Home to more than 16,000 people, Ada is the seat of Pontotoc County. The city was named after Ada Reed, and you can explore it on a bus charter in Ada, Oklahoma.
A bus charter in Ada, Oklahoma can take you to the following places:
Play at the Ada Gaming Center where you have more than 22,400 sq. ft. of gaming space that features bingo, slot machines and electronic games, among others.
Catch the Ada Shakespeare Company perform at the Wintersmith Park Amphitheatre. The group is known for performances of Shakespeare's best tragedies and comedies that they hold outdoors in June and in October.
Meanwhile, the McSwain Theatre & Art Gallery is the go-to attraction for arts lovers. The venue was built in the 1920s and featured Vaudeville acts and silent films. Today, music fans can enjoy great concerts here, as well as movies, theater shows, plays, and other special events. The art gallery, meanwhile, has several exhibits featuring artists from the world over.
You should also check out the Arts District of Ada, where you can visit artist studios, sculpture gardens, and galleries. Find artists at work here using different media, or check out the iron horse that stands 27 feet up into the air. Then attend an outdoor event at the Centennial Plaza. And while you are at it, go to the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center, where you have 85,000 square feet of space that includes a 1,000-seat performance venue, a sculpture gallery, art galleries, and a black box theater.
You also have several events here including the Pat Taylor Memorial Parade of Lights, the Ada Gem, Mineral & Fossil Club Swap, Show & Sale, Pontotoc County Quilt Show, Ada Medieval Fair, and the Pontotoc County Free Fair.
There are three golf courses in Ada that you can play on: Oak Hills Country Club, Eccentric Duffer Golf Course and Range, and Lakewood Golf Course.
There are several sites in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Ada Public Library, which is now the Ada Arts and Heritage Center, was built in the 1930s and has a colonial revival design created by Albert S. Ross and the Chapman Construction Co. The museum has several art displays that changes throughout the year. The Pontotoc County Courthouse has a mix of late 19th and 20th century revival and built in the 1920s and was remodeled in 2011. Another architectural treasure you could find in Ada is the Sugg Clinic, which was built in the 1920s through the 1940s and features a streamline modern architecture. Other nationally registered sites are Bebee Field Round House, East Central State Normal School, Mijo Camp Industrial District, and F.W. Meaders House.
Try noodling in Ada, where you can catch fish with your own hand and feet. You can bag the biggest catfish you can find as the male catfish watch over the eggs laid from May to August. You should also go to Wintersmith Park where you have a lake, stone bridges, walking trails and a public amphitheater, as well as facilities for swimming, horseshoe, softball, basketball, volleyball and softball. This is also the best place to have a picnic and play at the playground. Also visit the Kiwanis amusement park and the zoo. The 150-acre park is on the National Register of Historic Places. The city also has five other parks that you can visit as well as several green spaces.
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