A cosmopolitan atmosphere and an old west charm, Tulsa is home to great people. Tulsa is among the best places to visit as it not just offers lots of things to do and go to. The people here are willing you give you direction to find your way around the city.
Philbrook Museum of Art Visit the Philbrook Museum of Art and walk onto its lush grounds as well as get mesmerized by its 1920’s opulence and refinement. The museum is situated within the former mansion of Waite Phillips. The museum houses stunning permanent collections, flawless garden landscapes, and delightful art exhibits. Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium The place, you can find a state of the art planetarium that houses interactive exhibits and vintage airplane displays. There is a 50-foot 3D planetarium dome that will take you from the skies that looks down Tulsa to galaxies, planets, asteroids, and more. You can even seat in the cockpit of F-14A with a realistic simulator that will test your piloting skills. Tulsa River Parks Tulsa River Parks offer a diverse recreation for fishermen, cyclists, disc-golfers, and even pedestrians. This place is an outdoor retreat located along the banks of Arkansas River. You can walk on foot or rent a bike and explore the river trails while soaking under the sun and enjoy fresh air. You can head to Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area and descend into Oklahoma wilderness without having to leave Tulsa. The place features 300 acres of dirt trails, making it perfect for mountain biking, hiking, and horseback riding. Watch Live Shows Tulsa boasts in live music and historic entertainment venues. Some of the best places to visit to enjoy music and entertainment include the iconic Cain’s Ballroom, the Brady Theater, BOK Center, and Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Tulsa Zoo The Tulsa Zoo is the perfect place for the whole family to visit. Feast your eyes on Australian kangaroos, Malayan tigers, African-American lions, and South American Jaguars. Ride the popular Safari Train and explore a variety of exhibits including the state of the art visual displays and studios, interactive petting areas, walk-through caves, a recreated Massai village, sensory gardens, and pre-Columbian ruins.
Located in the northern part of the city, Tulsa International Airport has major airlines providing flights to different major cities in the U.S. The airport may seem small, but it’s neat and clean with a comfortable atmosphere. There are chairs and sofas all around and the parking are as well as the car rental is well integrated. An alternative is the Richard L. Jones, Jr. Airport. This is an aviation airport located in the south downtown Tulsa.
The best times to visit Tulsa are during the late spring and early summer as the weather is fine and allows you to enjoy the attractions and things to do in the city. There are loads of festivals during summer as well as shows and concerts presented in open-space amphitheaters.