Tourism Hotspots

Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa

Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa

Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa is ranked in the top 5 Oktoberfests by USA Today and  will be celebrating it's 41st year  starting Thursday October 17th an...
The History of the Tulsa Fair Grounds and the Tulsa State Fair

The History of the Tulsa Fair Grounds and the Tulsa State Fair

The first Tulsa State Fair was held in 1935 though there were various street fairs in the present downtown area dating back as early as the 1890s, ...
Mother Road Market Pinewood Derby!

Mother Road Market Pinewood Derby!

If you've yet to visit Tulsa's first food hall, located on the corner of 11th and Lewis, the time is now! It's not just the home of our very own De...
Famous Tulsa Marathons

Famous Tulsa Marathons

If you've been in Tulsa long enough, you're eventually bound to find yourself coming up on a blocked off street where runners of all ages, shapes a...
THE MINCKS-ADAMS HOTEL

THE MINCKS-ADAMS HOTEL

The hotel, located at 403 Cheyenne Avenue, was constructed in 1928 by businessman Ike Mincks, and named the Mincks Hotel. The opening of the hotel ...
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL

CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL

The original Central High School was built in 1906 at Fourth Street and Boston Avenue. A new building was built in 1917 and subsequently enlarged a...
Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium

Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium

  Located in the northwest corner of the Tulsa International Airport Property, Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium is a capsule of wonders...
The Public Service Company of Oklahoma Building

The Public Service Company of Oklahoma Building

The Public Service Company of Oklahoma Building was built in 1929 in the zigzag style of Art Deco, designed by Arthur Atkinson and Joseph Koberling...
The Blue Whale of Catoosa

The Blue Whale of Catoosa

  One of the strangest but most well known attractions on Route 66 is the Blue Whale of Catoosa. The enormous oddity stays eternally smiling at all...
Atlas Life Building

Atlas Life Building

The Atlas Life Insurance Company was the first life insurance company based in Tulsa. After years of tremendous growth, the company constructed a d...
Tulsa's Cathedral District

Tulsa's Cathedral District

The largest of the downtown Tulsa districts, and also the only downtown district in which Route 66 passes, The Cathedral district was officially la...
the Mayo Hotel

the Mayo Hotel

When it opened in 1925, the Mayo Hotel was the tallest building in Oklahoma. The Mayo Brothers hired architect George Winkler to design a 19-story ...