We hope you're up for a rockin' evening, because Cain's Ballroom is sure to deliver. This Tulsa attraction has a knack for discovering hot new bands and drawing classic superstars to its intimate stage. Let's do some name dropping. How does checking out bands like Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses, House of Pain, Yonder Mountain String Band, Bowling For Soup and Social Distortion sound?
If outdoor activities are your passion, LaFortune Park is a must-see park. If the idea of a city municipal park doesn't thrill you, then LaFortune is about to change your mind. There's a Community Center on site, a pool and other attractions. During summer, activities like team sports, youth camps, exercise and art classes pick up.
Embark on an underwater adventure at the Oklahoma Aquarium, where 8 exhibit galleries and attractions await featuring exotic creatures from the sea. Salt-water and fresh-water fish and animals will have you oohing and aahing. If you're feeling brave, you can feed and touch the stingrays and small sharks.
Pay tribute to the greatest names in jazz and their far-reaching influence on modern music at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. You can stroll the museum area and look at exhibits and attractions that feature original photos and hall of fame awards presented to greats like Ella Fitzgerald and Bob Wills. Or you can catch a live show featuring notable performers like Amy Cottingham, Jared Johnson and more.
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.
Check out the sprawling 72-room mansion that is the Philbrook Museum of Art. This museum attraction is as much a work of art as the paintings and sculptures on display. You'll find art from America, Europe, Asia, Africa and beyond both in the permanent collections and current exhibits.
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.
Everything that is important, experimental, traditional and unique about the arts and culture scene can be found at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. The center includes two performance halls that host a variety of shows and entertainment attractions, including the symphony, Broadway-caliber productions, national headliners and more.
Come and ride, explore and have a blast on the Arkansas River, thanks to the folks at Tulsa River Parks. River Parks offers 22 miles of asphalt trails on both sides of the Arkansas River, where people hike, bike and jog along the picturesque river banks. Entertainment and other fun outdoor activities and attractions are regularly scheduled during seasonal months.
If you value creativity and diversity visit the, Tulsa Zoo, the premier family recreation destination and the leading wildlife education and conservation resource in Oklahoma.