Rodeway Inn & Suites

321 South Rockwell Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73128, United States
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  • Families75
  • Couples60
  • Solo0
  • Business25

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Travel Tips for Oklahoma City

Under the Lights

by mrclay2000

Although I have found very few examples of what I would call the ornate "European" lamp in the United States, I sorely wish we would build more of them. Public lamps and natural water courses make for the coziest atmosphere and romantic settings, yet we seldom arrange affairs this way in the United States in general, and in Oklahoma City in particular. Most of our downtown lamps follow the style depicted, an ordinary cluster of plain spheres. In this particular example however, at least (and this is not saying much) the branches are formed of dragon's heads before ballooning into the bulbs (coincidentally, this happens to be the lighting in front of the CityChurch -- see Must See tips).

A Romanesque Tower

by mrclay2000

A little south of the downtown area lies one of the more concentrated Hispanic areas of Oklahoma City, and within this particular enclave rises an odd church tower. Though the Little Flower Catholic Church itself is no great marvel, having plain windows and a rectangular and plain sanctuary, its Romanesque tower in the center is unique among Oklahoma City churches. Due to the fact that little in the neighborhood is worth noting for the passing traveler, the picturesque tower becomes even more conspicuous.

Great food, wonderful ambience

by rexvaughan about Othello's

Othello’s offers a rare combination of really good food and enough charm and offbeat decor to be really appealing to me. The building itself is in the center of the old town of Edmond, now a large and bustling suburb of Oklahoma City. In former lives it was a movie theater and a hospital. We had a table upstairs with a view over the main room which adds a little bit of an elegant touch. The decor is hard to describe but very appealing and to me it was crowned by photos of Marilyn Monroe which I encountered covering the walls of the men’s room. I had the stuffed manicotti with proscuitto and a nice cream sauce which was very nice and we finished by sharing a very good tiramisu. We went with my nephew and his family who live nearby and are regulars at Othello’s. We will go back again.

One of Oklahoma City's First Industries

by mrclay2000

The Oklahoman Building (former seat of the Oklahoma Publishing Company) is the cornerstone of what has become a publishing and entertainment empire. Listed on the national register of historic places, this building occupies a difficult slope on N. Broadway (note the varying heights of the pediments on the front columns). Built by the Gaylord family in 1909, the company's growth eventually forced the administration and newsprint production into a sprawling complex several miles north of this building, still on Broadway Extension.

Omnidome - Kirkpatrick Planetarium

by mrclay2000

Apart from being the only IMAX theater in town (the Omnidome), the Kirkpatrick Air & Space Museum has a host of attractions, ranging from its air & space exhibits, to the planetarium and museum store, to the Japanese gardens and greenhouse, to the hands on exhibits for your kids (350 displays known as KIDSPACE). This is a unique collection of educational programs and exhibits that make the Kirkpatrick an interesting stop on your tour. The double bonus is that the Omnidome-Kirkpatrick is two minutes' walk from the Oklahoma City Zoo entrance.

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Address: 321 South Rockwell Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73128, United States