Tulsa is situated in the north-eastern corner of Oklahoma, 99 miles (159 km) northeast of Oklahoma City. It is located between the edge of the Great Plains and the foot of the Ozarks in a generally forested region of rolling hills.
Exceptional museums, world-class ballet and opera, professional and recreational sports, live entertainment, bargain and big-ticket shopping, gourmet and down-home cuisine—enjoy these and countless other big-city experiences in a completely different way. No long lines. No huge crowds. No big attitudes. Just plenty to do, for you and your whole group.
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BREWERIES & VINEYARDS
Tulsa's craft brewers each bring their own unique perspective to the brewing scene to bring more beer and beer lovers to Tulsa. Regional vineyards make for good day trips for wine-loving visitors.
Tulsa's festivals celebrate culture, arts, music, and more. See which annual festivals are coming soon and what to expect at each one.
From fashionable to funky, Tulsa offers a variety of shopping experiences. Explore the historic and very eclectic Cherry Street and Brookside Districts or check out our many boutiques in and around the downtown area, including the Deco and Brady Arts Districts. In south Tulsa, Woodland Hills Mall is more than a million square feet of retail heaven with 165-plus stores, 80 of which are not found anywhere else in Tulsa. In midtown, Utica Square will show you why it is “A Special Place,” with more than 60 stores—including department stores, jewellery boutiques, home furnishing stores, and many one-of-a-kind establishments—in a park-like setting complete with abundant trees, clock towers and old-fashioned lampposts. You’ll find everything you’re looking for in Tulsa—and much more than you expected.
Tulsa boasts one of the nation’s most extensive collections of Art Deco architecture. The downtown Deco District is the natural place to begin feasting your eyes on the many representations of this distinctive style—the Philtower and Philcade buildings, the Atlas Life building, Tulsa Club, and Public Service Company of Oklahoma building, to name a few—but it is by no means the only place. Throughout the city you’ll find Art Deco churches, schools, gas stations, dry cleaners, and residences designed by such masters as Bruce Goff, Francis Barry Byrne and Frank Lloyd Wright. On the south side of downtown stands one of the most celebrated examples of Tulsa’s Art Deco treasures: Boston Avenue Methodist Church. The Tulsa Historical Society is a great source for locating all of these Art Deco masterpieces, which you can explore on your own or enjoy via a very affordable guided tour.
• Philbrook Museum of Art
• Gilcrease Museum
• Blue Whale of Catoosa
• Tulsa Zoo
• Oklahoma Aquarium
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