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- Wheeler District Ferris wheel reopens June 16.
“The summer season is nearly here, and so is the Wheeler District Ferris wheel,” said Ashley Terry, vice president of development for the Wheeler District. “We can’t wait to see everyone hanging out in the hammocks, playing games and getting a bird’s eye view of downtown.”
The iconic Oklahoma City attraction will operate under its regular hours:
- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
- Friday: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
- Saturday: 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.
- Sunday: 12 – 9 p.m.
- Monday: Closed
Single-ride tickets cost $6 per person, day passes are available for $10 and a season pass sells for $20. Group ticket rates are available, and kids 3 and under ride free.
During this season, the Wheeler District has implemented new safety precautions. Staff will wear masks, manage social distancing in the ticket line and increase cleaning procedures, including wiping down gondolas with disinfectant after every ride.
More information is available at www.wheelerdistrict.com/ferris-wheel.
About Wheeler District
Wheeler District is a newly-imagined neighborhood in downtown Oklahoma City. Wheeler District is first to expand the modern development footprint to the south bank of the Oklahoma River. Its layout encourages walking or bicycling to school, work, dining, the Ferris wheel and beyond. From urban cottages to townhomes, Wheeler District features a range of for-sale and for-rent housing for pioneering families that want the convenience and quality of a newly constructed home connected to the amenities and offerings of Oklahoma City’s dynamic urban core. Wheeler District is near but separate from historic and city-owned Wheeler Park. Learn more at www.wheelerdistrict.com.