Here, you'll find galleries, restaurants and studios in a portion of town that time forgot - but the arts remembered.
The Paseo was built in 1929 as the first commercial shopping district north of downtown Oklahoma City.
This little Spanish village with its stucco building and clay tile roofs is the home of Oklahoma City's artists' community.
On this little tree lined street you will find painters, potters, photographers, writers and actors.
Within the two blocks of the Paseo you can visit stained glass works, a pottery studio, watch a painter at work, see a performance of a
children's theater group, have dinner and shop.
This colorful village hosts an annual art festival every Memorial Day weekend.
The Historic Paseo Arts District, is the oldest Arts District Community in Oklahoma City.