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Extend your Festival stay and visit these Oklahoma destinations

The local minor league baseball team, the Oklahoma City Dodgers, is slated to play a week’s worth of home games during the Family Reunion Festival. Located in the middle of bustling Bricktown just off of Interstate 40, the ballpark’s ticket prices are affordable – outfield seating tickets start at $10 and there are plenty of restaurants and family friendly entertainment options to enjoy nearby before and after a game. To view the schedule or purchase tickets please visit www.okcdodgers.com.


This 15-acre park offers numerous activities for the whole family. Located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, visitors can enjoy many amenities including a children’s garden, restaurants and numerous walking paths. The gardens’ centerpiece, the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory offers guests an opportunity to stroll through a translucent indoor garden house with many exotic plants and waterfalls. The park is free, but to check for times and prices for the Crystal Bridge please visit www.oklahomacitybotanicalgardens.com.


Founded in 1919, the Mabee-Gerrer is one of the oldest museums in the state. Located on the grounds of St. Gregory’s University in Shawnee, the museum’s one-of-a-kind permanent collection includes mummies, Native American regalia and old world antiquities. Each month the museum rolls out a new featured exhibit, which highlights art and culture from across the world. Find out more about the current monthly exhibit and find admission costs at www.mgmoa.org.


This museum houses nearly 300 different skeletons from all over the world. Boasting the largest private collection of osteological specimens in the world, the museum is home to remains of small and large animals from the land and from the sea. For admission costs and hours of operation please visit www.museumofosteology.org.