This historic music venue was once the home of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys. Now it hosts the hottest indie bands at reasonable ticket prices and is a Tulsa nightlife hotspot. Read more.
Standing 76 feet tall and weighing in at a whopping 43,500 pounds, the Golden Driller has been standing tall on the Tulsa State Fairgrounds since 1966. He even withstood a tornado! Read more.
One of the world's most comprehensive collections of Western art. Remingtons, Russells and notable American Indian works. The first Tuesday of the month admission is FREE! Read more.
Great for mountain biking & hiking - all without having to leave the city! Get off the beaten path while still enjoying views of Tulsa. Check out photos of the trails here----> Read more.
Trendy boutiques, specialty shops and delicious restaurants line the RiverWalk Crossing in Jenks. Be sure to check out the world-class Oklahoma Aquarium located just one block away. Read more.
Find out what time they are feeding the sharks and be sure to be at their tank. These are the world's largest captive bull sharks. Read more.
Feel free to take photos and gather free tourist info leave a donation too. It helps to keep the whale happy. Read more.
Experience 24-hour gaming on 2300 slot machines, 70 gaming tables, six nightlife venues, and eight spectacular restaurants. If you win big, treat yourself to dinner at McGill’s on 19. Read more.
With over 165 stores-80 of which can't be found anywhere else in Tulsa-Woodland Hills Mall has something to suit everyone. Shop til you drop, then head to the food court for a snack. Read more.