Tourists to any city look forward to spending an enjoyable time, mainly to relieve themselves from a hectic work schedule. Oklahoma City
For those who love the arts, the artist community of Paseo Arts District would be ideal. This historic area was once a shopping district, built in 1929. You will find 17 galleries or working studios, restaurants and bars. There is also the monthly gallery walk called “First Friday” that features wine tasting, live music and artistic demonstrations.
For high speed thrills and real excitement, Pole Position Raceway at NW 36th and May Avenue is a wonderful option. This is not a racetrack for open wheeled racers or sports cars, but for high speed go-karts. This indoor arena offers real racing excitement for those who drive and the spectators. Whether you are a fan of racing or not, you will never fail to get revved up here with the pulsating sound of the engines, the tires that squeal on the concrete floor, and the sheer air piercing go-karts traveling at 45 miles an hour electrifying the atmosphere. Following each race you can get an assessment of your performance. The best part is that you can rent the entire raceway for a private party or family gathering, or set up a group race with friends.
White Water Bay in Oklahoma City is where you can enjoy some great water-based excitement. It features 25 acres of rides, slides, pools and everything you could possibly imagine. Some of the highlights of the park include the Mega-Wedgie six-story-tall slide, the Big Kahuna tube ride and the Castaway Creek where you could float leisurely.
Source by Shane Wauhob