Norman is a city in the frontier country region of Oklahoma, and Cleveland County is the third largest city in the state, home to Oklahoma University (commonly known as OU). The University of Oklahoma is the largest and most important university in the state.
Norman is located at I-35, about 30 minutes south of Oklahoma City, three hours north of Dallas. Although Amtrak is limited, access in cars is the easiest. The Airport Express shuttle bus will take you directly from Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City to Norman's destination. +1 405 681-3311.
There are several gray-hound buses from Dallas every day. The bus stop is at North Porter Abe 506.
Amtrak works on Norman with the once-a-day "Hartland Flyer" running between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth, Texas. Trains for the south leave at around 9:00 a.m., and trains for the north leave before 9:00 p.m. One Norman station is located at 200S Jones Ave, near Maine St.
Because the transportation system is small, it's easy to get around by car. You can walk to the area near the OU campus. The CART on the local bus, which includes services to Oklahoma City, is free for OU students and faculty staff, and is available for others at a reasonable price.
- Cleveland Area Rapid Transit (CART).
Norman is a member of the University of Oklahoma. The OU Campus is located in the center of the city, north of Highway 9, south of Void St., between Elmst and Jenkins. Two million libraries are open to the public and include graduate school and graduate programs, law schools, soccer for the national championships, men's artistic gymnastics team, and one of the nation's leading women's basketball teams. There are two main museums (see the section on the road below).
The historic downtown area of Norman is located in the central part of the eastern part of the university and its surroundings, and the following local companies are gradually becoming popular.
- 1 MAIN Component Art, 122 E Main St, +1 405 360-1162Tu-Sa 11AM-4PM; and Friday 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. A commercial gallery that allows you to see the latest works of artists from near to far away.
- Oporis 113N. a Crawford wave Hip live music hall.
- The Performing Arts Studio 200S Jones Abe A concert and exhibition are held in the Norman's cute historical garage.
- 2Leather, 101 E. Mainst: Host various live music and plays.
Famous restaurants, bars and cafés in historical downtown (see the list of "eating and drinking" below): Benvenutti (Italian), sweet Basil Cafe (Thai), Winan's wonderful chocolate and coffee, coach (microbeer), Bison Witches Bar and Derry, Diner (as the name suggests), Po, Poh, a much earlier Vietnamese restaurant.
- 1 Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm Ave (OU Campus), ☏+1 405 325-3272, [email protected]✉. It houses a famous collection of impressionist art in France and a number of collections of the Taos Association.
- 2 Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History 2401 Chautauqua Ave1 405 325-4712 ([email protected]) The now extinct bison's broken skull, Cooper Skull, is the oldest known piece of art in North America.
- George M. Sutton Wilderness Park, 2000 12 Ave.. It's the best place to find a small country in a town. Small, but there are so many criteria that we can search for hours. Equipped with a few ponds and scenery native to Oklahoma, walking and jogging is a peaceful and scenic spot.
- Norman has a remarkably active local music scene. In particular, hosted by the Performance Arts Studio, you will see the free Summer Breeze Concert series held in the local park in the evening during the warm moon.
- Crucible 110E. Tonwa San: Bronze Foundry, Exhibition Room and Sculpture Garden. About two blocks away from the main center, but it's worth walking.
- 3 Studio Zen Salon, 301 S Porter Ave, +1 405 329-2859. M-F 9AM-9PM, SA 9AM-5PM, SU 10AM-6PM. Full service salons and spas on the corner of Main & Porter, a downtown area of Norman.
- Native American Fine Art No. 131 Abe 24 waves. NW (Day 24 is 2nd east of Main's I35, Gallery is located at the Westwood Shopping Center on the right of Day 24, North Off Main.),☏+1405 329-4442. 10 -6. A first-class gallery of Norman Native American Fine Arts Jewelry and Gift. I used to work for 20 years at Norman on the main street. The gallery contains the most experienced artists in the country. All styles are represented from the modern to the traditional or ledger art. Website: Ethnicity 131.com free.
- 4 National Weather Center, 120 David L Boren Blvd, +1 405 325-3095. National Weather Center is the head office of the OU Meteorological School and houses many weather organizations including NWS Norman Forecasting Station, Storm Prediction Center, National Stom Laboratory, and Oklahoma Mesonet. There is also the Flying Cow Cafe at the National Weather Center. Reservations are required for the tour, and visitors are recommended to make reservations two to four weeks ago. Visitors must check in securely on arrival.
- 5. Norman Music Festival
If you win...
If you are a Norman winner and not an American citizen, your win will be subject to withholding tax from the 30% IRS. A 10,000-dollar slot win, if you take it from above, falls pretty quickly. You can recover the tax on gambling income in the form of 1042-S, but you don't need to worry. You should get it from the casino, so don't lose it...It's your start ticket that brings back the winning of gambling.
- The Goldsby Gaming Center, 1038 W Shikamoa Road (I-35 exit heading east from the highway 9 follows the W Adkins Hill Road). Take the W Shikamoa Rd and follow the Goals by Game Center. ), ☏+1 405-329-5447.24/7. The Goldsby Game Center is open 24 hours a day. You can enjoy games from eGames to Bingo here. Easily accessible from the I-35, ideal for small casino options. You can grab a hamburger with the Goals by Grill, or watch sports on a large screen toward the bar and enjoy a drink.
- 6 Riverwind Casino, 1544 State Road 9 (I-35, exit 106),☏+1 405 322-6000. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Riverwind casino plays a bet on more than 2,700 electronic game machines with a poker room, 20 table games, Keno and off-track games. Within the store, there are Tako Bueno, Panda Express, Rick's Cafe and Burger King, including Willows Buffet and Chips Ares and Seasons Food Court. The site has four conference rooms and a 24-hour fitness center. Entertainment included a "river lounge" where music from regions and regions is introduced, and a "show place theater" where music and comedies from all over the country are included.
- Thunderbird Wild West Casino 15700 East Route 9, 405 360-9270
- The Fire House Art Center 444S Flood D'Abage offers a variety of artistic classes.
For Norman souvenirs, buy a T-shirt from the record of the frozen custard and guest room in Lust.
- It's a historic downtown for Norman. There are many interesting shops listed in the 'Reference' column above.
- 1 Canvas Corner (just north of the void cent adjacent to the OU campus) It's also worth going shopping. Especially in Ou machines. There are many shops, bars and restaurants worth exploring.
- There are many large chain stores and restaurants (such as Bedbath & Villon, Home Depot, Chile, Appleby, etc.) that start just west of Ed Noble Parkway I-35 and cross Maine St.
- Global Natural Food: the flood wave in the 309s A small but useful natural food shop that sells a variety of items, including bakeries, fresh food, bulk spices, and baht bees.
- Interior 224E. Main set features custom furniture.
- Forward Foods 123E. The main point. A small, expensive gourmet grocery store with a wealth of America and imported cheese.
- Guestroom Records, 125 E. Main Center: an independent record store with a very cool T-shirt.
- L & B yarn Co., 425 W. gray. She selects beautiful gourmet threads and offers a variety of knitting classes and events.
- The 3413 W.Main Center, which is faster than the Mall, is not distinguished, but provides a basis.
- Vintage Vibe, 311 W. Main St. Vintage clothing stores that also rent period clothes (especially for Ou-ori students who are heading to theme parties).
- 105W. Main Center (historic downtown) in Benvenuti. When the restaurant opened in March 2006, it was a high-class Italian restaurant that soon followed.
- Cherino's 1331 Alameda Saint Mexican dish.
- The copier is a corridor 326E. Main St. (Old City) A close place for weekday lunchtime, open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Diner, 213E. Main St. (Old City) a popular place for breakfast and branches
- Hideaway Pizza 577 Buchanan Average Gourmet Pizza The evening is a buffet in the form of "Dim Sum".
- Il Dolce Gererteria, Robinson Crossing (NW corner 1-35, Robinson) The first real Italian Gelato and Espresso in Norman. It is owned and operated locally.
- Imbistro's Misar, 580 Ed Noble Parkway. Wonderful Indian food and a wonderful atmosphere. In 2007, he was awarded the Norman Transcript Reader Choice Award for Best Healthy and Vegetarian Restran, Lanch Buffet and Best Place.
- Pad Tie, 119 W Boyd St & 1309 Jenkins Ave. There are now two locations near the OU, one near the campus corner of the void, and the other near the stadium just to the southeast of the campus. It is a wonderful food owned and operated by Thailand. The void is bigger and a little more expensive. lunch box
- Pepe Delgado's, 752 ASP Ave (campus corner). Good Mexican and special daily dishes. He is kind to vegetarians.
- Custard Factory, 1,000 E.Alameda Square. It's a Norman landmark. It was formerly called Rusty's Frozen Custard.
- Suite Basil Cafe, 211 W. Main Center (Old City). Thai food was eaten in a wonderful atmosphere in the historic downtown of Norman.
- 702 N. Porter Abe, Mexico Cafe in Tarahumara Great food - It's a good idea to wait in the courtyard outdoors before getting to the table.
- Indian flavor, 1000 Alameda ST # 140B. An authentic Indian restaurant that Norman likes. There is also a populism in India.
- Tea Cafe 1241: Fumon food and foam tea from Alameda St. Asia.
- Thai Kung, 1347 W. Lindsey. a great lunch buffet
- Tiger, 761 Jenkins Ave (slightly east of Camus Corner). Affordable lunch buffet with many vegetarian options.
- A dainty meal at the Turquoise Cafe 786 ASP Ave. Campus Corner. Two chefs own the dish and deal with local ingredients.
- Victoria's Pasta Shop, 327 White St (Compass Corner) Handmade pasta with various sources.
- 1 Van's Pig Stand, 320 N Porter Ave, +1 405 703-3000. Su-Th 11AM-9PM, F-Sa 11AM-10PM. Barbecue
- Bison Witches Bar and Deli, 211 E. Main St. (Old City)
- Shoryoten 117 Gerberst (a corner of the main berry road)+1 405 321-3100. 10-9M-Sat. The oldest and most extensive wines and drinks shop. Thousands of wines are hard to find.
- Grefrow Coffee, 223E Great, historic downtown. The Art New Coffee Shop. Tea and sweets.
- Il Dolce Gerateria (Robinson Cross, NW corner from 1-35 and Robinson) Labatza espresso, a brewage Italian.
- 607 W. Boyd St. The Warking Destant, library bar & grilles from OU Campus, a small bar with a relaxed atmosphere and comfortable outdoor space. I'll serve beer from my manager's microbeer.
- A bar and a restaurant on foot from the campus of The Mont 1300 Clarkenburg, Ou. a large outdoor courtyard
- TEA Cafe, 1241 Alameda St & 788 Asp Ave, +1 405 366-1555. Awacha and espresso. The new campus corner location has opened.
- Michelangelos Coffee and Wine Bar 207 E. Book (downtown) Coffee shops and delicious chocolate. This menu is a cafe-style menu, such as a professional pizza and panini. Local art, performance, wine bars, gourmet coffee, tea and free Wi-Fi.
- Residence Inn by Marriott 2681 Jefferson, +1-405-366-0900. The hotel specializes in the Extended Stay suite, and makes the room larger than the room of an ordinary hotel and more like a house away from home.
- Monford Inn and Cottages 322 Ton Hawa St, 405 321-2200. Check in: 4 pm to 9 pm and check out: 12. Constructed in 1994. $99~$229.
- A few miles to the east of Norman, Lake Thunderbird is a wonderful mountain bike course (Clearbay Trails), a boat, a camp, and a horse.
- The Wichita Wildlife Reserve offers excellent hikes and the potential for buffalo and long horn cattle spotting. These mountains are not huge, but the scenery along the road is beautiful and comparatively diverse. About 90 minutes by car from Norman.
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