Places In Oklahoma City You Must Visit In Winter

Every year around this time in winter, the cowboy capital of the United States gets dressed like a beautiful charm. Visitors from all around the world wait for this auspicious time of the year with their hearts filled with hope and excitement. The Oklahoma City disappoints none and accepts each and every person that knocks on its doors, in search of enjoyment, happiness, and relief. The City features various festive activities, decorated buildings, and churches that enlighten the native culture of America. Some places in Oklahoma City that are worth visiting at this time of the year are;

The Winterfest:

If you want a place perfect for an adventurous yet seasonal photographs then, we suggest you visit this place in downtown Tulsa. Here you'll find everything you need. The main attraction is its abnormally huge Christmas tree, in fact, Oklahoma's tallest. The tree measures 44 feet, vertically and decorated with 35,700 lights in total. Not a single doubt, that when you take a photo of you with others accompanying you here, it's going to be ridiculously awesome. There are also free rides here, so you can feel the thrill running through your veins when shouting with excitement. Interested in something romantic? Here you got that covered. Walk along the Arkansas River reflecting the twinkling lights of the Authority’s River Lights which seem like starts right below the water.

The Cherokee Heritage Center:

A non-profit historical society that protects the historical and cultural artifacts, crafts and the languages that were discovered in the ancient village of Cherokee. In every Winter, around the time of new years these people organize a showcase of the belongings of the Cherokee people. The event is like a time travel to the medieval era. If you have some guests, who would want to explore and know more about the history, then this place is an absolute gold mine for them. The event takes place in Tahlequah and is open for visitation from 10 in the morning to 9 in the evening, for all days of the week.

Chickasaw Cultural Center:

Speaking of historical display events, how can we forget about the Chickasaw Cultural Center. The place is located in Sulphur Oklahoma, near the Chickasaw National Recreation Area. The site receives a massive tourism levels near new year and thus the event has been improved much more since in the last year. The site spreads over 109-acre campus which has historical museums, where people can visit and relive the Chickasaw Culture and their lifestyle.

Oklahoma Aquarium:

The Oklahoma Aquarium, located in Jenks, a southern suburb of Tulsa is the best place to visit if you have children accompanying you. All the kids love it here. The blue water surrounding them with various types of life forms ranging from big sharks to small fishes and turtles. The place has its tours designed in such a way that you don't feel lost and experience the aquatic life from every possible angle. The site also features a big and beautiful underground tunnel flow just like those, that one may see in the movies. The view from inside the tunnel really is fascinating.
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