Oklahoma City has some wonderful attractions located near the hotel and Lincoln Inn is in the heart of Oklahoma City's Adventure District. More than 3.3 million people visit the District each year, not only to watch a great horse race or softball game but also to visit 2,200 exotic animals, try their luck at the slot machines and see John Wayne paraphernalia. The District comprises a complete vacation getaway for all members of the family. Check at the front desk for local and seasonal events, or see below for some great ideas for fun. We're happy to help you make the most of your time here.
While at The Oklahoma City Zoo, check out the elephant exhibit, the beautiful snow leopards and the entertaining apes. Also be sure to spend some time on the Oklahoma Trails, the newest exhibit, featuring 800 species animals native to Oklahoma, including wolves, bears, cougars, rattlesnakes, and roadrunners.
Take your kids to enjoy a day of fun, adventure, and hands on learning at the Omniplex Science Museum. They can play on the world's tallest spiral slide; learn about space exploration; tinker in the garage and send objects flying through a wind tube; confuse their eyes and mind at the Mind Games exhibit; and explore the history of trains and aviation.
Looking for some adult-only fun? Hit the jackpot and try your luck at Remington Park, where you can bet on horses, cards, or slots. Three restaurants and seven bars to choose from!
Located on more than 100 acres in NE Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma State Capitol is the only capitol in the world surrounded by working oil wells. One is even named Petunia #1, because it was drilled in the middle of a flower bed. Self-guided tours are available and trained volunteers conduct informative 45 minute capitol tours.
Regarded as the best softball facility in the world, the ASA Hall of Fame Complex is a must-see for all softball fans. This complex has been host to national teams, the World Cup of Softball, and the NCAA Women's College World Series. Here you'll also find the ASA or National Softball Hall of Fame Museum and the home of the Amateur Softball Association of America.
Learn about the history of the American West and cowboys. Permanent exhibits include the American Cowboy Gallery, American Rodeo Gallery, Art of the American West, Firearms, the Frontier West, the Native American Gallery, the Western Performers Gallery, and the Children's Cowboy Corral.
Learn about Oklahoma's 45th Infantry Division and their heroic service during WWII and the Korean War. The 15-acre park and museum feature all kinds of military and war memorabilia, and serves as a monument and tribute to American soldiers.
Bricktown in Downtown less than 5 miles away Take a boat ride in the canal; watch a basketball, hockey or baseball game; go see a world-class concert; or eat at one of the more than 40 great restaurants.
Find something fun for everyone at Frontier City. Choose from family rides, perfect for the little ones; thrill rides, including a classic wooden roller coaster; water rides; and classic attractions, such as the carousel.
Another great crowd-pleasing option; take a trip down the "free fall" slide, lazily float around the creek, or hang out with the family on one of the raft rides.
Ask about our discounted packages for Frontier City Amusement Park and White Water Bay Water Park. For more coupons to local attractions, click here.