- The list below includes 77 free or cheap things to do in or near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, including 41 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Art Museum, History Museums and Malls.
- From Hefner Lake & Park to Centennial Land Run Monument, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Oklahoma City and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Edmond, Norman, Yukon and Guthrie.
The Motorsport Lab Oklahoma City MoreLess Info
Drivers get behind the wheel of a Lamborghini or Ferrari with an instructor for laps around an autocross car-control course
Located next to the Firehouse Art Center, Lion's Park features open grass fields with trees, tennis courts and backstops for baseball. The park also provides a picnic shelter, walking paths, a gazebo and a children's playground.
Founded in 1963, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art is an on-campus facility which houses diverse collections of French, American and Native Indian art, coupled with numerous scupltures, paintings, photographs and ceramics of traditional and contemporary art styles.
Home to over 30,000 students, the University of Oklahoma is a public state university founded in 1890. The school is popular for both its academics as well as its football, basketball, and other athletic teams.
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180 W. Brooks St., Norman, OK MoreLess Info
Legends Lobby at the Barry Switzer Center, a part of the University of Oklahoma, is an on-campus specialty museum which showcases the history of the college football team known as the Sooners. The museum houses a variety of memorabilia including trophies, videos, photographs and more.
The Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium is an on-campus football stadium of the University of Oklahoma Sooners. The facility is one of the largest stadiums in America and plays host to not only football matches but also music events.
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2401 Chautauqua Ave., Norman, OK 73072 MoreLess Info
A part of the University of Oklahoma, Sam Noble Museum features multiple exhibits on a wide range of subjects including natural history, world cultures, Native American history, and more.
Located within a residential area, Reaves Park is a public park offering a number of amenities for visitors to enjoy. These amenities include picnic areas, a basketball court, softball fields, and a walking/jogging trail around the park.
National Weather Center is home to many climatologists, scientists and students who participate in an ongoing weather research and forecast system. Guided tours of the facility which features a global display system called Science on a Sphere among many other displays, are available.
Boasting of a large domestic and exotic collection of animals, Tiger Safari is a non-profit organization that offers safari tours and even private birthday parties. If you are not satisfied they also provide one-on-one interaction with your chosen animals—by appointment.