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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.
With more than 10,000 paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures by 400 artists from colonial times to the present,
has the world’s largest and more comprehensive collection of art of the American West. The museum also offers an unparalleled collection of Native American art and artifacts, as well as historical manuscripts, documents and maps.
Excitement is in the air at the
Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame
. We have so much going on in our "home" at Tulsa's old Union Depot Building, located in downtown Tulsa - which we affectionately refer to as the "Jazz Depot." We would like to thank you for your support of this beautifully-crafted historic landmark, our music arts programming and our cultural outreach to the youth. We invite you and, your friends, loved ones and colleagues to join us in a whirlwind of amazing music concerts, community-based arts programming and exciting special events. Remember, to call the Jazz Hall for all of your special events needs. We have several beautiful spaces for lease. Admission to the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame is free!
Formerly the home of oilman Waite Phillips, Villa
was given to the city of Tulsa and restored to preserve the grandeur of the 1920s. Philbrook exhibits more than 8,500 works of art at the original location and now boasts a second location downtown, featuring contemporary art. The museum has 23 acres of exquisite English gardens and serves as many as 150,000 visitors annually.
Philbrook Museum of Art satellite location,
, is the perfect venue for the work of Allan Houser. The early 20th-century industrial warehouse contains three distinct but interrelated initiatives: the display of Modern and contemporary art and Native American art, as well as a robust research and programming agenda. Two smaller spaces on the main level, the William S. Smith Gallery and the adjacent Irene and Sanford Burnstein Gallery, enable Philbrook curators to freshen the presentation with rotating exhibitions.
Tulsa Historical Society
is the only museum in Tulsa focused on building, preserving, and presenting a broad based general collection of Tulsa’s history. Thanks to the vision, tenacity and commitment of dedicated board and volunteers, the Tulsa Historical Society is located within a superb 28,000 square foot facility and grounds, formerly the site of a historic home in the Woodward Park complex. Established in 1963, the Tulsa Historical Society holds an extensive collection of resources on our city’s rich past. The collection contains nearly 150,000 still photographs, books, maps, documents, graphics, and more.
Woody Guthrie Center
is dedicated to preserving Woody Guthrie's body of work and celebrating his life and the continuation of his legacy. As an educational facility, we provide resources to students, teachers, and academics about Woody's important role in American history and his advocacy for social justice. The Woody Guthrie Center is more than a museum; instead, it is a center of investigation for inspiration. By providing examples of Woody’s ability to use his creativity as a way of expressing the world around him, we hope to encourage others to find their voices and the power that lies within the creative process.
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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