Tulsa Vacations & Travel Packages!
The second largest city in the state of Oklahoma, Tulsa is the principal municipality of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area. The city is located on the bank of Arkansas River at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in the northeast Oklahoma. Tourists can visit this city for a trip into a glimmering metropolis filled with first-class attractions, pulsating nightlife venues and elite shopping destinations that vary from fashionable to unique.
Places of Interest in Tulsa
There is no better shopping destination in Tulsa for an elegant dose of retail therapy than Utica Square. This square is designed to meet the yearnings of fashion and home decor buffs. Utica Square boasts an immense array of top-notch boutiques. After shopping, tourists can enjoy a cup of freshly brewed Topeca coffee at Queenie’s.
A wonderful place to visit with family and kids, Tulsa Zoo features African lions, South American jaguars, Australian kangaroos, and Malayan tigers in over 80 acres of verdant area. Tourists can take a ride around the zoo on safari train and explore an assortment of exhibits including state-of-the-art audio and visual displays, interactive petting areas, walk-through caves, pre-Columbian ruins, a recreated Massai village, sensory gardens, and much more.
Philbrook Museum of Art
To experience 1920s refinement and opulence, one can walk onto the verdant grounds of Philbrook Museum of Art. It is a prestigious museum of fine art. The museum welcomes visitors to explore its stunning permanent collections, enticing art exhibits, and immaculate garden landscapes. The gardens in the museum have reflecting pools.
Offering a world full of American Indian legend, Gilcrease Museum is located close to downtown Tulsa. The museum boasts one of the world's most comprehensive collections of Western art, historical manuscripts, artifacts, antique maps, and much more. The galleries in the museum are replete with astounding 10,000 works of art encompassing large-scale masterpieces of American landscape, 18 of Frederic Remington’s 22 bronze sculptures, and an unparalleled anthropology collection. In addition to this, there are 11 themed gardens in the museum.