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Seattle has Pioneer Square. Dallas has the West End. San Antonio has the Riverwalk. Fort Worth has, well, proximity to Dallas. And Oklahoma City has Bricktown.An old industrial warehouse and factory section of town, built of red bricks, hence the name. Reborn with the help of a 750 million dollar project which includes a beautiful new baseball stadium and a canal with water taxis. Toby Keith has opened a bar in Bricktown named after one of his hit songs named I Love This Bar and Grill. Bass Pro Shops has opened an Outdoor World in Bricktown.

Oklahoma Travel Information Center

Are you planning an Oklahoma Trip? Do you need a Travel Guide, or a Brochure about an Oklahoma Attraction like Turner Falls or Tulsa . Are you looking for information about Lodging or Camping? Do you need Maps with good directions? You will find all the Oklahoma Information you need by visiting one of the 12 Oklahoma Travel Information Centers located at convenient locations throughout Oklahoma.

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Oklahoma City National Memorial

Neon Bricktown Sign. click a thumbnail to view a photo

A lot of neon lights up Bricktown as dark descends.

A tourist at a canal side Bricktown restaurant.

A tourist from Texas with the water tower/clock tower from the previous photo sitting above his head as he eats chips in a Mexican restaurant watching water taxis ferry people along the Bricktown Canal.

The Bricktown canal and Water Taxis.

The aforementioned water taxis and canal. That is the baseball stadium in the background.

Another look at a Bricktown Water Taxi.

It seemed faster to walk than to water taxi.

The Bricktown Canal Bridge of Sighs.

Is this what they call the Bridge of Sighs?

A Bricktown Water Taxi.

A Water Taxi seems to travel about a half a mile an hour which leaves quite a bit of turbulence in its wake.

Mickey Mantle's Bar.

It seems someone named Mickey Mantle was a well known baseball player from the last century with ties to Oklahoma City.

A Bricktown Sculpture.

This sculpture may represent some Greek Mythology character, or not. Maybe it is supposed to be Mickey Mantle.

Oklahoma Casinos

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Choctaw Casino Resort   Kiowa Casino

A statue of Mickey Mantle outside Bricktown Ballpark.

A statue of the aforementioned Mickey Mantle stands in front of Oklahoma City's beautiful minor-league baseball stadium, Bricktown Ballpark, with Grauman's (or Mann's) Chinese Theater-type handprints of other famous players from long ago immortalized in cement .





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Oklahoma Casinos

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Riverwind Casino

Choctaw Casino Resort  

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