Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau

Convention Center17,557 sq. m
Guest Rooms16,000
Guest Rooms at 1 Hotel395 Guest Rooms
Special Event Venues126
Average Room Rate$84.00
Daily Food Cost$66.00
Occupancy Rate100%
Tax Rate8.38%

Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau


Why Choose Our Destination?

If you’ve never been to Oklahoma City, you just may be surprised by all we have to offer. And if it’s been a few years since your last visit, we know you’ll be amazed by our progress. Over the past two decades, we’ve transformed our city through more than $5 billion of public and private investment in quality-of-life projects and improvements. These improvements combined with Oklahoma City’s 16,000 hotel rooms, affordable rates, and friendly atmosphere, make it one of the most accommodating meeting destinations in the Southwest. There’s never been a better time to meet in Oklahoma City. And with a new 200,000 sq. ft. convention center coming to downtown Oklahoma City in 2018, a new 70-acre urban park planned just south of the new convention center, and numerous other public and private projects in downtown Oklahoma City and the Bricktown Entertainment District planned for the near future, you can understand why we believe it’s only going to get better.

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Distance from Airport

  • Will Rogers World Airport

    16.09 km from City Center


Local Attractions

Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Garden

8 mi. away
Let the good times ROAR! The Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Garden is home to more than 2,000 animals, including 50 endangered or threatened species. At the Zoo, you can discover the state-of-the-art Elephant Habitat, as well as the Great EscApe, Cat Forest, Lion Overlook, Children’s Zoo and more.
2101 NE 50th St.
Oklahoma City, OK, US 73111

Oklahoma City Museum of Art

4 blocks away
Glorious galleries, fine dining, amazing art, afternoon tea, art classes, film screening, a treasure-filled gift shop and more – The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is big on activities, culture and fun. Each year more than 125,000 people come through the doors of the museum to explore collections covering five centuries of European and American art, not to mention a growing collection of contemporary art and a comprehensive collection of glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly.
415 Couch Drive
Oklahoma City, OK, US 73102

Oklahoma History Center

4 mi. away
Oklahoma’s history goes well beyond the cowboys and Indians that often come to mind. Aviation, movies, World War II, fashion – Oklahomans played a role in it all. A Smithsonian-affiliate, the Oklahoma History Center features five extraordinary galleries housing more than 200 hands-on audio, video and computer activities. Located across the street from the State Capitol and filled with thousands of artifacts, the History Center is the place to discover the multifaceted story of Oklahoma.
800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive
Oklahoma City, OK, US 73105

Bricktown Entertainment District

2 blocks away
What do you get when you take an old warehouse district, spruce it up and fill it with restaurants, shops and entertainment options? In this case, you get Bricktown, the fastest-growing entertainment district in the southwest. Its prime location – just east of downtown and a short walk from the Cox Convention Center and the Chesapeake Energy Arena – should have it at the very top of your list. Here are a few other enticements: Dozens of restaurants. The opportunity to cruise the Bricktown Canal. Home to the American Banjo Museum. A great place to catch the latest flicks (at Harkins Theatre). A wide array of nightlife options, including a local brewery. A great place for live music enthusiasts. The best place to catch a foul ball (at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark). What more could you ask for?
2 S. Mickey Mantle Dr.
Oklahoma City, OK, US 73104

Science Museum Oklahoma

8 mi. away
It’s the place for hands-on, science-related family fun with activities and exhibits focused on aviation, space and so much more. And just happens to be right next door to the Zoo.
2100 NE 52nd St
Oklahoma City, OK, US 73111

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

8 mi. away
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is America’s premier institution of Western history, art and culture. Founded in 1955, the museum in Oklahoma City collects, preserves and exhibits an internationally renowned collection of Western art and artifacts while sponsoring dynamic educational programs and ground-breaking scholarly research to stimulate interest in the enduring legacy of our American West. More than 10 million visitors from around the world have sought out this unique museum to gain better understanding of the West: a region and a history that permeates our national culture.
1700 NE 63rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK, US 73111

Myriad Botanical Gardens & Tropical Bridge Conservatory

1 block away
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of downtown Oklahoma City with a stroll through the Myriad Botanical Gardens & Tropical Bridge Conservatory. Located on the southern border of downtown, this 17-acre outdoor wonderland includes interactive water features, a children’s garden, dog release area, grand event lawn, and, if you find yourself here during the winter months, an outdoor ice skating rink. The Tropical Bridge Conservatory – or the “tube” as it’s referred to by locals – houses more than 2,000 plant varieties in two distinct climates.
301 W. Reno
Oklahoma City, OK, US 73102

Boathouse District

1 mi. away
Located on the Oklahoma River in downtown Oklahoma City, the Boathouse District is emerging as one of the world’s premier sites for both rowing and canoe/kayak – and as a “go to” place for Oklahoma City metro area families and visitors looking for outdoor fun. RIVERSPORT Adventures offers family fun March to October with adventure courses, zip lines, rock climbing, cycling and on-the-water activities including kayaking, dragon boating and stand up paddle boarding. Visit riversportokc.org to learn more. The Oklahoma River also hosts family festivals, races and regattas on the river throughout the year. Check the calendar to see what’s coming up. The U.S. Olympic Committee has recognized the Oklahoma River as a U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Site, and you’ll find Olympic hopefuls in both rowing and canoe/kayak training at the OKC National High Performance Center.
725 S Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK, US 73129