Tulsa is the second most populated city in Oklahoma right on the Arkansas River. Tulsa is known for its unique architectural designs, beautiful attraction, and the hospitality of its people.
A visit to Tulsa will give an experience of a lifetime.
Here are top places to visit and things to do in Tulsa, (OKC)
1. Woody Guthrie Center
Woody Guthrie Center is a museum dedicated to the legacy of the American Folk musician and activist Woody Guthrie.
The center gives you a glimpse into the life of the “This Land Is Your Land” singer due to the many biographies and information present about him.
There are also photos, books, and artworks of the lives of other Folklore stars to help you appreciate the genre of music and other artworks.
2. Oklahoma Aquarium
Oklahoma Aquarium is the best place to experience the lives of ocean animals. The aquarium occupies 72,000 square feet of land and house all kinds of ocean wild lives like lionfish, turtles jellyfish, sharks, and many others.
The Shark Adventure at the aquarium provides exciting entertainment and information on sharks and other wild lives.
3. Tulsa Zoo
This nonprofit zoo is home to hundreds of animals that you might probably just see on television.
A tour of Tulsa Zoo allows you to experience the life of animals such as elephants, chimpanzees, rhinoceros, and many others.
The zoo also organizes education on the conservation of wild lives to protect nature.
4. Tulsa Air and Space Museum
The Tulsa Air and Space Museum is an aerospace center in Tulsa, It is the property of the Tulsa International Airport.
This museum is the place to learn the rich history of Oklahoma aerospace through exciting and interactive exhibitions.
This 35,000 square feet museum established in 1998 is the perfect place to experience the past and future of aerospace.
5. Safari Joe’s H20 Water Park
This is a water theme park that offers all the exciting water-related funs from wave pools, water roller coasters, speed slides, and lazy water fun.
The Safari offers all the water adventures you can think of and also provide animal attractions for a nonaquatic experience that you will love.