Planning Your Trip to Oklahoma City
It is certainly a daunting task to please everyone, but Oklahoma city has such a wide range of cultural and entertainment opportunities that everyone is sure to find something exciting to do after sessions. Oklahoma City is a a fun and exciting place to explore, so hop on a trolley and explore.
to learn more about Oklahoma City and it's neighborhoods, browse through the profiles in the December issue of Main Street News
Download a map of the local restaurants who donated food to the Opening Reception. The map includes addresses and phone numbers!
Some Travel Logistics
Travel by Air
The airport is approximately 10 miles from downtown Oklahoma City and the drive/ride is approximately 15 minutes. The best options for getting from the airport to your hotel is Airport Express or a taxi. Click here for a coupon for Airport Express
Travel by Train
Amtrak service via The Heartland Flyer makes daily runs to Oklahoma City from Fort Worth, Texas. The train arrives at the historic Santa Fe Depot at the front door of Bricktown - Oklahoma City's entertainment district.
Travel by Car
Located at the crossroads of I-35, I-40 and I-44, Oklahoma City is as easy to reach as it is to navigate. With more than 2,400 miles of four-lane roads, it's no wonder that www.MSN.com ranked Oklahoma City as the sixth most drivable city in the U.S.
The 2010 Main Streets Conference has booked rooms at three hotels in Oklahoma City: The Renaissance Oklahoma City, The Sheraton Oklahoma City and the Skirvin Hilton Hotel. Registration, the Main Street Expo and conference sessions will take place at the Cox Convention Center. No conference activites will take place at any of the hotels and all a considered host hotels. Click here to see a map and make your reservations.
If you are driving to Oklahoma City, consider these detours to visit some exciting and interesting Oklahoma towns and cities.