Things to Do in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Home to Southern hospitality and exceptional dining.
Prachi Dharap Jul 6, 2019
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Situated along Route 66 and the Arkansas River, Tulsa is the second largest city in Oklahoma.
Visit the Tulsa Historical Society & Museum featuring eight rotating exhibit galleries with stories from Tulsa'a past.
Admire the vast gardens and beautiful 72-room Italian Renaissance style house of Oilman Waite Phillips donated for Philbrook Museum of Art.
Catch up on entertainment and fun with your friends at the Blue Dome District.
Learn more about nature and wildlife at the Tulsa Zoo. Find rare and most elusive species like Komodo dragon, chuckwalla, lionfish, African penguins, etc.
Gathering Place is a fun amusement park for family and friends. It has many attractions like adventure playgrounds, skate park, sky gardens, mist mountain, etc.
Swan Lake is the oldest and most beautiful park in Tulsa.
The lake was donated by Samuel Orcutt and W. P. Moore in 1910 to the City of Tulsa.
Driving along the Route 66 is more special in Tulsa because of Cyrus Avery, a local resident considered to be the Father of Route 66.

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Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza was built to memorialize the Tulsa local and father of Route 66 – Cyrus Avery.
Center of the Universe in Downtown Tulsa is known for its acoustic anomaly.
Boston Avenue United Methodist Church completed in 1929, is considered to be one of the finest examples of ecclesiastical Art Deco architecture in USA.
Visit the world’s largest collection of arts and artifacts of the American West  at the Gilcrease Museum.