As far as
online resources go for the tourist to Oklahoma City
to scope out before a visit, the state capital’s
has a surprisingly aesthetically unappealing interface. Despite messiness, the pages are navigable and informative. If you go to the Things To Do link, you will find an extensive events list around which you may fine-tune a pre-designed itinerary.
All this said, stick with the
Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau
. Snazzy and accessible, here you can find quick links to Things to See and Do, Events, Group Tour & Travel, Meet in OKC, and Accommodations, among other practical portals. The drop down under Things To See and Do has information on just about any attraction, consumerism, or culture the city has to offer the first-timer, glutted with summaries and links to every hotspot.
The city’s Chamber of Commerce site
is geared more towards residents and established and incoming businesses than to visitors. It cannot be emphasized enough that the Convention and Visitors Bureau web is the place to go; it is simply one of the cleanest, best online presences for tourist information and guidance for any city in the world.