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Designed by Olson Kundig, the world-class Bob Dylan Center houses and exhibits exclusive cultural treasures created and owned by Bob Dylan over seven decades. These include handwritten lyric manuscripts to some of the world’s most treasured songs, previously unreleased recordings, never-before-seen film performances, rare and unseen photographs, visual art and other priceless items spanning Dylan’s unparalleled career as one of the world’s most important cultural figures.


Classy-yet-casual dining joints, boutiques that range from designer clothing to signature Tulsa-themed gifts, a cozy cafe, and even a professional ballet company characterize the charming Brookside district, a neighborhood just a short jaunt away from the famed riverside park, Gathering Place. Simultaneously one of Tulsa’s favorite entertainment districts as well as a desirable place to live and work, Brookside has something for everyone, for locals and visitors alike. 


"Buck Atom's Cosmic Curios on 66 is a gift shop in a 1950's PEMCO gas station located on Historic Route 66 in Tulsa, OK. Come visit our 21 Foot Muffler Man Roadside Attraction! The 400 square foot shop has all of your Route 66 gifts, tees, photographs, postcards, souvenirs and more! We also opened Buck's Vintage shop behind our Space Cowboy! The Meadow Gold NEON sign is just across the street from us!


Tulsa's BOK Center is an award-winning and premier sports & entertainment venue in the heart of Downtown Tulsa. The 19,199-seat arena hosts 50+ ticketed events each year including A-list concerts, family shows, sporting events & more. BOK Center is home to the ECHL & IFL Tulsa Oilers. 


Cain’s was built in 1924

 Ownership of Cain’s has changed hands a few times over its long life, but music has remained its focus. The ballroom has proven to be as important to artists as it is to their fans. Bands like The Police, U2, and Van Halen performed at Cain’s as unknown groups long before they played to sold-out arenas. In 1978, Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious famously punched a hole in the wall of the greenroom; that section was removed and is now framed for display.


Explore Cherry Street and discover the multitude of food, drink, and entertainment spots throughout the area.
Cherry Street is a shopping spree hub. As one of the city's most vibrant go-to destinations, shop local novelty stores, clothing boutiques, furniture, home decor, gift shops, and more.


Discovery Lab has been igniting the curiosity of children since 2007, initially as a museum without walls. In May 2013, Discovery Lab opened their first walls in the Owen Park Recreation Center-seeing over 130,000 children and families each year including nearly 30,000 through outreach. In early 2022, the Museum opened a 57,000-square-foot world-class facility in Gathering Place park that will be transformative for Tulsa’s children and families, and will respond to a compelling educational need in the community.


Gathering Place is a 66.5-acre park along the Arkansas River in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Created by the George Kaiser Family Foundation, and designed by landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh.. It is open to the public free of charge. Gathering Place offers a wide variety of attractions for guests to explore free of charge, including 5-acre Chapman Adventure Playground, Williams Lodge, ONEOK Boathouse, QuikTrip Great Lawn, Energy Transfer Sports Courts, a BMX pump track and skate park, Peggy's Pond, as well as numerous gardens, pathways, and trails


Greenwood Rising tells the remarkable and resilient story of the Greenwood community by bringing the story to Tulsa’s Black Wall Street to life. Greenwood Rising will educate Oklahomans and Americans about the Race Massacre and its impact on the state and Nation; remember its victims and survivors, and create an environment conducive to fostering sustainable entrepreneurship and heritage tourism within the Greenwood District specifically,

and North Tulsa generally


Enjoy three miles of tree-lined scenery on the Midland Valley Trail in Tulsa. This concrete route invites bike riders, walkers and joggers with amenities like a rest area, drinking fountains, lighting, signage and trash receptacles. Well-maintained and adjacent to the downtown area, the trail safely accommodates all kinds of outdoor enthusiasts. 


Philbrook Museum of Art is an art museum with expansive formal gardens located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The museum, which opened in 1939, is located in a former 1920s villa, "Villa Philbrook", the home of Oklahoma oil pioneer Waite Phillips and his wife Genevieve. Showcasing nine collections of art from all over the world, and spanning various artistic media and styles, the cornerstone collection focuses on Native American art featuring basketry, pottery, paintings and jewelry.


In the early ‘80s, Oscar winning director Francis Ford Coppola came to Tulsa, OK to catapult S.E. Hinton’s memorable characters off the pages of The Outsiders book onto the big screen. Rather than use a Hollywood back lot, the film maker and crew transformed an ordinary Tulsa neighborhood into a fully functioning movie set. In 1983, The Outsiders was released, featuring a cast of young, talented actors who would go on to become household names.

The Outsiders House Museum is dedicated to the preservation

of the home and memorabilia used in The Outsiders, filmed

by Francis Ford Coppola in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1982.


The Tulsa Arts District is a diverse, culturally robust district in Downtown Tulsa. Grown from a historic oil-rich past with icons including The Tulsa Theater and Cain's Ballroom, the district has evolved over time to become a creative, community-driven engine of the Tulsa economy. With a variety of retail and service shops, restaurants, bars, clubs, galleries, museums, parks, private businesses, and historic music venues we welcome you to Arrive Early and Stay Late in the Tulsa Arts District!


‍Offering the best in outdoor recreation, River Parks’ 26 miles of asphalt-surfaced trails weave past gathering areas, playgrounds, fountains and sculptures along the banks of the Arkansas River in Tulsa. Additionally, River Parks owns and leases hundreds of acres reserved for wildlife habitation and land preservation.


Completed in 1914, Tulsa Theater was designed as a municipal auditorium and convention hall by the architectural firm of Rose and Peterson of Kansas City.  The venue’s impeccable acoustics and reputation for the incredible layout which makes every seat in the house a great seat keep people coming back time and again. Some of the greatest names in show business have graced this historic stage. We hope to see you at the show!


The Riverside Studio in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, also known as Tulsa Spotlight Club or Spotlight Theatre, was built in 1928. It was designed by architect Bruce Goff in International Style. It was built as a house with a studio wing for a music teacher named Patti Adams Shriner.[2] The Riverside Studio was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2001.


Rising above the west bank of the Arkansas River, River Parks’ Turkey Mountain is an untamed oasis in the heart of the city. Encompassing over 750 rugged acres, the park’s thick canopy of native trees watch over winding trails, serene ponds and ancient boulders. Secured to remain a public park in perpetuity, the Wilderness is a one-of-a-kind regional destination that continues to grow in popularity.


Woodward Park, located three miles from downtown Tulsa, encompasses nearly 45 acres surrounded by neighborhoods established during the 1920s and 1930s, including the Terwilleger Height Historic District, the Swan Lake Historic District, and the Maple Ridge Historic District. The Woodward Park and Gardens Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as an example of one of the finest public gardens established in Tulsa during the first half of the twentieth century.


The Woody Guthrie Center is a public museum and archive located in Tulsa, Oklahoma that is dedicated to the life and legacy of American folk musician and singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie. The Center also contains the archives of folk singer, songwriter, and fellow social activist Phil Ochs.


The Tulsa Zoo is an 84-acre non-profit zoo located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States. The Tulsa Zoo is owned by the City of Tulsa, but since 2010, has been privately managed by Tulsa Zoo Management, Inc.

 The zoo is located in Mohawk Park, one of the largest municipal parks in the United States. The zoo hosts a variety of exhibits, including the Lost Kingdom complex and its Valley of the Elephant enclosure.

The Tulsa Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums through September 2028

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