Board one of the boats with Oklahoma River Cruises on June 17 or 18 and dad rides free! With four landings to choose from, you can easily find a convenient place to meet your family for the excursion. Each trip is about an hour and 40 minutes long. Plan to arrive 10 minutes before your departure to get a ticket and secure your spot onboard for this relaxing trip on the water.
Just 15 minutes from Springs at May Lakes, Moore’s Daddy Daughter Dance is the perfect way for girls to celebrate their fathers this summer. The dance is open to daughters ages 4 to 14. Dancing, punch and cookies provide plenty to keep you going throughout the evening, while door prizes add an extra touch of excitement. The dance will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 17. Tickets are $10 online or $15 at the door.
On Father’s Day, admission is free at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum for dads when accompanied by one paying guest. The museum is open from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, making this the perfect pick for an afternoon activity. The memorial and museum is an interactive experience that walks visitors through the events of the Oklahoma City bombing and includes news footage, artifacts, evidence and survivor stories.
Less than 20 minutes from Springs at Memorial, Mickey Mantle’s is a top pick for fine dining in Oklahoma City. The restaurant is hosting a special Father’s Day dinner on June 18 to celebrate dads. For just $39.99 you’ll get a hearty dinner that includes a prime 24 oz. ribeye steak, baked potato and house salad. Dads also get a tin of Mickey Mantle’s signature steak rub to spice up their grilling at home. Make your reservations now to secure a spot.
Adults looking for a grown-up way to entertain dad can get tickets to the Safari Soiree at the Oklahoma City Zoo. Held on June 17 from 7 to 11 p.m., this is a fun way to celebrate Father’s Day the evening before. This event includes special presentations, food and drinks. General admission is $75 and VIP behind-the-scenes tours and experiences are available for $50 each.
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