Tulsa city in Oklahoma is built on the River Arkansas. In the 20th century the oil industry flourished in the city and led to the construction of landmark buildings like the Philcade and Philtower. The home of a local oil business magnate was later turned into an Italianate villa known as The Philbrook Museum.
Places to visit-
- Blue Whale- It is a roadside attraction on the quirky route number 66.
- Tulsa Zoo- It is a kids place where they can enjoy the safari train ride and gain knowledge about various animals.
- Philbrook Museum of Art- Exquisite exhibition of art works in an ornate Italianate Villa.
- Golden Driller Statue- It is a majestic statue of a person who drilled oil in ancient times.
- Gilcrease Museum- It displays art work of Western and native America.
- Center of the Universe- It is marked by a concrete circle having a unique acoustics.
- Woodward Park- It is an arboretum and conservatory with huge gardens in front of it.
- Guthrie Green- It is a modern park that hosts numerous festivals and concerts for the public.
- Safari Joe’s H2O- It is a waterpark with water rides and slides for kids.
- Mohawk Park
- Tulsa Botanic Garden
Places to stay-
- Wyndham Tulsa- The hotel has 2 restaurants and a bar along with an outdoor pool for the guests.
- The Mayo Hotel- A posh and a beautiful architecture hotel with stylish rooms and a trendy rooftop bar.
- Ramada by Wyndham Tulsa- It is a budget hotel having a fitness center and an indoor preheated pool facility for the guests.
- Aloft Tulsa Downtown- It has a contemporary lobby-lounge where the guests can sit and spend some quality relaxation time.