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.
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.
One of Oklahoma's top recreational lakes with 1,300 miles of shoreline, great fishing and several surrounding communities offering attractions, dining and lodging. 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.
Stone Bluff Cellars is named for the hill country bluffs that overlook the Arkansas River near Tulsa. Sample award winning wines & plan enjoy a delicious lunch on the patio, overlooking the vineyard. Read more.
This is a perfect lunch or dinner stop on your Route 66 roadtrip. Try the house special - pamper fried chicken - but be sure to save room for the mile-high pies. The pies are unforgettable! Read more.
Twelve galleries are filled with Will Rogers memorabilia and a theater features film clips of Rogers performing roping tricks and more. Rogers' tomb is on the grounds of this Route 66 area museum. Read more.
With hand-rolled, stone baked crust every pizza is a masterpiece. Start with a cheesy mushroom cap appetizer and enjoy the fresh tomato topped Dominquer pie. Carrie Underwood worked here pre-Idol! Read more.
Shoot a blowgun dart, try your hand at stickball and learn about the lifestyle of the Cherokee people before European contact when you take a guided tour of the Ancient Village here. Read more.
Keystone State Park is a great park for families or couples. ATV area & kids fishing pond for the family to enjoy. Romantic cabins with fireplaces & Jacuzzi tubs for the couples getaway. Read more.
Summerside Vineyards, Winery & Meadery provides a relaxing oasis with its delicious wine tastings, patio seating and bistro meals. Private parties, winery events and custom tours available. Read more.
World famous custom car builder, Darryl Starbird displays the futuristic creations of his and other legends. These cars inspired the model car craze of the 1960s. It's a show car lover's dream. Read more.
Can't-miss experiences at the top-rated Tulsa Zoo include the penguins, hand feeding the birds at Feather Fest, the Tropical Rain Forest exhibit and the cute sea lions, Briney and Dorsey. Read more.
Over 40 rare vintage motorcycles are on display including Steve McQueen's personal racing Husqvarna. A growing Evel Knievel collection and antique helmet exhibit. Lg. motorcycle-related gift shop. Read more.
Take your aerospace knowledge to new heights at the Tulsa Air and Space Museum with its hands-on activities & displays. Be sure to check out the planetarium for a 3-D look into the night skies. Read more.
Travel back in time with this 1970s-inspired, eight lane bowling alley. A night out wouldn't be complete without a round of beer and order of extreme tots, which come with a sparkler. Read more.
This quirky Route 66 icon was named one of the Top 50 Roadside Attractions in America by Time Magazine in July 2010. A must-stop photo op along Route 66 just outside of Tulsa. Read more.
This historic Vaudeville theatre was built in 1929 and is an opulent gem. Take a tour to get a look behind the stage and check out the Mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ or catch silent movie screening. Read more.
The hiking trails at Lake Eufaula State Park offer outdoor recreation and a chance to reconnect with nature year-round. Read more.
Practice your swing at the 18-hole golf course inside Sequoyah State Park or visit the Sequoyah Riding Stables for horseback rides on shaded trails. While there, stay at the Western Hills Guest Ranch. Read more.
Over 2,000 slot machines plus poker and blackjack. Make a night of it with dinner in one of 5 restaurants and a stay at the luxurious hotel. Driveway in MO, parking lot in KS & casino thrills in OK! Read more.
With a rooftop view of Downtown Tulsa, El Guapo's Cantina is a great place to enjoy Mexican specialty dishes, 7 days a week. Taco Tuesdays offer traditional-style carnitas tacos for only $1! Read more.
Situated on Route 66 along the banks of the Verdigris River in a rustic log cabin, Molly's Landing offers delicious steaks, game, seafood and Hawaiian pit-style chicken and pork. A Rt. 66 must. Read more.
Spanish colonial architecture, old world elegance and modern flair combine in this upscale hotel located just off Route 66. Book a stay in one of the 26 uniquely themed rooms for a memorable time. Read more.
Six acres of lush plants & flowers welcome you to Lendonwood Gardens in Grove. If you need some quiet reflection, head to the Japanese Pavilion or say a little prayer by the Angel of Hope statue. Read more.