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After being hit in 1974 with the most devastating tornado in the city's history, Tulsa is back and better than ever. The birthplace of Route 66 offers tons of things to do and experience.
8 lane bowling alley includes a full-service bar, a patio, several giant screen TVs, video games and a lounge. Located in Tulsa's Blue Dome District, this establishment serves as a retro-inspired tribute to the classic bowling alleys of the 1970s.
Philbrook Museum of Art
exhibits are located in the historic home of Waite and Genevieve Phillips. The museum is expanded over 25 acres, known as the Philbrook Gardens, and guests are welcomed to take a walking tour of these.
The Tulsa Zoo
practices reducing its carbon footprint, operational waste and energy usage in order to 'go green'. It is an 85-acre habitat for animals in many exhibits.
, named for the natural gas utility, ONEOK, is the baseball park home to The Tulsa Drillers. Its designers have found a way to cope with the extremely hot weather through the Drillers Splash Zone.
Admiral Twin Drive-In
outdoors Movie Theater is open weekends only, but offers the experience of a movie under the stars.
Tulsa Art Deco Museum
allows you to look back Tulsa's golden age of Art Deco. This historic building features a 1920s-themed gift shop and a quaint coffee shop as well as many Art Deco exhibits.
Hard Rock Tulsa
is full of exciting games and experiences. Complete with a spa, live music and multiple restaurants, you will never run out of things to do.
is a multilevel driving range entertainment venue equipped with unique dining experiences. Offering numerous variations of the classic game, players will find it hard to put their club down.
Tours of Tulsa
offers the Art Deco tour, as well as tours through underground Tulsa, Tulsa's many churches, and Tulsa's high points. Tours are available all week long, but access to some points are limited on the weekend.
Center of the Universe"
is a mysterious location where a phenomenon occurs when someone stands in the center of the circle, facing any direction, and makes a noise. Supposedly, that noise is echoed back several times louder than it was made. Try it out for yourself!
Tulsa Botanic Garden
allows you to visit multiple areas of beauty over 170 acres of nature. Admission is $8 and there is a wide variety of exploration available.
hold the title of the largest bronze sculpture in the world. Located at the entrance to Oral Roberts University, the hands are so massive they can be seen from an airplane.
The fifth-tallest statue in the United States, the
, resembles an oil worker that worked in what once was known as the "Oil Capital of the World".
provides you with a customized and unique sightseeing experience. Be sure to have a valid driver's license In order to ride the Segways!
Brady District Shops
, located within the Brady Arts District, are independently owned stores that bring new ideas and objects into the Tulsa community. Click the link to learn more about each one.
Utica Square Shopping Center
is an upscale outdoor shopping center containing 60 stores ranging from specialty boutiques to department stores. Click the link to learn more about each one.
Opened in 1976,
Woodland Hills Mall
includes 80 shops you will not find anywhere else in Tulsa.
offers over 100 shops to find exactly what you are looking for as well as various eateries.
The Farm Shopping Center
provides you with an open-air mall experience while browsing through 40 stores and restaurants.
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This not so classic hamburger restaurant,
Fat Guy’s Burger Bar
, allows you to take their restaurant challenge, where you must eat a two-pound hamburger patty with 15 slices of bacon, two hot dogs, served with a one-pound side of fries.
El Rancho Grande
's authentic Tex-Mex dishes have rewarded it with the reputation of the best Mexican food on Route 66.
"Noodles. Sushi. Cocktails. Happiness." sums up the Asian restaurant,
, located in the heart of downtown Tulsa.
Beginning in Naples, Italy,
is an Italian restaurant that serves New York style pies coated in homemade mozzarella cheese.
Breweries and vineyards
are located all throughout the Tulsa area. Click the link to learn more about each of them!
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