Learn about the ancient American Indian's way of life before it was trampled by European settlers at the Cherokee Heritage Center at Tsa-La-Gi. Watch basket weaving, cooking, weapon making and recreation at the village square.
Beyond the extensive Gilcrease Museum collections and exhibits are its beautiful facilities and gardens. Themed gardens have been developed on 23 of the museum's 460 acres. Tours, workshops, musical events and lectures provide numerous opportunities to expand one’s insight into the museum and the history it presents.
Discover the funky theater in an industrial park, the Nightingale Theater. A relatively new entry to the Tulsa theater scene, the Nightingale has won numerous awards like "Best New Theater" and "Best in Oklahoma."
Hit the jackpot – win or lose – at the Osage Million Dollar Elm Casino. Play traditional slot machines that pay out big, or take your chances on blackjack, Texas Hold ‘Em, Three-Card Poker and more. The casino also features attractions like a grill and an entertainment lounge with a bar.
There's an extensive collection of early and modern historic Jewish Art at the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, the only museum of its kind in the region. In fact, the museum rivals nationally known Jewish art museums for its extensive and complete collection that tells the history of Jewish culture from antiquity to modern day.
How many ways does the Tulsa Garden Center grow? By the thousands, judging from the number of specimens and gardens that make up this sprawling center that's known as the horticultural headquarters for Tulsa. The attraction is open to the public and admission to stroll the grounds is free.
Get inspired at the little theater that could. Beating all odds, the Tulsa Little Theatre is an intimate affair that seats 260 patrons and stages modern comedies like "Jack Benny: Comedian in Bloom" and "Are We There Yet?" It was rebuilt after its original building fell into disrepair.
Take a short trip outside of Tulsa to the Will Rogers Memorial Museum, where you can view his artifacts, memorabilia, saddle collection and more. America's favorite satirist and cowboy poet from the Great Depression, Will Rogers originally bought the 20-acre land as a retirement estate, but died shortly after.
Address: 4770 S Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74135 - MAP
Phone: (918) 747-9393