111 S. Mickey Mantle Drive, Oklahoma City, OK 73104
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Bricktown Water Taxi
From a completely different perspective
IN THE HEART OF OKC
Near dozens of restaurants & entertainment venues
Welcome aboard Water Taxi on the Bricktown Canal!
Join us for regularly-scheduled, entertaining and historically-themed narrated cruises through the heart of downtown Oklahoma City’s Bricktown entertainment district! We also feature private charters and dinner cruises. Hop aboard!
Buy your good-anytime tickets online, bypass the ticket booth! Hop directly onboard with a simple scan of your e-mailed tickets (print at home or direct scan from your smart phone screen)!
Bricktown water taxi This was our first time on the taxi in several years. Casady did a good job of relating the history...read more of the area in a fun way. It was interesting to see the additions to the Land Run statues and we always enjoy the waterfalls. The price is reasonable with a small discount for seniors and children. Enjoyed the ride. Tickets can be purchased on your smartphone rather than standing in line at the ticket booth and are good all day.read less
Informative, historical, relazing tour It was 44 Celcius the day we went. We were so glad for the shade on the boat. Be sure...read more to buy your tickets online or from the booth. The boat can't sell them to you. We had to wait in the heat for 30 minutes because we failed to do that. But - once on, it was great.read less
...Tickets can be purchased at the ticket booth or online. They did away with the wristbands. Your ticket is now...read more emailed to you and can be scanned directly from your smart phone. You can also print the tickets from home and present it to be scanned. Our tour guide was Aaron and he was informative, funny, and engaging. I learned about OKC's history, the developmental progress, and future expansion plans. Aaron also pointed out things to do and restaurants to try out along the canal. So if you're new to OKC, you could start with this boat ride to give you ideas to add to your itinerary. The tour lasted about 45 minutes and was a nice relaxing break from walking around. I would definitely do this again the next time I visit. *Update: As Chad mentioned, you absolutely do have the option of hopping on and off along the canal. One of the passengers requested to be let off near the land run statues to take a pic during our tour and Aaron happily obliged. He docked the boat at the designated stop which is understandable. You can't just hop on and off anywhere for safety reason I'm sure.read less
In all honesty they need to rename this as a canal tour rather than water taxi. As such, its great....read more As a water taxi its pretty worthless. None of the guides I saw would stop (no room they said) and there's no real opportunity to interrupt the guide to hop off. We took 2 trips. The first was awesome. The second was literally an almost verbatim repeat of the first with a different driver. Maybe if they had 2 different types of boats for the same $11 adult ticket - one does the whole tour, one stops at each stop to hop on and off. So, if you want a great tour of the canal and a quick Oklahoma history lesson, definitely take the water taxi. Don't, however expect it to stop at various points along the canal.read less
Refreshing Taxi ride! We took the water taxi ride twice! Awesome way to travel to sights and restaurants. Our family enjoyed this unique...read more way of traveling!read less
We had the best time on our boat ride! Ryan was our guide, and he was fantastic!! He is a...read more teacher during the school year, and you can tell he loves his summer job. He made the ride very memorable. I grew up in Oklahoma and took Oklahoma history in school, but I learned so many new things on the boat tour. The sculptures representing the land run are amazing. If you're in the area, it is a must try!! The price was very reasonable and gives you an all day pass. You can get on and off at any of the boat pickup areas. It would be beautiful to see during the holiday season.read less