw is a small and vibrant community where the values of small town living merge with strong incentives for economic growth.


Eastern Oklahoma County Tourism Council

Eastern Oklahoma County offers comfortable overnight accommodations as well as a diverse selection of restaurants, shopping and services.


Old Germany Restaurant

Original German cuisine including wiener schnitzel, pepper steak, Bavarian round roast and an amazing selection of German beers, wines and fine desserts.


Arcadia Lake

Beautiful Arcadia Lake, located east of I-35 between 2nd and 15th, features water-oriented recreation opportunities in an urban setting.


Armstrong Auditorium

A concert-goers dream, this new auditorium is adorned with Swarovski-trimmed chandeliers, fine crystal, marble and onyx. The hall's incomparable acoustics set this a cultural gem.


Edmond Convention & Visitors Bureau

Located in the heart of Oklahoma, just north of Oklahoma City, Edmond is considered by many to be the "Crown Jewel" of Oklahoma.


Edmond Historical Society Museum

Experience the history of Edmond from the early 1889ers to the first public schoolhouse to modern day Olympic athletes. Featuring a children's hands-on center and National traveling exhibits.


Leaping into History

Find bronze statues like this one all over Edmond. Each has an interesting story to tell.


Mitch Park

This 133-acre park features several playgrounds including handicap accessible facilities, trails, pavillions, picnic tables, grills, amphitheater, multiple activity center/senior center and sports fields.


Old North

First opened for classes in 1893, Old North was the first building of higher education in the state of Oklahoma. Listed on the National Register of Historic places, it has become an icon of the University of Central Oklahoma.



POPS is a Route 66 landmark - from the giant 66-foot LED pop bottle out front, to the biggest, coolest soda pop selection anywhere.


Shannon Miller Park

The park includes one of the community's finest pieces of public art, a bronze statue honoring Edmond native and seven-time gymnastic Olympic medalist Shannon Miller.
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