Tulsa was once the oil capital of the world, and now its rich history has transformed it into a vibrant, creative city. This town is filled with Exceptional museums, world-class ballet and opera, professional and recreational sports, live entertainment, bargain and big-ticket shopping, gourmet and down-home cuisine—enjoy these and countless other big-city experiences in a completely different way. No long lines. No huge crowds.
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Look at the amount of Art Deco Architecture, the world class ballet for the city of our size, the Gathering Place, and attractions on Route 66, those are Tulsa specific and no one else has them and it is what qualifies Tulsa as a unique destination to visit.
Gathering Place was voted USA Today’s Best New Attraction of 2019 and you can see why with more than 100 unique experiences to be enjoyed, countless activities, unique programming, special events and multiple dining options. The park has something for everyone from sport courts, a skate park, beautiful gardens, a boat house, adventure playground, cafes, educational activity rooms and an indoor lounge spaces with eclectic furnishings.
Hyatt Regency Tulsa is located in the heart of downtown Tulsa’s vibrant business, entertainment, and cultural districts. Our hotel overlooks the scenic gardens of the Williams Center Complex and is only eight miles from Tulsa International Airport. Our luxury, high-rise Tulsa hotel is adjacent to the famous Tulsa Performing Arts Center and just a few walking blocks from the Cox Convention Center, BOK Center and more than 50 restaurants and bars.
Woody Guthrie was so much more than a singer/songwriter, and here at The Woody Guthrie Center, visitors will learn more about keeping his music and his message of diversity, equality and social justice alive for generations to come. Our facility honors Woody’s life and legacy by educating visitors of his relevance today and his important role in American history.
The Outsiders House Museum unveils a behind the scenes layer that everyone loves: the trivia, the untold yarns, the story behind the story.Stepping into the museum gives fans young and old a chance to stand in the living room where Ponyboy and Darry quarrel, visit the kitchen and recall all the talk about chocolate cake for breakfast, see Dallas Winston’s leather jacket, hear about the mysterious disappearance and reappearance of Francis Ford Coppola’s Director’s Chair, see rare and never before seen photos, movie artifacts and more.