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Tulsa Travel Guide for Outdoor Lovers

Tulsa Travel Guide for Outdoor Lovers

The New York Times recently published its annual go-to travel list, and Tulsa landed one of its coveted spots. Surprised? Don’t be because in addition to its striking art deco architecture and excellent cultural scene, the city is also an urban oasis, thanks to the many parks and recreational areas within the city. Its location at the foothills of the Ozarks makes Tulsa Oklahoma’s greenest city and a preferred travel destination by many outdoor enthusiasts. Here are a few of the city’s best outdoor attractions. …

The Art Lover’s Guide to Tulsa

The Art Lover’s Guide to Tulsa

Anyone who categorizes Tulsa as just another city in Oklahoma has obviously not been there, because it happens to be one of the most artistically centered cities in the United States. Downtown is full of art deco-styled buildings built in the early 20th century by oil barons who made their fortune through oil rich fields. The neighboring Blue Dome District is made up of eight buildings, including one that was a gas station in the 1920s, and boasts a vibrant street art scene. Midtown Tulsa, near the world-class Philbrook Museum of Art, is full of streets lined with custom-designed houses. …

Top 5 Places to Stay in Tulsa

Top 5 Places to Stay in Tulsa

Tulsa is the cultural and artistic city in the state of Oklahoma. It offers visitors world-class art, plenty of theater and musical productions, and a rich cultural heritage. Its topography is greener than most cities in the state, and its skyline is full of Art Deco styled buildings that rival those in larger cities around the country. The Arkansas River divides the city in half, and the surrounding parks offer guests plenty of places to escape and relax. From budget hotels to rustic inns, these are the best places to stay in Tulsa. …

A Traveler’s Guide to a Weekend in Tulsa

A Traveler’s Guide to a Weekend in Tulsa

Looking for a place to get away for a weekend? Look no further than Tulsa, Oklahoma. Located in the northeast corner of the state and at the foot of the Ozarks region, Tulsa is the second largest city in Oklahoma and the state’s cultural capital. Tourists often overlook Tulsa for…