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Things To Do
Located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, the Skirvin is conveniently positioned near many of our city's greatest attractions. Before you even leave the hotel lobby, you can visit our Artist in Residence, a local artists' studio hosted right here in the hotel. You can also visit the our Red Piano Lounge, a staple in the downtown Oklahoma City community, to grab a drink or watch the game.
To explore downtown, you can catch a free ride on the Downtown Discovery bus that stops just outside our doors. Stops include the Myriad Botanical Gardens, the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, and Bricktown.
Sports lovers can catch a ballgame at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, just a few miles away, or watch the OKC Thunder play at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. Our outdoorsy guests should visit the river, where exciting activities like the Rocktown Climbing Gym, Sandridge Sky Trail and Slide, and RIVERSPORTS Adventures offer hours of fun all within one block.
In and Around Town
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
Catch a game at the ballpark, home of the Redhawks, just minutes from our hotel.
Artist in Residence
Our hotel hosts the studios of rotating local artists. Come by and watch them work.
American Banjo Museum
Explore the heritage of America’s native musical instrument at the American Banjo Museum.
Rocktown Climbing Gym
Visit the premier rock climbing destination in OKC featuring indoor and outdoor climbs up to 90 ft.Rocktown Climbing Gym
SandRidge Sky Trail & Slide
The tallest adventure course of its kind, the Sky Trail features six levels of challenges.
Get a RIVERSPORT Adventure pass which includes kayaking and stand up paddle boarding on the river.
Chesapeake Energy Arena
Catch a basketball game or concert at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, home of the OKC Thunder.
Myriad Botanical Gardens
Just steps away, The Myriad Botanical Gardens is a 17-acre botanical garden/interactive urban park.
National Memorial & Museum
The Oklahoma City National Memorial is a tribute to those affected by the Oklahoma City Bombing.
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Serving over 130,000 visitors a year, the collection of art at the OKCMOA spans both time & culture.
Oklahoma City Philharmonic
Under the direction of Joel Levine, the orchestra performs classics, orchestral pops, and concerts.
Paseo Arts District
Home to more than 20 galleries and 75 artists, the Paseo Arts District is a creative magnet in OKC.Learn More