There is no better way to experience the driving force of the motion of the ice than to move on the ice. Ice skating is one of the favorite winter events ever. Oklahoma City has only its residents and visitors who blossom with the city of Braums Ice Skating. Brown Bowl is one of the most important additions to the Downtown OKC in December at Grand Loung in front of the City Hall music hall.
By measuring 62 feet (150 feet), the mountain range is easily identified as one of the largest south-western outdoor mountain ranges. It also means that the new rink is bigger than last year. It was an enormous popularity of the previous version, which prompted a bigger ring this year. This year's supplements include larger hotels for guests. The larger area of the ropeway will help the crew more than their steps. The shiny new slides are also available to participants, up to the elderly.
The lease for two hours and sledges is $ 8. If you bring your own skate, you only charge 5 dollars. Drinks at the Braum & Ice Ice Rink Café include coffee, soda, hot cocoa, hamburgers, hot dogs and ice cream. Visitors can enjoy the action, as well as their friends and family. Group tickets are offered for private persons. The boat is open from November 23 to January 1, and is open at noon on the weekend.
The rope is also close to major hotels that organize shuttle services in the city. The Braoms Ice Rink is just one of the many festivals and venues held in Oklahoma City in December. Others include OGE Garden Lights at Myriad Botanical Gardens, Holiday Lights, and the Oklahoman mayor's festive tree at Bricktown's canal and many more.