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Bricktown is a vibrant and lively neighborhood in Oklahoma City. It's full of places to dine, listen to music or watch a ballgame at the AT&T Bricktown Ballpark. Further, there are shopping options; including the Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World as well as the Red Dirt Marketplace and Emporium. Bricktown also features a riverwalk, canal system similar to what can be found in downtown San Antonio that adds to this enjoyable district in OKC.
Bricktown has become a fun source of entertainment for the Oklahoma City area in recent years and is well worth an evening out for all visitors to OKC. The website has lots more info about Bricktown and its history.
For an events calendar, see http://www.bricktownokc.com/index.php...
Depending on the time of year, you can also walk from Bricktown (or take the trolley for free) to Chesapeake Arena and take in an NBA Thunder Basketball game. http://www.chesapeakearena.com/ The arena has been extensively renovated and is beautiful, the energy is absolutely electric, and the great young team is the reason the Thunder went all the way to the Finals of the NBA 2011-2012 Championship.
Located right on the canal in Bricktown is Pinot's Palette. Oklahoma City's premier paint and sip art studio. Join us for a fun-filled, party atmosphere at Pinot's Palette. Sip wine and mingle with friends as our local artists lead you step-by-step through the featured painting of the night! Check out our calendar here: https://www.pinotspalette.com/Brickto...
You can catch the trolley, which is free to the public and goes to the favorite tourist attractions, including the Oklahoma City Memorial which is a short ride from Bricktown. http://www.gometro.org/trolley There's also a metro bus system. For that schedule, go to http://www.gometro.org/metro-link