Tulsa is Oklahoma’s second largest city, home to endless attractions and treasures. Tulsa has been known for it’s oil heritage and it’s major role in the birthplace of U.S. Route 66. The Philbrook and Gilcrease Museums are just two of the world-class cultural attractions, along with the extravagant scenes of art deco

Tulsa houses exciting entertainment districts that feature an assortment of eateries, gaming, and shopping opportunities. Check out the Tulsa Drillers this season at the new ONEOK Field. There are many family activities in T-Town, such as the highly-rated Tulsa Zoo, Big Splash Waterpark, along with the city’s Arkansas River trails and outdoor recreation areas.

As for the cultural amenities, there is a diverse variety of choices including the acclaimed Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Opera, Tulsa Symphony Orchestra at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Around town, there are endless theater going opportunities along with the music scene and nightlife that offers anything from country to hip hop to rock.

Every year there are magnificent festivals and events to attend such as Tulsa International Mayfest, Tulsa Oktoberfest and the Oklahoma Scottish Festival celebrate Tulsa’s culture and heritage.