Plan Your Visit
Cox Convention Center is one of the most centrally located venues of its kind in the nation – just minutes from the Will Rogers World Airport, right off I-40, near I-35 in downtown Oklahoma City.
To help you plan your visit, we have included directions and links to a number of dining and entertainment options below.
Traffic Advisories & Map
The parking garage located below the Cox Convention Center is managed by Republic Parking Systems and offers more than 900 parking spaces. Designated parking spaces are available for guests with disablities near each of the four sets of elevators.
Entrances to the undergound parking garage are available on the east side of the building on E.K. Gaylord and on the west side of the building on N. Robinson. The current charge for event parking is $8.00 per entry.
Additional parking is available nearby – throughout downtown and Bricktown. For further information on the parking garage at the Cox Convention Center and other Oklahoma City parking facilities, you may call 235-PARK (7275) or visit one of the links below.
General Facility & Seating Maps
Hotels & Accommodations
Adjacent to the Cox Convention Center are some of Oklahoma City’s top hotels, including the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel which connects by a glass-enclosed sky bridge, and the Sheraton Oklahoma City Hotel that connects through the newly renovated underground concourse that opens into our 900-space underground parking garage. The Courtyard Oklahoma City Downtown hotel and the Colcord, are also just across the street. Links to additional hotels and accommodation guides have been provided below.
Visitors enjoy the proximity to numerous dining and entertainment options including the neighboring Chesapeake Energy Arena, which is home to the NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder. Also just steps away are the Myriad Botanical Gardens and Bricktown, a revitalized warehouse district featuring a variety of canal-side restaurants, clubs, galleries and more. Family fun and recreation are abundant as well. From baseball and bowling, to movies and museums, there’s something for everyone.