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Bartlesville Convention & Visitors Bureau

Bartlesville Convention & Visitors Bureau

In Bartlesville, Oklahoma, 'the town that oil built', you can see roaming herds of exotic animals on an oil baron's vast ranch, explore Frank Lloyd Wright's only skyscraper, shop for unique treasures and experience the art, culture and history of the American West.

Bartlesville is proud of the many attractions and assets that continue the legend of exploration and innovation, including museums, dramatic architecture, art collections, scenic prairie life and world-renowned events.

Each year citizens and visitors enjoy the diversity and entertainment of the:

  • Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra
  • Civic Ballet
  • Choral Society
  • Community Concert Association
  • Bartlesville Theater
  • Ok Mozart International Festival

 

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Claremore Convention & Visitors Bureau

Claremore Convention & Visitors Bureau

Claremore, located on Historic Route 66, is known for its many historically relevant museums including J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum, Will Rogers Memorial Museum, Oklahoma Military Academy Museum, Belvidere Victorian Mansion and the Lynn Riggs Memorial Museum or Totem Pole Park, home of the world's largest totem pole in nearby Foyil.

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Broken Arrow Convention & Visitors Bureau

Broken Arrow Convention & Visitors Bureau

Broken Arrow is a suburb located south and east of Tulsa. We are in the Heart of Green Country and only minutes from major Attractions, Lakes, Rivers and Wilderness.

Broken Arrow is the perfect place for visitors to stay offering a wide variety of excellent restaurants and affordable overnight accommodations.

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Kaw Lake Association

Kaw Lake Association
  • Water Sports
  • Hunting
  • Eagle Watching
  • Fishing and more

All at Kaw Lake, in the northwest portion of Green Country.

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Route 66

Route 66 This county-by-county brochure of Oklahoma's historic Route 66 provides visitors with county maps, driving directions, attractions, community overviews, roadside highlights and much more.  Just perfect to tuck away in the car for your next venture out on the Mother Road. Add To List (remove from list) Request Selected Brochures »

Castle of Muskogee, The

Castle of Muskogee, The
  • Renaissance Festival every May
  • Fireworks Sale - June 15-July 5/Dec 26-31
  • Halloween Festival every week-end in October
  • Rent the Castle: Have your event in the The Castle; Weddings, Receptions, Banquets, Family Reunions, Business Meetings and more.
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Osage Tribal Tourism

Osage Tribal Tourism

The Osage Reservation history extends back a millennia and is woven into a contemporary fabric of rich tribal culture, oil, money and cowboys.

Take time to visit the many historical sites, museum and attractions we have to offer

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Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce

Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce

"Home on the Range".... 'aptly describes Pawhuska, home of the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, the Osage Indian Tribe, real-live Cowboy Heroes, and much more.

When the wagon trains headed west, they had to cross the tallgrass prairie, an ecosystem that covered 142 million acres at that time.

About 60 miles northwest of Tulsa, Pawhuska is the gateway to the Nature Conservancy's Tallgrass Prairie Preserve. Now spanning a vast 39,000 acres and disturbed only by the thunder of more than 2,000 bison, it is the only protected ecosystem of its kind in the world. Also roaming free you will find white-tailed deer, bobcats, armadillos, beavers, badgers, coyotes and 300 species of birds.

A scenic route takes visitors through the heart of the preserve. Starting and returning in Pawhuska, the drive is about 35 miles and can take a couple of hours. There are five scenic turnouts on the route.

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Vinita Chamber of Commerce

Vinita Chamber of Commerce

Vinita is nestled where the golden prairies meet the foothills of the Ozarks. This northeastern corner of Oklahoma is abundant with natural beauty and recreational opportunities.

Established in 1871, and the second oldest town in Oklahoma, Vinita was born under the struggles of the Cherokee Nation and the expansion of the railroad. It was originally named Downingville and later changed to Vinita, in honor of Vinnie Ream, the sculptress who created the life-size statue of Lincoln at the United States Capitol.

The name change was spearheaded by Elias C. Boudinot, whose father and 34 others sold the Cherokee ancestral lands to the U.S. Government, resulting in the Cherokee Trail of Tears Mass Migration in 1838. Not surprisingly, the sale of the land split the Cherokee Nation politically and the streets in Vinita are named for prominent leaders and citizens on both sides of the dispute.

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Will Rogers Memorial Museum

Will Rogers Memorial Museum

Laughter and home spun humor lift visitors' spirits and echo the unique life and legacy of a frontier cowboy at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum and birthplace ranch northeast of Tulsa.

In historic Claremore, nine galleries in a regal museum are alive with videos, audio, theaters, art and artifacts.

The captivating, interactive exhibits vividly define the wit, wisdom, and talents that transformed cowboy-humorist, Will Rogers into an American original. Two hours or a day can pass quickly in the memorable setting.

Two miles northeast of Oologah, an 1870's log-walled house defies time on a 400-acre living history ranch where Will Rogers was born into a pioneer Cherokee family before Oklahoma became a state. Farm animals and Texas Longhorn cattle roam the bucolic hillside with it's sweeping view of Lake Oologah.

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Southern Oaks Resort & Spa

Southern Oaks Resort & Spa

Southern Oaks Resort & Spa is the newest relaxation destination for South Grand Lake. Located just 1.5 miles from the lake, Southern Oaks Resort makes a great starting point for anywhere you might want to go on Grand Lake.

Established in 2003, we added 9 brand new cabins in the summer of 2005. Our resort is located on 30 lush acres of woods with:

  • Hiking trails for the adventurous
  • Basketball court
  • Sand Volleyball court
  • Outdoor pavilion for family reunions

Our cabins can sleep from 2 people in our Cub Cabins, to 8 people in our Family Deluxe Cabins. If relaxation is your focus, slop away to our day spa and receive a nice relaxing massage or a re-mineralizing body treatment.

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Lake Eufaula Association

Lake Eufaula Association

From I-40, go 14 miles SW on Hwy 150

Numerous areas are available including:

  • Fishing docks
  • Launching ramps
  • Campgrounds
  • Airparks
  • Restrooms
  • Picnic Shelters
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Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum

Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum

Daily: 9am - 5pm
Closed: Third Friday in June & Christmas Day

Adults:                 $10
Seniors (65+):      $8
Kids (3-11 years): $6
Kids 2 & under and Zoo Members: FREE
Members of other AZA zoos pay half price

Keeping the wonder alive is the corner stone of the Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum's mission.

Located on more than 84 landscaped acres in Tulsa's historic Mohawk Park, the Tulsa Zoo plays host to more than 5,000 animals representing nearly 450 species and more than 20 rare and endangered animals.

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Tour Tahlequah

Tour Tahlequah

Nestled in the densely forested foothills of the Ozarks, lies historic Tahlequah, capital of the Cherokee Nation and home of Northeastern State University.

The city boasts some of the state's oldest and most impressive architecture and is also northeastern Oklahoma's sporting and recreational paradise, gateway to the Illinois River and beautiful Lake Tenkiller........the perfect place for a family getaway.

One of the most historically significant cities west of the Mississippi, Tahlequah was the end of the Cherokees' "Trail of Tears". It became the capital of the Cherokee Nation in 1841 and still serves in that capacity.

Tahlequah is a mecca for visitors who enjoy outdoor recreation and the year 'round displays of nature.

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J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum

J.M.  Davis Arms & Historical Museum

Monday - Saturday: 8:30am - 5pm
Sunday:                        1pm - 5pm
Closed: Christmas & Thanksgiving

Free (donations are gladly accepted and appreciated)

J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum is the world's largest privately owned gun museum that houses over 20,000 unique firearms along with a "Believe It Or Not Oddities Gallery".

  • A Gallery of Outlaw Guns
  • Native American Artifacts
  • John Rogers statuaries
  • Western Memorabilia
  • Antique music boxes & Musical instruments
  • 1,200 Steins from all over the world
  • Early American Antiques
  • An Extensive firearms research library
  • Gift Shop
  • Smallest commercially produced handgun in the world
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Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium

Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium
The aerospace museum and planetarium is located in the northwest corner of the Tulsa International Airport property. The facility chronicles the incredible aerospace heritage of Tulsa and plays a vital role in discovery-based learning for thousands of students each year.
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Woolaroc Ranch, Museum & Wildlife Preserve

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OK Mozart

OK Mozart

Experience the magic of Oklahoma's Premier Performing Arts Festival. June 8-16, 2017, World-class performances in one of the country's finest concert halls.

Group discounts available

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Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau

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Will Rogers Memorial Museum Birthplace

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Picture in Scripture

Picture in Scripture Damascus Road. Presented by Picture in Scripture Amphitheater in Disney, OK, producers of "The Man Who Ran" and "The Elijah Factor".

June 30 - Augst 5, 2017 Friday and Saturday nights

Ticket Information: 
918-435-8207
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Official Guide to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation

Official Guide to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation
The Official Guide to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation provides a brief overview of the history,
government, and culture of the Muscogee people while, at the same time, offers ample
opportunities to immerse oneself in the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s diverse points of interest.
Places to visit and experience include, historic sites, parks, golf, shopping, and casinos including
Margaritaville to name just a few. The Guide gives a glimpse of the Muscogee people’s past,
present, and progressing future.
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Tourism & Recreation
CreekTourism.com
CreekFestival.com
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