Edmond Area Attractions & Points of Interest
Located on scenic Route 66, The Mother Road, a stay in Edmond places you just minutes from international attractions such as the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Remington Park horse racing, the Lazy E Arena and picturesquely historic Guthrie, just to name a few! For a list of upcoming events, please see our Calendar of Events.
Believed to be the first school built in Oklahoma Territory after the Land Run of 1889, and potentially the only remaining original structure built that year, the building has been restored and is open to visitors the first two Saturdays of the month.
Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993, the post was built as a WPA project in 1936. It is named the Frank H. Collings Post in honor of the first Edmond resident killed during combat in World War I.
AMF Boulevard Lanes offers traditional bowling on 40 lanes and features a new flooring package and a recently repainted interior.
Arcadia Lake offers a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities including boating, camping, picnicking, biking, swimming, fishing, hiking, disc golf, bird watching and special events.
Designed with the notion that its shape would withstand Oklahoma's tornadic conditions, the Round Barn was built in 1898 on Route 66. It is the only truly round barn on the historic road.
An outstanding ice skating arena featuring lessons, figure skating, and leagues for hockey, as well as open skating schedules.
A concert-goers dream, becoming internationally known for its hospitality and acoustics.
Edmond's newest amenity for family fun is located on Kelly Avenue north of Edmond Road at Barnett Field.
Park and dog park, with amenities, in southeast Edmond, open daily from dawn to dusk.
Think of "video-game meets real life", with a side order of "who-dun-it" and just enough stress to make you tingle.
This historically picturesque and eclectic shopping district features a tempting collection of 30+ shops and several restaurants.
The Edmond 66 Park, home to a four-field softball complex, hearkens to days of the Route 66 Mother Road.
The historical society and museum is housed in the former Edmond Armory building, constructed as a WPA project in 1936 and added to the national register in 1991.
The oldest newspaper in Oklahoma is at home in Downtown Edmond, on the corner of 2nd Street and Broadway Ave.
COMING SOON with 24 outdoor and 6 indoor courts.
A family-friendly board game lounge located in Downtown Edmond.
The vibrant open-air venue offers accessibility to downtown Edmond and showcases the Kentucky Daisey statue and engraved brick walkway centennial project.
The Fine Arts Institute of Edmond is a nonprofit organization nurturing the arts in our community.
Take a step back into the old Wild West at this 40 acre premier attractions theme park, the largest and longest running in the state.
Edmond's first cemetery, Gracelawn is surrounded by a WPA brick and stone fence, is the burial place for several of the city's early leaders and founders, and presents visitors with a Veteran's Memorial.
The recently opened hotel and conference center, at I-35 and Covell, offers 158 rooms and 20,000 square feet of flexible meeting space to accommodate up to 1,000 people.
Featuring newly released movies, there's a show for everyone at the cinema.
The largest indoor arena in the country, providing a full calendar of rodeo and other equestrian events, the Lazy E is where western legends are made.
The Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC) in Mitch Park houses an expanded Senior Citizen's Center, Parks Administration offices, community meeting rooms, an outdoor amphitheater & recreation programs.
A 17,500 square foot skate park, featuring ramps, pipes, half pipes and bowls, located at Mitch Park.
This historic cemetery is the burial site of Wiley Post, famous aviator and friend of Oklahoma statesman Will Rogers.
The park features playgrounds, trails, basketball courts, picnic tables, grills and more.
The Mitch Park YMCA offers swimming, a fitness center and gym, elevated walking tack, children's play area and traditional YMCA programs.
Located just minutes south of Edmond, this internationally acclaimed museum boasts the finest collection of western art and artifacts in the world.
Considered the finest softball venue in the nation, the National Softball Hall of Fame annually hosts many premier events, such as the NCAA Women's College World Series.
An indoor playground with a purposeful play learning atmosphere, coffee bar, museum quality exhibits, pretend houses, and play system.
The auditorium, seating more than 1,000, is home to many of Oklahoma Christian's musical performances.
With seating for 283, the Judd Theatre hosts an intimate setting for performances, speaking engagements and meetings.
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum is a living monument dedicated to honoring those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever by the Oklahoma City bombing.
From Sanctuary Asia to the Great EscAPE to Marine Mammals to the Herpetarium, there are unique creatures to see and cool facts to learn at every stop.
Since 1967, the museum has featured numerous artifacts, including some from the London Fire Brigade and restored fire trucks. Three memorials to honor firefighters and rescue workers are located at the museum as well.
Othello's is a family-owned Italian restaurant housed in the same building as Edmond's first hospital, which was originally on the 2nd floor over the city's first movie theater.
Open Memorial Day through Labor Day, this public aquatic center features a 12,500 foot pool, open flume water slide, tube water slide, a climbing wall and a separate 1,256 foot sprayground.
Located on Route 66, the giant soda bottle is a staple at Pops. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, milk shakes and over 700 types of soda, Pops is open everyday of the week.
One of the world's finest horse racing tracks with a casino, fine dining and live music.
The Rodkey House was built by Isaac Rodkey, owner of the Rodkey flour mill. The house now serves as an annex of the Edmond Historical Society & Museum and is available to rent for special events.
One of the largest science museums in the country with more than 350,000 square feet, Science Museum Oklahoma offers hands-on, interactive exhibits and more.
This park is dedicated to gymnast Shannon Miller, Edmond native and seven-time Olympic medalist.
A recently opened entertainment center featuring 14 boutique bowling lanes, a lane side cafe, 10 state-of-the-art movie screens with electric leather recliner seating, multiple party rooms, a full bar and a Superior Digital Experience auditorium with a 70-foot, wall-to-wall, ceiling to floor 4K laser projection and immersive Dolby Atmos surround sound.
This family-owned business is open to the public year-round. With various levels of difficulty, the shotgun and clay range offers sporting clays, skeet and trap shooting.
Edmond's own trampoline park offering open jump, glow night and dodgeball.
Solid Rock Basketball is the premier facility and basketball learning experience in the Oklahoma City metro area.
Edmond's local seasonal Christmas Tree Farm at Sorghum Mill Road and Midwest Boulevard.
Spring Creek Trail is a 3.1 mile long pathway, 18 feet wide with dedicated lanes for cycling and walking/running. Running west from Spring Creek Park to Interstate 35 with scenic views of Arcadia Lake and the surrounding area.
The Jazz Lab is a world class entertainment venue featuring an artfully relaxed atmosphere styled after jazz clubs in New Orleans.
The theater offers a variety of performances including Broadway Tonight and student productions each season.
The University of Central Oklahoma boasts several venues where students can display their work and experience the work of professional artists.
Opened in 1893 and added to the national register in 1971, Old North was the first higher education building in the Territory, becoming the foundation of the University of Central Oklahoma.
The Center for Outdoor Adventure Recreation (OAR) provides UCO students and visitors alike unprecedented access to outdoor recreational opportunities.
As a U.S. Paralympic Training Site, UCO is home to the U.S. men's and women's sitting volleyball teams and is a U.S. Olympic Committee Community Partner, serving Paralympic athletes and offering sports programs.
The Y Chapel of Song, located on the University of Central Oklahoma campus, is unique among college chapels in that it was almost entirely designed and created by the students, faculty, staff, and friends of the University, placed on the national registry in 2001.
Oklahoma's metropolitan university offering more than 17,000 students an innovative learning environment, while serving the community with plenty of meeting spaces.
We Rock the Spectrum Oklahoma City provides children with a fun and motivational environment to help them in the areas of strength, movement, sensory processing, social interactions and more.