Hotel Parking & Local Amenities
Parking & Ground Transportation
The Omni Hotel Oklahoma City is located at 100 Oklahoma Blvd.
- If you are flying into Will Rogers World Airport the best way to travel to the Omni Hotel is via Uber or Lyft. It’s about a 15-minute ride. There is no shuttle from the airport to the hotel. The Omni Oklahoma City Hotel is located at 100 Oklahoma Blvd.
- If you are driving, parking is available for $10/day at Convention Center Parking, 15 Mick Cornett Drive, Oklahoma City, which is right next door to the hotel. Your parking receipt is your ticket to ride the OKC streetcar for free all day! Each parking receipt is valid for two people to ride for free for 24 hours from the time of parking. Check the streetcar route map for more information.
Museums & Art Galleries
First Americans Museum. Experience the collective histories of 39 distinctive First American Nations. Stay for lunch at Thirty Nine Restaurant to enjoy unique Native-inspired cuisine. Museum Shop. 659 First Americans Blvd; 405.594.2100; Su-Mon, W-Sa; 10 am-5 pm.
*The Red Earth Art Center. Located in the south lobby of the BancFirst Tower, features original Native artwork both contemporary and traditional from throughout the United States. A sales gallery provides Native artists a platform to sell their art to the public. 100 N. Broadway, Ste 110; M-F, 9 am to 5 pm.
*Exhibit C Gallery features an exhibition, “Our Inheritance”celebrating the strong link between nature and First American culture through landscapes by four First American artists. 1 E. Sheridan, Ste 100; 405.767.8900; 9 am-6 pm.
*Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Its own collection includes the largest exhibit of Chihuly Glass creations in U.S., and is currently featuring the nationally renowned, “True Nature: Rodin and the Age of Impressionism,” 50+ works by Rodin, plus Impressionist classics from Monet, Renoir, Degas and more! 415 Couch Drive; 405.767.8900; Tu-Sa,10 am-5 pm; Th 9 pm.
*Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. With cutting-edge exhibits and interactive displays, the museum expertly walks visitors through the events of April 19, 1995 and the justice and healing that followed. Visit the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial at night for an impactful and stunning scene. 620 N. Harvey; 404.235.3313; M-Sa 9a.m.-5 pm
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum brings the West to life through their exhibits and galleries. Make sure to save time to visit their interactive outdoor exhibit, which features replicas of an Intertribal Village and Western structures. 1700 NE. 63rd Street; 405.478.2250; M-Sa 10 am to 5 pm.
Outdoor recreation & Parks
*Scissortail Park. The 40-acre upper park across the street to the Omni to the west offers walking trails, playgrounds, skating rink, paddle boats on the lake, a splash pad and more. Just West of the Omni Hotel.
*Myriad Botanical Gardens & Conservatory. A 17-acre park offering ornamental gardens, a children’s garden and playground, Great Lawn, lake, an off-leash dog park, water features and splash fountains for children and walking and jogging paths. Free. 301 W. Reno Ave.
See also: Bricktown Water Taxi at www.bricktownwatertaxi.com.
Downtown Streetcar loops ($1/ride). Free with Convention Center Parking Ticket.
Restaurants Near the hotel
Bricktown Brewery. 1 Oklahoma Avenue; 11 am–9 pm
Café 7. 100 W. Main; breakfast & pizza; 7 am–2 pm.
Crabtown. 303 E. Sheridan; 11 a.m. – 9 pm Su-W, Th 10, Fr 11 pm.
Charleston’s 224 Johnny Bench Drive; 11 am – 9 pm.
Abuelo’s Mexican Restaurant. 11am-9 pm, 10 pm Fridays.
Jazmo’s Bourbon Café 100 E. California; 11 am – 9:30 pm.
The Manhatten 210 Park Avenue. Hoagies and Sandwiches, 11 am – 10 pm.
RendezVous Pizza 27 E. California; 11 am-9:30 pm.
The Old Spaghetti Factory 1 S. Micky Mantel Drive; 11:30 – 9, 10 pm on Fridays.
Texadelphia 200 S. Oklahoma Ave.; sandwiches & salads, 11 am-9.
Toby Keith’s 310 Johnny Bench Drive; 11 am – 9 pm, 10 pm Fridays.