Things To Do In Oklahoma City

Up to 29% Off Inspirational Christian Women's Event

"Unwrap the Bible: A One-Day Bible Study Event"

Cox Convention Center

$41 $29

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Three authors and Bible teachers explore the lives and messages of three Biblical women; includes live, acoustic worship session

Up to 51% Off Wakeboarding at Wake Zone

Wake Zone

Central Oklahoma City

$38 $19

Adults and kids as young as 6 tour around the aquatic terrain park, pulled by a moving cable over jumps and other stunt-ready obstacles

94% Off MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass

MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass

Multiple Locations

$350 $20

Instructors encourage full-body results in a variety of fitness classes supplemented by a success guide and nutritional coaching

44% Off Recording-Studio Rental

Next Star Studio

Oklahoma City

$90 $50

Recording time inside of a modern-day recording studio, set up for the modern-day artist.

Up to 54% Off Painting Class for One or Two

Therapy a Paint and Sip Boutique

Quail Creek

$40 $19

Artists teach students how to recreate a painting stroke by stroke; complimentary beverages and all supplies are included

62% Off Women's Gym Membership

Mademoiselle Figure and Fitness

Multiple Locations

$52.08 $20

Access to Precor, Life Fitness, and other equipment, as well as group classes such as Zumba and aquatic fitness in the heated pool

Gold's Gym – Up to 67% Off Membership

Gold's Gym

Multiple Locations

$179 $59

Guests pedal and punch in famous gym's group fitness classes; advanced cardio and strength-training equipment fortifies physiques

Up to 70% Off Martial-Arts or Fitness Classes

The Summit Martial Arts

Oklahoma City

$25 $10

Martial-arts and fitness classes help develop self-defense skills, focus, and discipline

Up to 51% Off Open-Play at Bouncin Craze or Bounce Rental

Bouncin Craze

Multiple Locations

$45 $22

Six inflatable structures dot a giant, indoor playground; staff delivers rented bouncers to party site

50% Off Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides

Oklahoma Premier Carriage Company

Downtown Oklahoma City

$40 $20

Equine-powered carriages travel through the hotel district or mural-infused Bricktown while passengers rest atop plush velvet seats

Up to 48% Off Go-Karting at Pole Position Raceway

Pole Position Raceway

Central Oklahoma City

$59.85 $31

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Zip around a quarter-mile indoor course in electric go-karts that accelerate up to 45 mph during 10-minute races against up to 11 racers

48% Off Gymnastics

Mat Trotters Gymnastics

Oklahoma City

$62 $32

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 52% Off Ice Skating

Blazers Ice Centre

Oklahoma City

$24 $12

Guests glide over the OU Sooners's home rink, pausing for hot chocolate or to visit the onsite cafe

60% Off at Yoga at Tiffany’s

Yoga at Tiffany's

Central Oklahoma City

$100 $40.25

Seasoned instructors lead students of all levels through heated and nonheated yoga classes

Up to 69% Off at National Martial Arts

National Martial Arts

Oklahoma City

$65 $19.99

Hybrid brand of martial arts aims to help students of all ages achieve their physical goals

82% Off Three Months of CrossFit Classes

39th Street Strength & Conditioning

Central Oklahoma City

$420 $75

CrossFit classes depend on dynamic functional movements to increase clients' strength and conditioning

Up to 78% Off Martial Arts Lessons

Academy of Martial Arts

Crestline Park/Southbrook

$150 $45

Students steel their bodies and learn valuable self-defense skills with Muay Thai, kickboxing, and boxing classes

Up to 65% Off CrossFit

CrossFit Alter

South Oklahoma City

$165 $69

Ever-changing workouts help guests of all ability build a broad base of fitness through functional movements

50% Off Matchmaking Services

City Social Club

Downtown Oklahoma City

$50 $25

Matchmakers pair clients up with potential love interests through their personal-dating service

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The graceful drape of a chiffon dress. The scent of lilies surrounding the altar. The smooth sweetness of buttercream frosting. These are the entrancing details that make a wedding special, and Bridalifestyle Wedding Magazine's eponymous showcase explores them all in-depth, helping soon-to-be newlyweds decide on the details of their own wedding by displaying innovative ideas for every aspect of the big day. A variety of exhibitors and special guests join the festivities, which range from catering spreads for guests to taste, to discussions of tablescaping and how to select flowers that won't attract bees to a family-only service. Attendees also salivate at samples for cake designs from the area’s best sugar artists and peruse tuxedos, gowns, and bridesmaids dresses before seeing the garments in motion during a bridal fashion show.

5801 W Britton Rd.
Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma
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On the second weekend in November, Vintage Market Days will once again fill the Farmers Public Market with clothing, furnishings, and knick-knacks from days past. Stacy Gray, or Calamity Jane as she's known in the "junk" business, brings this national event to Oklahoma City, helping local antique shoppers and treasure dealers meet and barter within the confines of a historic trading space.

And what a historic space it is; listed on the national register of historic places, the Farmers Public Market opened its doors in 1928, a time when farmers had no place but the roads to sell their wares and shoppers could only wait for mail-order groceries to be invented 50 years later. In its heyday, the market housed not only a variety of stores and markets, but also a concert space where country troubadours including Hank Williams Sr. and Bob Wills plucked at the heartstrings of rapt audiences.

311 South Klein Avenue
Oklahoma City,
OK
US

Every year, the Ultimate Mud Warrior Aftermath 5k unfolds on the same 400-acre property––an expansive piece of land with terrain that ranges from lakes and hills to clay and sand. Beyond that constant, however, the course is transformed from year to year, with newly bulldozed trails and newly built obstacles.

The obstacles are kept hush-hush before the event to add an element of surprise. However, obstacles can include structures such as waterslides, mud pits, and narrow bridges. Situated to maximize spectator involvement, the obstacles don’t aim to scare off participants—competitors can opt out of any that are too difficult. To further accommodate racers of all fitness levels, both running and walking are encouraged, and everyone who reaches the course’s end is honored with a finisher’s medal and a stern handshake from Wilford Brimley.

3501 NE 10th St.
Oklahoma City,
OK
US

A live-action escape challenge, The Escape OKC puts groups of friends to the test by locking them in rooms filled with puzzles, riddles, and clues that lead the way out. The facility currently features two themed rooms: "The Forgotten Outpost," which has a Cold War vibe, and "Four Brothers," which is a twisted philosopher's study. After the door locks behind them, groups have exactly 60 minutes to sift through their room's stuff—its furniture, drawers, maps, and pictures—in search of an escape plan. Recommended for ages 12 and up, the experience requires a great deal of teamwork, as all participants must stay calm, share responsibility, and not scare everyone by wondering aloud who should be eaten first.

912 Northwest 23rd Street
Oklahoma City,
OK
US

At the PASA Certified Okkite kiteboarding school, skilled instructors teach students of all abilities to surf and fly across Lake Hefner. They teach two accelerated classes—one introductory course on land, and a more advanced water class—to help students quickly grasp safe launching, landing, and ejecting techniques. They teach many of these lessons at the aptly named Kite Point, getting students up and surfing in what they consider one of the best kiteboarding spots around.

To further help students reach their kiteboarding goals, they sell a variety of new and used kites, gear, and bottled wind.

274 N May ave
Oklahoma City,
OK
US

Though they have coached celebrities and worked with Broadway producers, the instructors at Elegance Ballroom appreciate that some people just want to cut loose on weekends. In beginner classes, they walk students through a curriculum of ballroom and Latin styles, laying the groundwork for steps such as the tango, foxtrot, rumba, and waltz. Private and group lessons prepare students for competition-level strutting or a casual night out. Regardless of the goal, instructors put guests at ease with encouraging attitudes, a selection of complimentary refreshments, and the solemn promise that they will never release wild wolverines into the studio to punish a missed step.

Apart from classes, staffers host regular practice parties where their protégés can socialize. They also rent out the Elegance Ballroom Event Center for special occasions, prepping food, drinks, and the dance floor to accommodate up to 500 guests.

6901 Northwest 63rd Street
Oklahoma City,
OK
US