Hearing loss in Oklahoma City | Be part of the conversation

Hearing loss in Oklahoma City | Be part of the conversation Spend a weekend in Oklahoma City, where you can get a taste of the old West while enjoying world-class restaurants and shopping at the same time. 2015 798 Hearing loss in Oklahoma City | Be part of the conversation

Spend a weekend in Oklahoma City, where you can get a taste of the old west while enjoying world-class restaurants and shopping at the same time. Whether you choose the solitude of the Myriad Botanical Gardens or the raucous energy of an Oklahoma City Thunder game, you’re in the right place for fun, adventure and history. 

Oklahoma City — or 'OKC' —
is full of history and fun. 
Those with hearing loss can 
enjoy many museums and
other attractions; just make 
sure to give prior notice if
you're wanting to use ALDs.

Art and culture

Oklahoma City Museum of Art

415 Couch Drive

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

Plan a visit to downtown Oklahoma City, where you’ll find the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, home to a collection which covers a period of five centuries as well as a spectacular collection of Chihuly glass. The Museum also offers multiple-week classes and one-time workshops year-round for children and adults, a film program featuring international, independent and classic films, a museum store where you can find handcrafted puzzles, jewelry and decorative objects and a museum café offering lunch, dinner, Sunday brunch, afternoon tea and a full bar.

Infared headsets are available in the Noble Theater.

Oklahoma City National Memorial

620 N Harvey Ave.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

Individuals of all listening abilities will appreciate the quiet reflection experienced during a visit to the Oklahoma City National Memorial, a place to remember those who were killed, as well as those who survived, the Oklahoma City bombing of April 19, 1995.

Take a chronological, self-guided interactive tour through the story of bombing from the day it happened in the Memorial Museum. Stroll through the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial, where the Murrah Building once stood.

Myriad Botanical Gardens

301 W Reno Ave. 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

Enjoy a stroll through the Myriad Botanical Gardens, a 17-acre botanical garden and interactive urban park located in downtown Oklahoma City. In addition to the horticulture, enjoy water features, a dog park, a children’s garden and restaurant.


Chesapeake Energy Arena

100 West Reno Ave.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

More than one million guests attend NBA basketball games, live concerts and other world-class events each year at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. The arena is home to the Oklahoma City Thunder and has also served as home to the Oklahoma City Blazers (Central Hockey League), Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz (arena football) and the New Orleans Hornets (NBA). For a listing of upcoming events, please visit their website.

Assistive listening devices are available at no charge. Check them out at the Guest Relations desk just inside the northeast entrance, across from Section 105. Valid identification is required as a deposit.

Cox Convention Center

1 Myriad Gardens

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

If you’re staying in Oklahoma City’s revitalized Bricktown historical district, you’re just a quick walk from the Cox Convention Center, where the Barons claim home ice since 2010.The center also hosts a variety of family-friendly events throughout the year, such as Musselman’s Apple Sauce Family Skating Tribute featuring Scott Hamilton and the Longhorn World Championship 2015. For a complete list of upcoming events, please visit the website.

Assistive listening devices are available at no charge and may be checked out at the Guest Relations desk just inside the northeast arena entrance. Valid identification is required as a deposit. Signed performances may be arranged for select events with a minimum three weeks’ advanced notice. Please contact Guest Relations for more information.

Remington Park

One Remington Place

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111

If you like to watch the horses run, plan a visit to Remington Park. Place a bet or two, or just enjoy an afternoon in the stands. All ages are welcome; however, you must be 18 to enter the casino or wager on racing. Admission and valet parking are free.

Hearing organizations

Central Oklahoma Association for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired

4501 N. Classen Blvd., #109

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118

The OCCF provides information, support and advocacy for individuals and families experiencing the effects of hearing loss and works to bridge the communications barrier between the hearing and non-hearing communities.

Oklahoma Speech-Language-Hearing Association

1741 S Cleveland Ave., Suite 199

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57103

The OSLHA exists to support audiologists and speech-language pathologists by providing resources, information and professional development. They also advocate for the professional standards, legislation and regulation necessary for members to provide quality care for individuals with communication, hearing, balance and swallowing disorders.

Hearing healthcare professionals

Oklahoma City hosts a wide assortment of hearing healthcare professionals ready to help you address your hearing loss. To find hearing care professionals in Oklahoma City, visit our directory and read through the real patient reviews! 

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