Oklahoma City Travel Guide 2021

Do you plan to visit Oklahoma City, Oklahoma? If so then you will want to check out this Oklahoma City travel guide as we explore downtown across to …

33 thoughts on “Oklahoma City Travel Guide 2021

  1. Gonzo says:

    It looks empty because it’s not really a daytime area most of the bars and restaurants don’t open till later in the day downtown. Okc is a great food city and lots of hidden gem bars.

  2. zebra huxley says:

    fun fact, OKC was one of only 14 cities to gain over 100k people from 2010 to 2020 after the US census was released. OKC is exploding in growth, great city planning has put this on the map and by 2040 it will be another Nashville and probably surpass nashvilles population.

  3. rashawn basnet says:

    Oklahoma City is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States (land wise) but a lot of people doesn't realize that it's so huge until they go there Oklahoma City is changing every day it's totally different than it was 20 years ago it's one of the most easy going laid back cities there is but we believe in law and order we have the right to protect ourselves and our property and we don't have a problem doing it

  4. Omar Khalil says:

    I am watching this after learning that according to census 2020 data analysis, OKC is #22 largest city in the U.S. passing major cities such as Detroit, Baltimore, Milwaukee, Las Vegas, Louisville, and Elpaso. The developments the city has enjoyed over the past 10 year are very impressive. It's, in fact, a city to be proud of and highly recommended to consider moving to.

  5. zebra huxley says:

    I say anyone that comes to OKC do some research and know the city core. All the neat districts are close which includes Paseo Arts district, Western Ave district, Plaza district, automobile alley, uptown 23rd, midtown, downtown, historical film row, OKC arts district, asian district, boathouse district, etc You will be surprised to see medical marijuana dispensaries on every corner its bananas but I like it.

  6. Jason Tomica says:

    So I have to ask, did u win the lottery, how do u afford and have the time to go to every place in all ur videos, I mean from Alaska to Mexico to Asia, crazy if u ask me in so little time?

  7. Ebros says:

    Looks nice and clean; I would love to visit. The Riverwalk seems rather deserted though…..

    I’m stunned that there didn’t appear to be any homeless people either.

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  9. AJ Jun says:

    Hi how are you doing I love your channel and what you doing keep going you the best
    I have question
    You visited most states, what is the best city or cities you feel those is the best to live in it??
    What is your advice?

  10. Eternal Summer Rising - Traveling Techies says:

    Oklahoma City is known as the “Horse Show Capital of the World” with more national and international equine championships and events than any other city in the world. Watch real life cowboys and cowgirls rope, ride and wrangle their way to the winners circle at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds throughout the year.

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