Get on a bus charter in Edmond, Oklahoma and see the many attractions in the city.
A bus charter in Edmond, Oklahoma can help you tour the following places:
Go to Frontier City, where you can visit the wild west and see how life was different back then. Or you could win big at the Remington Park Racing and Casino.
Catch a concert at the Armstrong Auditorium and enjoy its superior acoustics, as well as admire the three huge Swarovski chandeliers and its other beautiful features. Or perhaps you could go to the Hardeman Auditorium at the University of Oklahoma's Garvey Center. The university holds its annual holiday shows here. Then head out to the Fine Arts Institute of Edmond, where you can catch shows and view art exhibits.
The Kirkpatrick Center, meanwhile, has seven attractions and museums that help you learn more about a wide variety of topics. Included in the museums here are the Oklahoma Air Space Museum, the Science Museum Oklahoma, Red Earth Indian Center, Kirkpatrick Planetarium, Kirkpatrick Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, International Photography Hall of Fame, and the Kirkpatrick Galleries.
You can also check out the University of Central Oklahoma museums and galleries, the university's performing arts venue Mitchell Hall, and the Jazz Lab. Other arts and culture attractions you can go to are Summerstock Productions, Shadid Fine Art Gallery, Science Museum Oklahoma, Oklahoma Firefighters Museum, and the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. You should also watch out for several pieces of public art.
Take time to explore Downtown Edmond and find a great variety of shopping and dining options. There are more than 30 shops here that you can buy from. Then be sure to go to Edmond Farmers Market to buy the freshest fruits and vegetables available. For more fresh produce, go to Festival Market Place and Plaza.
The city has two award winning golf courses. One is the Oak Tree Country Club, an 18-hole course that has close to 7,100 yards of golf from the longest tees. It has a par of 70, a 75.2 course rating, and a 142 slope rating. Designed by Peter Dye, it was opened in 1977 and was named as one of the top rated golf courses for in by Golf Digest Magazine in 2005, one of the country's top 100 residential courses by Golfweek Magazine in 2005, and one of the top 500 holes in the world by Golf Magazine in 2000. Another award winning course is the Oak Tree National Golf Course, which has 18 holes and more than 7,400 yards of golf at the longest tees. It has a 71 par, a 79.3 course rating and a 155 slope rating. This course was also designed by Pete Dye and has earned the following awards: America's Best Top 100 Modern Courses by Golfweek Magazine in 2005 and 2006 and Top Rated Golf Courses for Oklahoma by Golf Digest Magazine in 2005.
Other golf courses you can play on in Edmond are KickingBird Golf Course, River Oaks Golf Club, Coffee Creek Golf Course, Fairfax Golf Club, and Rose Creek Golf Club.
You could also go to the Arctic Edge Ice Arena where you can watch figure skating events and hockey games. Or watch a rodeo at the Lazy E Arena.
There are several sites in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. That includes the Old North Tower on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma, the oldest building on campus and in the entire state. It was built in the 1890s and sports designs created by JG Haskell. There's also Hopewell Baptist Church, which is also known as the Tepee Church because of its similarities with the Indian dwelling. It was designed by Bruce Goff and built in the 1950s. Then you have the American Legion Hut, which was built in the 1930s and has WPA architecture. Other national historic sites you can find in the city are Cartmill Farm House, Citizens State Bank, Edmond Armory, Gower Cemetery, Kivlehen House, and the "Y" Chapel of Song.
You can also stay at the Arcadian Inn, a bed and breakfast that stands on the site of Dr. Ruhl's home. Ruhl was one of the very first few families in the city and is well-known for having lifted his entire house to add an entire ground floor. Then tour the Edmond Evening Sun, which was established in the 1880s. The newly renovated building is now open for tours. Further, check out the Edmond Historical Society and Museum where you can learn more about the city's history. Discover the genealogy of the city's most prominent families, see exhibits on the 1889ers and the military, and view several other national touring exhibits. There is also an interactive display center for kids.
Go to Arcadia Lake where you have a lot of outdoorsy stuff to do including hiking, picnicking, camping, boating, bird watching, swimming, or Frisbee golf. Or you can go to the Bickham Rudkin Park and Community Dog Park, where you have picnic facilities, a fishing pond, and a playground to enjoy. Meanwhile, Hafer Park has picnic pavilions, playgrounds, fishing grounds, and multi-use trails. You can also catch the Summer Concerts in the Park series here.
You might also want to try out agri-tourism at several venues such as the Sorghum Mill Christmas Tree and Blackberry Farm, Cripple Creek Farms, and Deer Creek Vineyard, among others.
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