There is no need to go to vacation without a plan. Here are the top places to visit in Tulsa and why.

 

Blue Dome Entertainment District

This downtown location is a local’s favorite, but also a famous tourist spot. The area is packed with pubs, clubs and restaurants you should check out. Furthermore, the neighborhood offers many shopping opportunities for avid fans of this activity. No matter if you are a hipster or came here with your family, there is something for everyone.

 

Utica Square

If you feel the need to engage in some retail therapy, Utica Square is the right place to go. The city’s upscale stores are located here, but you can also check out the antique and interior design stores. After a good dose of shopping, sit down at one of the cafes for a nice lunch or a cup of coffee.

 

The performance venues

Tulsa has may concert venues and theaters you may want to visit. For example, you might be able to get tickets to the famed Cain’s Ballroom, and attend one of the events happening here. The venue was built in 1920, and some of the world’s most important artists held live performances here.

 

Gilcrease Museum

If you are looking for a downtown museum that is easy to reach, check out Gilcrease Museum. The building includes historical manuscripts, but also 10,000 art work pieces dating back from the 19th century. This all American museum hosts many events and exhibits that will help you understand more about the country’s history.

 

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

When you visit Tulsa, don’t forget to stop by the famous Hard Rock Hotel. Its colorful nightlife and rock atmosphere draw in numerous visitors everyday, and things can get quite rowdy on weekends.

 

Tulsa Zoo

Family friendly activities are fun, so go to Tulsa Zoo for a day surrounded by this zoo’s animals. Here you will get to have interactive experiences with the animals, as well as enjoy exhibits like the Giraffe Experience or the African penguin exhibit.

 

Philbrook Museum of Art

Get a taste of the glamorous lifestyle of the past with a trip to this museum. The Italian styled villa was built in the 20’s, and you get the chance to visit all the rooms as well as the gardens if you take a tour.

 

Tulsa River Parks

Are you looking to relax and spend some time in a natural setting? Head over to the Tulsa River Parks for a picnic or a day of hiking and biking. The parks offer bikes to rent, and the 300 acres of terrain will give you more than enough room to practice your favorite sports.

 

Tulsa Air and Space Museum

The 3D planetarium will enable you to watch stars located million of light years away, and practice your piloting skills with a hands-on interactive program.

 

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

If you want to see ballet performances, visit the Tulsa Performing Arts Center for a evening. The art center is the place to watch amazing ballet performances and spend your time in a lavish environment.