Oklahoma City is the state’s cultural hub. By far Oklahoma’s largest city, it is home to an amazing art and music scene, along with a growing sense of local community and modern midwestern style. Travel + Leisure named Oklahoma City has one of the top places to travel in 2020 because of its expansive list of things to do. The Criterion offers world-class musical events, the Oklahoma Thunder is a top-tier NBA team worth seeing live, and must-see museums like the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum offer a unique insight into the city’s rich history. If you’re a fan of craft beer and amazing food, the revitalized downtown and the historic Bricktown offer the best drinking and dining in the state. Oklahoma City is a must-visit destination and a great place to call home.
Oklahoma also has an incredibly fast-growing medical marijuana scene. The state legalized medical marijuana in June 2018 by State Question 788 and has since seen incredible growth due to fairly relaxed cannabis policies. Under the new laws, home grow is legal. So long as you are a registered medical marijuana patient, you can grow up to six marijuana plants in their homes out of sight of the public. There are also dozens of medical dispensaries throughout Oklahoma City, most of which open at 10AM and operate until 9-11PM. The medical marijuana scene in Oklahoma has grown so quickly that oftentimes there’s confusion as to whether weed is recreationally legal or not. While it’s not yet fully legal, we are hopeful that Oklahoma will soon join the ranks of other legalized states.
Oklahoma City Resources:
Yes. It is legal to smoke medical marijuana in Oklahoma City, so long as you are a registered medical marijuana patient.
There are over a dozen medical dispensaries throughout Oklahoma City where you can purchase weed if you have a valid medical marijuana card.
Yes. It is legal to smoke weed in Oklahoma City, so long as you have a valid medical marijuana card and are on private property out of sight of the public. You cannot use marijuana while in any vehicle, and if you are staying on private property such as an Airbnb, hotel, or apartment, you must have permission from the property owner to smoke.
No. There have been several pushes to allow delivery of medical marijuana in Oklahoma, but weed delivery is still currently not available in Oklahoma. Check-in here for updates on Oklahoma delivery laws.
Yes! Medical dispensaries in Oklahoma City to allow for online ordering for in-store or curbside pickup. You must have your medical marijuana card on you when you pick up your order. Please contact individual dispensaries for shop-specific details.
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