Enid, OK 73701
+1 580 234 0400 (Tourist Information)
Founded in 1893, the city of Enid was named after a character in Lord Tennyson's Idylls of the King. A city of superlatives, this one boasts the 3rd largest food grain capacity storage in the world; no wonder it has earned the sobriquets of "Queen Wheat City" and "Wheat Capital". The early 20th century witnessed a burst in growth due to the gold, wheat and oil industries, and the effects can be seen till date. As of now, Enid is known for its vibrant arts and cultural scene which is manifested through numerous festivals organized annually. Museums, galleries and a pulsating nightlife are a few more reasons to visit this city.