Shopping and dining has always been viewed as an integral complementary component to make this a complete cultural heritage destination. The mixed-use
retail and entertainment area, along the Oklahoma River, encourages multigenerational socialization.
Shopping and Dining
Bring out-of-town family and friends to shop and dine at this lively pedestrian-friendly destination. Some of the many activities you will enjoy include: specialized vending, kiosk sales, special events, farmers and holiday markets. Landscaped outdoor areas provide the perfect place for people-watching, discussions and cultural demonstrations.
Hotel and Conference Center
Spend a night, weekend or week in the full-service hotel with resort amenities, and an opportunity to visit The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum within walking distance. At the Visitor Center, also within walking distance, book full-day or multiple-day excursions to the many arts and cultural destinations throughout the state.
Bring out-of-town family and friends to enjoy the restaurants along the waterfront and to find one-of-a-kind Oklahoma collectibles.
Regional, National and International Guests
This singular destination provides visitors with an orientation to the National and regional American Indian stories that are a microcosm of the country's history. With 39 tribal Nations in close proximity, The American Indian Center's hotel can be a home base for guests while taking day-trip or overnight excursions to visit attractions across the state of Oklahoma.