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OKC CVB Launches Free Digital Passport for Top Attractions

The Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors announces a new digital passport aimed at guiding visitors to top attractions throughout the metro area while earning prizes and taking advantage of discounts along the way.

“From museums to street art to urban parks, this free mobile passport will guide you to the best attractions in OKC,” said Zac Craig, OKC CVB president. “We’ve made it easier than ever to find things to do around the city, take advantage of special offers and even earn exclusive Modern Frontier prizes.”

The Modern Frontier Attractions Pass is free and doesn’t require any app downloads. Participants can sign up here by providing their name, email and mobile phone number. When visiting one of the 20+ attractions, simply present the phone to a staff member to redeem available discounts and check in to start earning prizes.

The mobile passport is designed to help visitors discover Oklahoma City’s must-see attractions. Participating venues include:

45th Infantry Division Museum
American Banjo Museum
Bricktown Water Taxi
Centennial Land Run Monument
Factory Obscura Mix-Tape
First Americans Museum
Myriad Botanical Gardens
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Garden
Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center
Oklahoma Firefighters Museum
Oklahoma Hall of Fame
Oklahoma History Center
Oklahoma Railway Museum
Oklahoma State Capitol
Plaza Walls
Riversport Adventures
Scissortail Park
Skeletons: Museum of Osteology
Stockyards City

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