21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City by MGallery

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The 21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City is located in Oklahoma City’s downtown and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Originally opened in 1916 as a manufacturing complex called the Oklahoma City Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant, the factory first produced the legendary Ford Model T. At its height, the complex could turn out 200 copies of the car in a single day. When the plant closed down in 1967, it became the home of the Fred Jones Manufacturing Company for the next 46 years. Debuting as the 21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City in 2018, the building is now an inviting hotel with 135 guestrooms and features a contemporary art gallery of over 14,000 square feet.

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Discover the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and the Myriad Botanical Gardens only a few blocks away; and it’s a quick journey to The Paseo Arts District.

Discover

Discover the historic luxury of 21C Museum Hotel Oklahoma City by MGallery, a repurposed 1916 Ford Model T manufacturing plant that is now a modern, light-filled, contemporary hotel.

Explore

Explore the Oklahoma City Museum of Modern Art's Dale Chihuly glass artwork installations.

Experience

Experience the thriving urban renaissance of the historic Bricktown Canal area.

Taste

Taste the New American cuisine at Mary Eddy's Kitchen x Lounge, a critically acclaimed art-filled restaurant within the hotel's former Model T showroom.

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