Social distancing is the best choice you can make for your family, yourself and our community at large, but that doesn’t imply it needs to be boring! Oklahoma City attractions and places are closed due to COVID-19, but many are supplying an opportunity to experience their facilities almost. Head over to the Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau for compiling the list below. Be sure to check out their lists of neighborhood restaurants and shops it’s possible to support during this time period!
Oklahoma City Zoo
You can take a live virtual safari every day at two p.m. to keep up with our zoo animals and the people that care for them! Tune into OKC Zoo @ Two for caretaker chats, wellness examinations, behind-the-scenes animal encounters, and unexpected adventures.
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
Follow Tim, head of safety turned social media extraordinaire, as he gives behind-the-scenes (and humorous ) upgrades from the museum’s galleries and archives. You may also take a virtual trip through some of the museum’s online displays!
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Nothing beats a stroll through the galleries of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, but now, a virtual visit is the next greatest thing. Follow OKCMOA’s Facebook and Museum Films Blog for on-site educational activities, collection insights, movie screenings you can watch from your home and artist features.
American Banjo Museum
Did you understand one of the largest collections of banjos IN THE WORLD resides in Oklahoma City? Until you may see it in person, allow the American Banjo Museum to be your guide to the banjo’s rich history and boundless future with virtual tours and concerts every day! (P.S. They’re also accepting song asks on Facebook.)
Each Friday and Saturday night from 6 to 7:30 pm, song into Factory Obscura because of its LIVE in Mix-Tape series, a free livestream of two local acts performing inside the Mix-Tape Experience.
Exhibit C Native Gallery & Gifts
The typical right now is social distancing, but nobody said anything about artwork distancing. Check out Exhibit C’s most up-to-date exhibit, Home on the Range, and inform them if you see a piece of art you want to purchase!
Museum of Osteology
Learning doesn’t have to stop just because colleges are outside and the Museum of Osteology has made at-home schooling fun and simple with several resources out there in their online store. Be sure to follow their Facebook page for live updates!
Until you’re ready to enjoy a night out in the movies again, tune to deadCenter Film. They’re featuring some of the top (and currently streaming!) Movie recommendations from previous deadCenter Film Festivals on Facebook.
Instead of an in-person workout, RIVERSPORT Adventures is collecting fitness hacks that will assist you to keep active in your home! Follow along with RIVERSPORT Connects for tips and techniques from athletes, coaches, and outdoor fans.