Tulsa Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Tulsa; our list of the best things to see, including The Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa Zoo and Tulsa State Fair.
  • The best place in Tulsa: The Philbrook Museum of Art

    The Philbrook Museum of Art

    2727 S Rockford Rd
    Tu-W, F-Su 10AM-5PM; Th 10AM-8PM. In a former residence of local oilman Waite Phillips, has changing exhibits, a sculpture garden, art and artifacts from around the World, and a gift shop unlike anything else in Tulsa.
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  • Tulsa Zoo

    Tulsa Zoo

    6421 E 36th St. N
    $8/$6/$4/Free (Adults/Seniors 55+/Children 3-11/Children under 3). Has zebras, giraffes, elephants, penguins, and reptiles, in addition to a Children's Zoo, Tropical American Rain Forest, Wildlife Carousel, and Zoo Train.
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  • Tulsa State Fair

    Tulsa State Fair

    at the Expo Fairgrounds
    It's the last full week in September. "Funnel cakes" are a tradition.
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  • Oklahoma Aquarium

    Oklahoma Aquarium

    300 Aquarium Drive, Jenks
    Check out more than 200 exhibits featuring thousands of salt and fresh water marine species and also mammals. The aquarium also houses the Karl and Beverly White Fishing Tackle Museum, billed as "the largest and most comprehensive fishing tackle collection in the world!"
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  • Oklahoma Aquarium

    Oklahoma Aquarium

    Expect to be surprised and impressed! The Oklahoma Aquarium is home to the largest bull sharks in captivity, seen through a unique tunnel and dome. Plus hundreds of other fish and interactive touch and feed tanks.
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  • Tulsa Oktoberfest

    Tulsa Oktoberfest

    Official Tulsa Oktoberfest Page - October18-21, 2012. More at www.tulsaoktoberfest.org
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  • The Tulsa Promenade

    The Tulsa Promenade

    4107 S Yale Ave.
    M-Tu 9AM-10PM, W 8AM-6PM, Th: Closed. F 8AM-9PM, Sa 10AM-9PM, Su noon-6PM.. Renovated in 2005. The University of Oklahoma is located nearby, and the mall is approximately 2 miles south of the Expo Square, State Fairgrounds and several hotels, all of which provide shuttle service for shoppers.
  • Yokozuna

    Yokozuna

    309 E 2nd St
    M-Th 11AM-10PM; F 11AM-12AM; Sa 5PM-12AM.
  • Turkey Mountain

    Turkey Mountain

    Excellent location for hiking and mountain biking, with lots of side trails to explore. Features great views of Oral Roberts University and Downtown.
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  • Gardner's Used Books, Music & Comics, Inc.

    Gardner's Used Books, Music & Comics, Inc.

    (South Tulsa|Industrial Zone) Oklahoma's largest used book store, although the variety is very good, the prices here are terribly inflated compared to other bookstores. [15]
  • Oklahoma Scottish Games & Gathering

    Oklahoma Scottish Games & Gathering

    Recently moved to River West Festival Park
    It's always the third weekend in September.
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  • Oxley Nature Center

    Oxley Nature Center

    5701 E 36th St
    Hidden in the woods behind the Tulsa Zoo. Open almost all year. Has a few different habitats built up, such as a mini-prairie, a marsh with a walkover, ponds, woods, and plenty of opportunity for bird-watching.
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  • Palace Café

    Palace Café

    1301 E 15th St
    Fine dining restaurant featuring freshly prepared, local cuisine. Lunch Tu-F 11AM-2PM
  • Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art

    Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art

    2021 E 71st St
    50; Seniors age 55+ $4.50; Student age 6-21 $3; free admission to teachers with school ID. The largest collection of Judaica in the American Southwest, flagship of The Fenster/Sanditen Cultural Center. As an arts education institution, and the only American Jewish museum in the region, utilizes both art and history to preserve and present Jewish culture.
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  • Mama Trizza's

    Mama Trizza's

    1448 S. Delaware Ave.
    An artisan gift shop, representing local and regional artisans. Pottery, glass, jewelry, hand-turned wood, metal sculptures, stained glass, fountains, yard art, and locally made soap and candles are a few of the many unique items available in this charming shop.
  • Shades of Brown Coffee & Art

    Shades of Brown Coffee & Art

    3302 S Peoria Ave
    Su-Th 8AM-11PM F-Sa 8AM-12PM. Offers quality coffee in a friendly environment. They feature local art on display, with a different artist every month. They also have live music in the evenings.
  • McNellie's Public House

    McNellie's Public House

    409 E 1st St
    An Irish pub with over 60 beers on tap.
  • Route 66

    11th St
    Renovated in 2005. The University of Tulsa is located nearby, and Tulsa Promenade mall is 2 mi S of the Expo Square, State Fairgrounds and several hotels, all of which provide shuttle service for shoppers.
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  • Cherry Street Farmer's Market

    15th and Peoria
  • Geo Science Center

    8801 S Yale
    (closed in 2009 -- sorry!)[1]
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  • Greenwood Cultural Center

    322 N Greenwood Ave.
    Serves to promote the history of Tulsa’s Greenwood District. Was home to one of the worst race riots in American history. Special performances are often held at this center.
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  • Woodland Hills Mall

    7021 S Memorial Dr.
    M-Sa 10AM-9PM; Su noon-7PM. 2-level, 1.2 million square-foot, super regional shopping center. The center features more than 165 stores, including over 80 stores you won't find anywhere else in Tulsa. Children's play area, a glass elevator and a food court.
  • Tulsa Air and Space Museum

    3624 N 74th E Ave.
    Tu-Sa 10AM-5PM; Su 1PM-5PM. TASM Collection Highlights include a WWII German Jet Engine, An F-14 Tomcat, Two of Burt Rutan's Experimental aircraft, A locally built Gyrocopter by Spartan Aeronautics, and Art-Deco sections of the original Tulsa International Airport Terminal. TASM also has Many historical and interactive exhibits of interest to young and old alike.
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  • Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame

    111 E 1st St.
    Housed in the beautiful Art Deco-style Union Station Depot, many local jazz performances are held here.
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  • Blue Whale

    6 miles south of Claremore on Rt
    66 in nearby Catoosa. Large blue whale rests in a swimming hole.
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  • BOK Center

    200 S Denver Ave.
    Depends on act/performance. Tulsa's new sleek, and modern center is the pride of the city. Opened in September 2008, it has already hosted such acts as The Eagles, Celine Dion, Elton John, Billy Joel, and many more are on the way. Starting in summer 2010, the arena will also be the new home of the Tulsa Shock WNBA team, which moved from Detroit after the 2009 season. With fine dining nearby and numerous hotels to stay at, this center is the centerpiece of Vision 2025, a plan to revitalize Downtown and certain parts of the city.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Tulsa uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.