Tulsa Ballet - Oklahoma's premiere ballet company featuring the best in classical ballet as well as many demanding modern works. The company was founded in 1956 and is considered to be one of the top ten ballet companies in the country.
Theatre Tulsa - A community theatre presenting quality productions with local volunteers since the spring of 1922.
Tulsa Performing Arts Center - Occupying a half city block in Tulsa's historical downtown, the Tulsa Performing Arts Center houses five theatres and a large reception hall. More than a quarter of a million people visit the Center each year to attend a performance from one of Tulsa's acclaimed arts groups, to sample national and international talent, and to view the PAC's extensive art collection.
Gilcrease Museum - Containing the world's most comprehensive collections of American Indian and Western art, this nationally-celebrated museum includes extensive exhibits on America's prehistory, settlement and expansion, plus themed outdoor gardens.
Bartlesville Area History Museum - Experience the growth and development of Bartlesville and the surrounding areas through historical photographs, documents and artifacts. Learn about Bartlesville, Cooweescoowee District, Indian Territory; the Nellie Johnstone No. 1 - the first commercial oil well in Oklahoma; Frances Yates - the composer of the 12th Street Rag and lots more.
Five Civilized Tribes Museum - Currently housed in the Old Indian Agency building in Muskogee. The Museum preserves the heritage & cultures of the Cherokee, Creek, Chickasaw, Choctaw & Seminole tribes.
Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art - A repository of the largest collection of Judaica in the American Southwest. The goal of this Museum is to foster understanding between people of all cultures through an appreciation of their common history and values.
Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame - Located in the Tulsa Union Depot, was created to educate the public about the significant contributions of Oklahoma's jazz musicians.
Cherokee Heritage Center - The museum has both permanent and temporary exhibits, including the annual Trail of Tears Art Show. The Cherokee National Archives (the legal depository of Cherokee Nation documents) located in the museum includes an ever-increasing collection of important Cherokee historical records, photographs, and documents. The center also offers a genealogical library and a museum shop.
Price Tower Arts Center - A glass and copper skyscraper designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Visitors can tour the Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit, Bruce Goff Apartment and the Price Company Executive Office and Apartment.
BOK Center - Year round venue for various events from sports to entertainers to special events. Check to see what great entertainment is coming next.
Big Splash Water Park - Tulsa's most unique family-oriented entertainment center. The park offers water recreation facilities and rides for fun-lovers of all ages.
Three Rivers Museum - Established to tell the complete story of the founding, settlement and development of the Three Rivers area of Oklahoma. The museum actively seeks to collect, preserve, research, exhibit and interpret a collection of historic artifacts.
Tulsa Air and Space Museum - Beautifully restored and treasured aircraft are featured including a Navy F-14 'Tomcat'. A collection of aviation and space books, magazines, documents, drawings, manuals, photographs, and tapes is available for study and research. Visitors may observe operating aircraft and space engines, instrumentation, and airframe exhibits. Video presentation kiosks are also available.
Philbrook Museum Of Art - One of America's top sixty-five art museums & one of only five museums with the unique combination of historic home, art collections & gardens.
National Rod & Custom Car Hall of Fame Museum - Over 40 custom built exotic vehicles by world renowned custom car builder and designer Darryl Starbird as well as many other famous hot rod and custom car builders. Every square inch of the wall and space is full of photos and memorabilia of famous custom built vehicles including street rods, nostalgic custom cars, vans, pickups, sports cars and more.
Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve - Hidden away in the rugged Osage Hill of Northeastern Oklahoma, in the heart of the U.S., Woolaroc is an anomaly. Located on 3,600 acres, it is part Western art museum, part wildlife refuge, and part nature trail. The facility was established in 1925 as the country home of oilman Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum Company.
J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum - The 40,000 sq. ft. J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum houses a collection of items as diverse as the people and the culture it represents. The museum houses over 20,000 firearms and firearm related items, Native American artifacts, Civil War era artifacts and lots more.
Arkansas River Historical Society Museum - Museum exhibits include the history of the Arkansas River and McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, regional benefits of the waterway, steamboat lore, cargo shipped on the waterway, and archeology.
Tulsa Zoo - The zoo is located on 78 acres within Mohawk Park, which is the third largest park in the United States. Currently, nearly 1,500 animals (436 species) are on exhibit, many of them rare and endangered.
The Bivin Garden - What began as a landscaped flower garden has now become a six acre tract of spacious lawns, numerous flower beds and hundreds of trees and shrubs. The focal points of the garden are ornamental ponds and five rock gardens. Five aviaries which contain peacocks, exotic pheasants and parakeets.
Tulsa Garden Center - Dedicated to providing a gathering place for events with a horticultural and/or environmental purpose, to maintaining a horticulture library for the public, and to support, preserve and enhance the beautiful historic mansion in which it is housed.
Oklahoma Aquarium - Located in Jenks, on the Arkansas River, the Aquarium is scheduled to open to the public in Summer 2002. The Aquarium will offer 200 exhibits, an over one million gallons of water.