BrickTown – Once a busy warehouse area, Brockton is Oklahoma City’s hottest entertainment and dinning district, with dozens of shops, restaurants and attractions. Enjoy free time for dinner & shopping.
Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum -This living monument honors the victims, survivors and first responders of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Visit the museum and see how the events of April 19, 1995 changed our lives forever.
Riverwalk Cruise in San Antonio – Meander along the river boring this colorful area of shops and restaurants. Pick out the spot you want to eat and choose where you’d like to do some retail therapy.
Heartland Flyer Train – a 206-mile trip through the Arbuckle Mountains from Oklahoma City. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the unique scenery unfolding outside your window.
Fort Worth Stockyards District – A former cattle stockyard, today it is full of shops, museums, and restaurants.
Gladys Porter Zoo – located in Brownsville, Texas, this zoological and botanical park has more than 26 acres of lush tropical plants and 1,600 animals.