Oklahoma City named a top travel destination by Money

Published Thursday, March 8, 2018
by David Dishman

Oklahomans don't need a national publication to tell us Oklahoma City is a pretty great place to visit, but a little validation never hurts.

A study by Money, a print and online publication based in New York City, determined Oklahoma City as a top-10 travel destination in the United States for 2018. The research examined which cities in the U.S. provided travelers the most value for their dollar.

The article highlighted popular destinations including the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Stockyards City, Chesapeake Arena and the hometown Thunder as some of the reasons to pay Oklahoma City a visit. The recognition was welcome news for OKC Museum of Art CEO E. Michael Whittington.

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