Oklahoma City city life
Whether you’d like to discover a new piece of the American history, enjoy outdoor activities, have fun and get entertained in an amusement park or a night club, Oklahoma City has it all. Oklahoma City combines a friendly atmosphere with a bustling environment with people always on the go.
Some of the most popular attractions in Oklahoma City include:
- Oklahoma City Museum of Art
- The Science Museum Oklahoma
- The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
- The Myriad Botanical Gardens – including the beautiful Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory
Whenever you’d like to see a play, check out the Lyric Theatre or the Jewel Box Theatre, and the Civic Center Music Hall offers many live performances from the Oklahoma City Ballet, the Oklahoma City Opera, and the Oklahoma City Philharmonic.
You can have a bundle of fun at two awesome amusement parks, Frontier City theme park (where you can experience the ‘Old West’) and White Water Bay water park.
Oklahoma City also has a thriving night life; you can find many entertainment venues in the Bricktown Entertainment District.
Sport fans can enjoy matches from several professional sports teams, including basketball soccer, and baseball.
International atmosphere in Oklahoma City
Apart from welcoming international students, Oklahoma City is home to a few minorities like Asian, Hawaiian, and Hispanic people.
Oklahoma City is also attracting foreign investment as the city covers international trade and business collaborations in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, China and Mexico promoting and facilitating business opportunities. Oklahoma City has more than 150 international companies.
Weather Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City has more than 300 days of sunshine per year, but snowfalls and northerly winds may occur during the winter. Rainfalls are mostly present in May and June. Summers are pretty hot with average temperatures of 28 °C (83 °F) in July, and in January, you would experience a daily temperature of around 4°C (39 °F).