Bricktown has become Oklahoma City’s premier entertainment district. For several decades, the warehouse district sat dilapidated and underused. With the passage of the MAPS initiative in 1993, the City of Oklahoma City constructed the Bricktown Ballpark and a one-mile canal that connects the north Bricktown area with the Chesapeake Boathouse along the Oklahoma River.
In the last decade, several residences, restaurants, and offices have moved into Bricktown making the district one of the most unique and diverse areas in the state.
There is a curfew in Bricktown for unaccompanied minors 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. every day. More information about the curfew ordinance can be found here.