A horse-drawn carriage ride is a romantic way to take in city streets, wander down country lanes, or pick up your towed car from the impound lot. Roll through town with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for a horse-drawn carriage ride for two through Bricktown (a $30 value)
- $20 for a horse-drawn carriage ride for two through the hotel district (a $40 value)<p>
Atop plush velvet seats, twosomes take a break from technology, car engines, and stop signs for 20–30 minutes as they enjoy an eye romp through the enchanting Bricktown area, where they’ll discover Bricktown Ballpark and murals of Oklahoma history. OPC’s hotel ride shuttles passengers through the same locales as the Bricktown ride but also trots past the historic Skirvin Hilton and the newly constructed Devon Tower. Meeting places are determined upon reservation, and rides typically run Thursday–Sunday from 6 p.m. on, though earlier rides may be scheduled by request.
Oklahoma Premier Carriage Company
Oklahoma Premier Carriage Company seduces revelers, lovebirds, and tourists alike with its reliable animal chauffeurs and well-tended carriages. OPC's equine engines—including four clydesdales and two percherons—are clean, obedient, and punctual enough to put principals and robots to shame. They trot through the scenic Bricktown area, which is littered with murals and local history, or pass by luxe buildings on the hotel tour. OPC also charters carriage rides for various special occasions, infusing high-school proms, concerts, or weddings with a sense of old-fashioned grandeur.
What some people are buzzing about:
93% of 664 customers recommend
“the carriage was very nice their was enough room on the carriage for the whole family the driver was very nice me and my family had a great time!”
“Make sure that your on time if you reserve a time slot.they can charge you for the time that they had to wait for you.but they are a great group of guys.so thank you.”
“our driver, Jim Steele, was wonderful...made our ride so much fun. he was very nice to our granddaughter, which we appreciated.”