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member Open weekends 10am-dusk, or by appointment Monday-Friday; May 3 through Sept 28, 2014 Adult $2.00 Student 18 & under Free One quarter mile west of Shidler,The Bivin Garden . . . read more »
member Race Like You Mean It! Great Racing, Gaming and Fun......We have it all! Only at Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs can you bet on action-packed horse races, play your favorite Vegas s . . . read more »
memberTuesday- Saturday 10 am - 4 pm Adults: $3 Seniors: $2 Students: $2       Under 5: Free Explore the history of Cherokee crime and punishment at the Cher . . . read more »
memberTuesday- Saturday 10 am - 4 pm Adults: $5 Seniors: $3 Students: $3       Under 5: Free The Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum is housed in the olde . . . read more »
member Originally named The Coleman Theatre Beautiful, the now, Coleman Theatre is located at 103 N Main, on Route 66 in historic downtown Miami. The Coleman Theatre was built by George L. Colem . . . read more »
member Monday - Saturday:    10am - 5pm Sunday:                        1 . . . read more »
member Fort Gibson Lake is located on Grand (Neosho) River five miles NW of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma and lies in Wagoner, Cherokee and Mayes counties, extending upriver to the Markham Ferry Dam, La . . . read more »
member Tue-Sat:  10:00 am - 5 pm Sun:        12:00 pm - 5pm Closed:     Mon, Christmas, New Years Tour Hours Tue-Sat: 11am and 2p . . . read more »
member Hours: Wed - Fri: 10am,11am, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm                        & . . . read more »
member If you are looking for fun things to do and places to go in Oklahoma, take a closer look at Bristow's Freeland Center for the Performing Arts.rnWe may be "small town Oklahoma&qu . . . read more »
member  Gilcrease Museum is one of the country’s best facilities for the preservation and study of American art and history. The museum houses the world’s largest and most compr . . . read more »
member Grand Lake O' The Cherokees is a fun family water wonderland offering an extraordinary vacation experience. With more than 60,000 surface acres of clear, blue water and 1,300 miles of . . . read more »
member Grand Lake O' The Cherokees is a water wonderland offering you and your family an extraordinary vacation experience. With more than 60,000 surface acres of clear, blue water and 1,300 . . . read more »
member One of the largest antique museums in the United States, Har-Ber Village is a reconstructed turn-of-the-century village comprised of over 100 buildings, antique collections and exhibits. . . . read more »
member Come for the Casino and stay for the amenities, at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.  The 170,000 square foot gaming floor offers 24-hour excitement and is sprinkled with memorabilia Har . . . read more »
memberMuseum features several vintage automobiles and related memorabilia.  Home to the World's Tallest Gas Pump. Open Tuesday-Saturday - 10am - 4pm Sunday - Noon - 4pm $5.50 per p . . . read more »
member Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday: 2- 6pm; Closed Thursday and Sunday The Henryetta Territorial Museum is housed in Henryetta's original one-room school, constructed . . . read more »
member Nestled in a hillside overlooking Grand Lake, sits the Honey Creek Area. The park offers multiple RV sites with 30 or 50 amp electric and water hookups. The park also offers: 100 . . . read more »
member This place is loaded! The J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum in Claremore not only has the largest private gun collection in the world but it also contains swords, steins, statuar . . . read more »
memberTuesday- Saturday 10 am - 4 pm Adults: $5 Seniors: $3 Students: $3       Under 5: Free   Experience the life and legacy of John Ross, Principal Chi . . . read more »
member Whether you're a weekend warrior looking for a leisurely getaway or a family planning your action-packed summer vacation, Kaw Lake promises year-round adventure for all types of guest . . . read more »
member Located in Kay and Osage Counties in north central Oklahoma, Kaw Lake has 168 miles of shoreline, 17,500 acres of water and over 20,000 acres of undeveloped land for the naturalist in you . . . read more »
member Looking for lake things to do in Oklahoma, you might want to visit Lake Eufaula.  Oklahoma's largest lake is located along Interstate-40, in eastern Oklahoma.  14 miles SW o . . . read more »
member Lake Hudson is a paradise in a natural valley just a short drive from Tulsa, south of Grand Lake. The area is rich in history. The state's first white settlement was founde . . . read more »
member Lying in the heart of the rugged Cookson Hills is beautiful Lake Tenkiller. Surrounded by Dogwood forests and other flowering trees and known for it's crystal-clear water, you'll . . . read more »
memberHours: Mon - Sat - 10am-5pm Sun - 1-5pm Closed:  New Years Day, Easter, 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Admission: Adults:  $10 Seniors (65+) . . . read more »
member E.W. Marland learned the oil business from his law practice in Pennsylvania and had already earned and lost a fortune before coming to Oklahoma in 1908. He and his wife, Virginia, came to . . . read more »
memberThe Military History Museum walks you through our nation's military history.  See artifacts from the Civil War and all wars since.  Additionally, an abundant amount of informat . . . read more »
memberThe Muscogee (Creek) Council House in Okmulgee was originally constructed as a log cabin capitol in 1878 and quickly became the center of the community.  After being destroyed in a fire . . . read more »
member The OKM Music Festival takes place in the Oklahoma community of Bartlesville each June.  This annual international cultural event attracts thousands of visitors from around . . . read more »
member Go big tonight!  Play for maximum thrills at our place with the: Hottest Slots Blackjack Poker High-Stakes Bingo Top Name Entertainment Eat . . . read more »
member Osage Casino is located at 36 Street North off the L.L. Tisdale Parkway. The gaming and entertainment complex offers guests more than 1,100 state-of-the-art electronic gaming devices . . . read more »
member No other Oklahoman exemplified "The Wild West" like Gordon W. Lillie (Pawnee Bill). In 1888, after working in the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, he formed his own & . . . read more »
member Canoeing, Rafting, and Kayaking on the Illinois River with the River's oldest canoe livery service. Peyton's Place features accommodations that fit every budget and style: . . . read more »
member Presentation each Friday & Saturday, June 28-August 3, 2019   Adults $14.25 Children (10 & under) FREE Presented this year is "Damascus Road& . . . read more »
member Cruise the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System (MCKARNS) and enjoy the 445 mile waterway which enters the Mississippi at river mile 599 above New Orleans. From towering rock c . . . read more »
memberFeel the wind in your hair, watch the oaks race by under your feet, smell the fresh country air of the beautiful Osage Hills - where are you?  Postoak Canopy Tours Zipline at Postoak Lo . . . read more »
memberOne of America’s most famous, if not the most famous highway, is historic Route 66. Known also as “The Mother Road” the highway arrives in Oklahoma at Quapaw, located at th . . . read more »
member  Last of the 9 remaining identical structures built:  By the Cherokee Nation between 1884-88.
member Exhibit of pre-Civil War cabin of Sequoyah, creator of the Cherokee alphabet. The site preserves Sequoyah's original cabin built in 1829.
member Skiatook Lake is an outdoor enthusiasts dream. Formed by the confluence of Hominy Creek and Bird Creek, the lake has a surface area of over 10,500 acres and more than 160 miles of shoreli . . . read more »
member Tahlonteeskee became the Old Settler capital of the Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory from 1828-1839 and is considered the oldest governmental capital in Oklahoma.   Mon-Sa . . . read more »
memberThe Childers family's full-size, furnished, 150 year-old cabin tells many stories of lifestyles and ways of doing things before electricity.  The reproduced Katy depot houses a work . . . read more »
member The Tom Mix Museum in Dewey, chronicles the life of Tom Mix the first "King of the Cowboys,"  the original good guy in the white hat. Galloping across the silent screen on . . . read more »
memberTulsa Botanic Garden is an all-season oasis blooming in the Osage Hills northwest of Tulsa.  The A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Floral Terraces feature over 8,000 plants with seasonal beds, . . . read more »
member The Tulsa Zoo inspires a passion for wildlife.   Spanning more than 84 landscaped acres in Tulsa's historic Mohawk Park, the Tulsa Zoo plays host to more than 4,000 animals r . . . read more »
member DIVE-DIVE-DIVE.   Step back in time and reflect for a moment as you venture into the forward torpedo room, imagining the echoing voices of history aboard this submarine. The U.S. . . . read more »
member Built in 1859, the Will Rogers Birthplace in Oologah is authentically preserved and is a living history of Will's rich Native American and cowboy heritage.   The home sits on . . . read more »
member 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 Dog Iron Ranch northeast of Tulsa. . . . read more »
member Looking for that true Western Experience, then look no further than Woolaroc.  This expansive wildlife preserve houses a magnificent museum and an elegantly rustic lodge that began t . . . read more »
9am - 5pm, daily Free The name "14 Flags Museum" honors Oklahoma's colorful history and influence by 14 separate nations and peoples and features original furnishing . . . read more »
Hours: Daily from Dawn to Dusk; Closed New Years Day & Christmas Test your skills at this recently renovated 18-hole Championship Golf Course.  Architect Mark Hayes desi . . . read more »
The Admiral Twin Drive-In Theater, an icon in Tulsa history, provides a nostalgic way of viewing first run movies.  Don’t feel like wearing shoes, not a problem, unless of course . . . read more »
Sept-May: Mon - Fri 8:30am - 4:30pm Friday Summer Hours: 8:30-Noon Closed holidays and mid-Dec to New Year's
Open Memorial Day - Labor Day Floats: 8am - 7 days a week Waterslide: Noon-8pm Miniature Golf Bathroom Facilities Primitive Camping available 2 miles E o . . . read more »
The Allred Theatre, a vaudeville/movie theatre, built in 1916 has undergone a $1.5 million restoration.  Authentic Deco exterior and interior combines with 5-screen state-of-the- . . . read more »
CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS Wed-Sat: 8am - 5pm Sun: 1pm - 5pm Adults/Students: $3.00 Elders: $1.50 Children 6 & under: Free Built and completed in 1932 as an art lodge, . . . read more »
Tues-Sat 10am-4pm Travel back in time to experience the growth and development of Bartlesville and the surrounding area.
The Bartlesville Civic Ballet, Inc. was formed in 1970 and its company, Ballet Bartlesville, performs two major productions throughout the year at the Bartlesville Community Center. E . . . read more »
The Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Lauren Green, offers premier performances throughout the year, featuring local and international celebrities. Enjoy a wide . . . read more »
  A 12-acre Civil War battle Monuments and Markers, telling about the 1862 Confederate victory Re-enactment held every three years.
Civil War Battle of Honey Springs, won by the Union on July 17, 1863. Re-enactment every three years.
What’s not to love about a tearoom?  The Belvidere Mansion Tearoom in Claremore offers visitors a delightful dining experience in an historic mansion.  The three-story, 9, . . . read more »
The annual Big Meat Run in Disney Oklahoma is one of the most popular places to visit in Oklahoma during March.  Tricked out rides are challenged to climb the rocky ridges on Grand Lake . . . read more »
Tue-Fri: Noon - 4pm Sat: 9am - 1pm Free Admission
Birch Lake, located in Osage County, is an area once occupied by prehistoric Indians and later was considered as Cherokee Indian Territory. Cradled in valleys surrounded by the area&# . . . read more »
Enjoy the refreshingly cool waters at Blue Hole Park in Salina.  During those hot summer days, Blue Hole Park is the ideal swimming hole for wading, floating and swimming.  For s . . . read more »
On Hwy 33, approximately 45 minutes West of Tulsa.
This 20th century Art Deco cathedral designed by Miss Adah Robinson is a masterpiece and should not be missed when visiting Green Country. Guided tours of the church begin every Sund . . . read more »
Owner Chris Barbee, creator of Bowling Ball Yard Art in Nowata has found a unique use for “past their prime” bowling balls.  His yard is decorated front to back with hundred . . . read more »
Golf Professional: Courtney Phillips Superintendent: James Cronister PGA Golf Passport Member Course Par/Yardage: 36/3067 whites, 3180 blues Course rating: 70.3; Slope:126 . . . read more »
Days/Hours: 9am - 4pm, Monday - Friday Closed Holidays Donations appreciated Tour Group Services: Advance Group Reservations Required, Tour Bus Parking Group Contact: Norm . . . read more »
Hours: Mon-Sat: Closed on Sundays Bingo - 200 seats 58 Video Gaming Machines Casino Hours: Mon-Fri 2pm-11:30pm Sat 11am-11:30pm Bingo Hours: Mon, Thur, Fri -  . . . read more »
Fishing Boating Hiking Picnicking Grilling Swimming Pool (No lake swimming) Tennis Courts Disc Golf Golf Course Playground
The Bartlesville Community Center Trust Authority presents the "Broadway on Bartlesville" Series, featuring national touring productions for families of all ages to enjoy.  . . . read more »
Wed-Sat: 10am-4pm
The Cain's, rapidly approaching its Centennial, was built in 1924 and has become known throughout the music world as "the Home of Bob Wills" and the "Carnegie Hall of West . . . read more »
Gardens open daily. Home tours by appointment. Free Admission A pathway winds under a wisteria arbor, a lily pond and through spectacular color-coordinated beds of perennials, he . . . read more »
Movie Theatre Restaurant
Oklahoma's premier site for family entertainment and excitement. Renaissance Festival every May. A 60 acre Renaissance village, filled with Knights, Jousters, Jugglers, Jester . . . read more »
You’ll want to check out this unusual attraction in Oklahoma, it’s the Center of the Universe in Tulsa.  Don’t look for a bricks and mortar structure, you’ll not . . . read more »
Tues -Thurs: 1pm-5pm Fri - Sat: 11am-3pm
24/7 The Cherokee Casino-Roland is 24,000 square feet of gaming fun! More than 500 Electronic Games Poker Tables Table Games  
24/7 Cherokee Casino in West Siloam Springs has 50,000 square feet of electronic games and table games. Our Progressive Jackpots frequently exceed $100,000! - you'll never r . . . read more »
Hours: 9am-5pm May 6 - September 3 Closed Sundays: Feburary 1 - April 29 and September 4 - December 31. Closed Easter, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, . . . read more »
Behind Sequoyah High School, off Hwy 62
S of city on Hwy 62
Chief Fred Lookout came to Osage County, in what is now Oklahoma, 10 years after his birth.  He made the 150-mile journey on foot with his family in 1871.  After attending boarding . . . read more »
The Children's Musical Theatre (CMT) of Bartlesville began in 2000 to provide a high quality, semi-professional theatre experience for the children and youth of the Bartlesville area. . . . read more »
The Chouteau Memorial Museum documents life in the Three Rivers area, a glimpse of life around a trading post.
 Learn the history of the fur trade from the 1770s to 1930s, emphasizing the Chouteau family & its impact on the Indian Territory.
Horseback Pony Rides Hay Rides Carriage Ride   Experience nature on a guided trail ride through 300 acres of wooded and open trails. "There's nothing bet . . . read more »
Open Tuesday through Saturday 11AM to 4PM. FREE ADMISSION Interested in a private tour with our curator? Visit our website for more information and tour reservations. . . . read more »
Mon-Fri: 5am-10pm Sat & Sun: 8am-8pm 8,000 square foot weight room Olympic size indoor, heated pool with lap lanes Kiddie pool Full dressing rooms Te . . . read more »
Welcome to the Conoco Museum designed by world-renowned Haley Sharpe Designs. The exhibits depict the growth of a company born from the early days of a kerosene distributor and the wildcat d . . . read more »
 Katy Depot houses:  Cherokee & Osage artifacts Art Regional historical items Rare salt-glazed pottery collection An 1800's printing pres . . . read more »
Copan Lake, located 1.8 miles north of Copan, provides an excellent habitat for many species of game fish, such as:  Largemouth bass White crappie Channel and fla . . . read more »
Mon-Fri: 9am-4pm Sat: Noon-5pm Hwy 51 to Broadway, 4 blocks S, turn W on Sycamore.  One block to the 1907 Presbyterian Church on SW corner.
 Certified with the Archery Shooters Association (ASA)   Official McKenzie target dealer   Archery supply line by deer season   Host . . . read more »
Open Daily Free Admission
This beautiful two-story museum provides extensive exhibits on the culture and history of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
Open all year:   7 days a week Summer hours: 6am - 10pm Winter hours:   8am - 8pm Crystal Bay Marina is situated on beautiful Skiatook Lake, located just 6 miles . . . read more »
Darryl Starbird’s National Rod & Custom Car Hall of Fame Museum houses over 50 custom built, exotic vehicles designed and built by Darryl Starbird. In addition to the custom car . . . read more »
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri:  9am - 5pm Wed: 1:30 - 5pm Free
 This memorial is unique in that it pays tribute to veterans of the town still living as well as the deceased.
Open:     April - October Mon-Sat: 10am - 5pm Sunday:  1pm - 5pm Closed:    Holidays Donation: $1.00 Adults appreciated Children:   12 . . . read more »
The Dobson Museum, located at 110 A SW hosts over 5,000 historical items and  some of the area's finest:  Indian Artifacts China Glassware Extensiv . . . read more »
Mon-Fri: 1pm - 5pm Sat:  Noon - 3pm
Hours: Open every day from Memorial Day thru Labor Day at 8am                      . . . read more »
Mon - Sat: 1pm - 4pm Free
The Tulsa State Fair is the City's largest family event, providing educational experiences and entertainment during an 11-day span. Annually held on the fourth Thursday after Labor Day, . . . read more »
Live horse racing from early June to late July Open Daily: 11am - 11pm Closed: Tuesday Serving: Appetizers Daily Specials Steaks Sandwiches Soups . . . read more »
Float the most beautiful and scenic part of the Illinois River, near Tahlequah, Oklahoma. We offer trips ranging from a couple of hours to all day. We provide: Boats Lif . . . read more »
Hours: Thanksgiving Friday - thru December: 6pm-10pm Angels are everywhere in Ponca City, during this holiday light celebration, starting with the 30-foot Angel Host at the pioneer W . . . read more »
The rich Indian heritage of Green Country is captured and preserved at the Five Civilized Tribes Museum in Muskogee. Established in 1966, the museum is housed in the historic Union Ind . . . read more »
7am until Dark - 7 Days a week Forest Ridge Golf Club, a 4-star rating by Golf Digest, opened in 1989 as the area's first upscale, public golf course. The course was designed by r . . . read more »
A Reconstructed, 1824 log fort and outbuildings, depicts its role in the development of the Indian Territory frontier.  Here, you can also see origianl buildings from the 1840s throu . . . read more »
Oct 15-Apr 14: Thurs-Sun 10 am-5 pm Apr 15-Oct 14: Tues-Sun  10 am-5 pm Group reservations can be arranged, Mon-Wed, year round. Located on Hwy 80 in Fort Gibson, 7 miles E . . . read more »
Historic home of Frederick Drummond, turn-of-the-century business leader.
Northeastern Oklahoma's premier attraction on Tulsa's riverfront, Gathering Place was built for all ages.  It was designed to bring together members of the diverse community, to . . . read more »
Tulsa's Golden Driller towers above the Expo Center and watches over the tens of thousands of visitors to Expo Square annually. The Golden Driller was originally introduced to Tulsa a . . . read more »
Driving Range Mon-Fri:  5pm - 9pm Sat:       1pm - 9pm Sun:      1pm - 8pm
Mega Mania: 24/7 Pull tabs: early birds at 6pm Regular session: Fri-Mon 7pm
Most any time of year is the perfect time to enjoy the scenery and serenity of Greenleaf State Park.  With so many entertainment options like hiking trails, miniature golf, swimming, . . . read more »
Mon-Fri:   9am - 5pm Sat:       11am - 1pm Free Admission
Races Generally run:  February - November Hallett Motor Racing Circuit is a 1.8 mile, 10-turn Road Racing course in the rolling Osage Hills of Green Country. It is located 35 . . . read more »
8 miles SE of Coweta on Hwy 51B to Hilltop Dr. One mile S.
The Holy Family Mural is on the back of St. Joseph's Church at 308 N. Elm Street, one block off Route 66 Main Street west on 8th .
The Osage Round House is  the only surviving community round house in Osage County.  Was traditionally used for village activities and traditional events of the Osage Indian . . . read more »
Battlefield Trails: Tues-Sat: 8am - 5pm Sun:        1pm - 5pm Interpretive Center: Tues-Sat: 9am - 4:30pm Sun:        1pm - 4 . . . read more »
Looking to visit one of the most beautiful places in Oklahoma?  Look no further than Honor Heights Park in Muskogee; this could be the most visited attraction in Oklahoma during the . . . read more »
Mon-Sat: 10am - 5pm Group tours after hours can be scheduled Dedicated in 1930, the hotel contained 78 rooms and 7 apartments. During WWII it was designated as a bomb shelter.&nbs . . . read more »
Hulah Lake lies in the upper reaches of the high rounded Osage Hills in Osage County and is named after the nearby community of Hulah. The name is derived from the Osage Indian word Hulah . . . read more »
Cutting through the Cherokee Nation of northeast Oklahoma, the Illinois River presents river-goes an opportunity to float the river and test their canoeing skills.  The water sometim . . . read more »
Known for its rare stained glass windows, this 1910 French Gothic-style Catholic Church was the principle church of the Osage Tribe.
Trail Open daily:  During daylight hours Office staffed:    Mon-Fri  8am - 5pm Free Admission
6am - 11pm Free Admission Hwy 75 to Price Rd, W 3/4 mile. Park on N side of road
Daily 6am - 11pm Hwy 75, W onto Hwy 60 for 2 miles to Cherokee Ave. N 6 blocks to park entrance.
Featuring:  Videogames Pool tables Snack bar Live bands and more
Mid Apr - Mid Dec Thurs-Sat:  11am - 4pm Sun:            2pm - 4pm or by appointment Free Admission
May-Labor Day Mon - Tues - Thurs - Fri: 1pm - 5pm Sat - Sun: 2pm - 5pm Free
Mar-June: Sun, 1pm-4pm or by appointment Free
1 mile S of city on Airport Rd 9 hole course
Discover the natural beauty and serenity surrounding Keystone Lake, just 20 miles west of Tulsa. Sprawling across the Creek, Osage, Pawnee and Tulsa counties of the lush "Green Count . . . read more »
Amusement Park for young children, located in Johnstone Park. Inexpensive rides and fun for the whole family. Open Summer Only For days and hours open check our their calendar . . . read more »
The area has a multitude of great facilities, including numerous scenic campsites with: Electricity Picnic Areas Playgrounds Fishing Docks Group Shelters . . . read more »
From I-40, go 14 miles SW on Hwy 150 Numerous areas are available including: Fishing docks Launching ramps Campgrounds Airparks Restrooms Picnic . . . read more »
This park offers: Lakeview Cabins Fireplaces Community Center Picnic Sites Group Picnic Shelters RV and Tent Campsites Comfort Stations with Sh . . . read more »
For maximum enjoyment, scenic Lake Ponca is ideal for:  Sailboats Fishing Motorboats Skiing Outdoor lovers will enjoy a picnic, camping or a nature hi . . . read more »
Lake Spavinaw & Eucha are located near the city of Jay and provide an area of pristine beauty in far eastern Oklahoma. Each lake has a nearby state park. The area has a multitude . . . read more »
1 mile S of Shidler on Hwy 18  Turn E on county road for 1/2 mile
Mon-Sat:  9am - 5pm Tours available by appointment Closed holidays
One of the most picturesque places to go in Oklahoma is Lendonwood Gardens in Grove.  This 8-acre garden has been designed to stimulate interest in gardening and for research, but pe . . . read more »
 Hours: Pool Open Memorial Day - Labor Day. Camp rental:  May - October.  Dining Hall rental: Available year-round  Admission: Small fee. The beautiful Lew We . . . read more »
129th E Ave (Olive) and 121st St
Twenty-six beautiful City parks provide individuals and families space for:  Quiet respite Noisy games Tasty picnics
Cruise the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System (MCKARNS) and enjoy the 445 - mile waterway which enters the Mississippi at river mile 599 above New Orleans. From towering rock . . . read more »
Guided Tours Only Sat: 1pm - 2pm - 3pm Admission:  $5.00
Tucked away in Inola, one of Green Country’s smaller communities a short distance east of Tulsa on Highway 412 is the sizable car and memorabilia collection at Mike Fuller’s Auto . . . read more »
Hours: Tues - Fri:   9:30am - 5:30pm Sat:           9am - 6pm Sun - Mon:  Closed Over 40 dealers offering:  Antiques . . . read more »
Tues-Fri:   9am - Noon Free
Mohawk Park, containing 2,800 acres, is the largest park in Tulsa and one of the largest in the country.  The sprawling park was created as part of the 1934 public works project . . . read more »
Creators of participatory, interactive, murder mysteries,are providing a chance to get all dressed up and be somebody you're not. Participants are given roles to play as we try to sol . . . read more »
Free Admission Approximately 3 miles South of Tahlequah (Park Hill), adjacent to George M. Murrell Home.
Located in Northeast Oklahoma in the scenic Ozark Highlands region, Natural Falls State Park features a 77-foot waterfall cascading through rock formations, and creating a hidden, serene . . . read more »
Locally owned for 35 years! Nightlife and live music. Like our Facebook page - "Ned's Tahlequah" - for up to date music
Open by Appointment Admission is $1.00
Located just East of Peoria on 4th Street
Tues-Sat:  1pm - 4pm or by appointment Free
Located on the Northeastern State University campus, this piece of architecture was the former Cherokee Women's seminary.
Thursday-Monday Noon-5pm Northeastern Oklahoma's Green Country provides a wonderful environment for growing the finest wine grapes. Our winery is surrounded by pecan and fruit tre . . . read more »
Are you looking for something fun to do in Oklahoma's Green Country?  Visit the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks, where hundreds of unique and exciting aquatic creatures are w . . . read more »
Monday-Friday: 8am - 5pm Closed: All Major Holidays The Oklahoma Military Academy (OMA) Museum tells the story of the more than 10,000 cadets who attended OMA from 1919 to 1971. . . . read more »
Dripping Springs Lake and nearby Lake Okmulgee are just minutes away from historic Downtown Okmulgee on SH-56. A long-time favorite among fishermen, the lakes & park boast:  . . . read more »
Mon-Fri: 9am - 5pm Sat:     10am - 2pm Free
Oologah Lake, located north of Claremore in the heart of Will Rogers Country, provides a recreational setting that is just perfect for your family. Water enthusiasts enjoy:   . . . read more »
ORU is an NCAA Division 1 member for all sports.
Built in 1922, the Orpheum Theater is a nostalgic place to visit.  The Theater has been almost completely restored and contains fine examples of art deco.   Tours avail . . . read more »
The Mabee Center continues to be Tulsa's largest entertainment venue and its decorated history of notable performers are a testament to its flexibility and status as a major tou . . . read more »
Tuesday - Saturday: 10:00 am-3:30 pm Sunday:                 12:30 pm-4:30 pm Closed:  Monday, Tha . . . read more »
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 site . . . read more »
Thurs: 10am - 1pm Sat:    10am - 3pm or by appointment
Open: 8am - 5pm Daily -  Except City Holidays Hands on Exhibits Year-Round Classroom Programs Restrooms Drinking Water The area is also home to abunda . . . read more »
Sunday - Saturday: Park Hours This 11-mile pathway, for walking, jogging and biking, runs along the Caney River and Turkey Creek. It connects: Johnstone Park Robinwood P . . . read more »
Hours: 7:30am - Dusk Patricia Island Estates & Golf Club is a residential home development in Grove, located on the shores of beautiful Grand Lake. Tripp Davis designed the . . . read more »
Sun-Fri: 1pm - 6pm Sat:      1pm - 7pm Admission: $2.00 1 mile N of Pawnee on Hwy 18
Open:  Wed - Sat 10am - 2pm Free This free museum is like a walk down memory lane, a display of the best of the West, the Pioneer days of a time gone by, the places and faces o . . . read more »
This nine-hole course overlooks the east side of Pawnee Lake. The course has: Clubhouse Cart Rentals Close to Campsites Close to Pawnee Airport 2 miles N o . . . read more »
"World's Largest Multiple Arch Dam" Pensacola Dam began with the passing of the Works Progress Administration and President Franklin D. Roosevelt, in December 1938. Dr . . . read more »
Open 24/7 The Peoria Gaming Facility opened a new 55,000 sq ft facility in Aug, 2004, located off I-44.  Take exit 313 and get on Hwy 69A, to Buffalo Run.
April 1-Oct 31: 7:30 - Dusk Peoria Ridge is a beautiful 18 hole golf course set in the rolling hills.  This course hosted the NGA Hooters Pro Golf Tour in 2004.
Wed - Sun:   9am - 5pm Fri:                9am - 9pm Closed:         Mon and Tues General Admission:&n . . . read more »
Story of Phillips Petroleum Co. from a small Bartlesville business to a global enterprise.
Tue - Sat:  9am - 5pm Sun:          1pm - 5pm Small admission fee The Pioneer Woman Statue was commissioned by E.W. Marland. Th . . . read more »
I-40 Exit 264, South on Hwy 69 to Stigler exit  Hwy 9A East Approx. 6 miles to Hwy 9 Located at Hwy 9 and Hamilton Road, 5.5 miles East of Eufaula.
Wed-Sun:  1pm - 5pm Free
A combination of local talent, lots of practice and fine direction, shine in the annual productions of the Ponca Playhouse.   Plays are performed at the Poncan Theatre, recr . . . read more »
Box Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 1pm - 5pm The Poncan was state of the art when her doors were opened in 1927. She was a new kind of theatre called a Vaud-film theatre, since she catered . . . read more »
Mon, Wed, Fri:  10am - 2pm (weather permitting) Closed: Christmas day and Jan, Feb & Mar $6 adults; $4 students; children under 6 free Group functions available by reservat . . . read more »
Located in Earl Ward Park, Pryor's 18-hole golf course is considered by many to be one of the finest municipal courses in the area.  Also includes a driving range and pro sho . . . read more »
A nature trail south of Pryor, along Pryor Creek is easy for:  Walking Jogging Mountain Bikes There are 1/2-mile markers and signs at intersections. Current . . . read more »
Open 24/7 Offers 200 casion style machines. Daily promotions and cash giveaways. Sports bar and concessions Take I-44 exit 313. Go straight at the toll-gate 3.5 miles
See a variety of Indian artifacts, pictures and historical items.  The gift shop features indian jewelry, pendleton blankets, etc. Monday-Thursday - 8-5 Friday
Closes at Dusk Free Admission S. on 161st East Avenue (Elm) to 121st, turn East, sits behind the elementary and middle school.
Red Barn Quilting in rural Osage Country Oklahoma is a destination for all things quilting.  This serene location is ideal for complete focus on this long-time craft.   Owner Bre . . . read more »
UP UP AND AWAY... Head out to The Harbor at Cross Timbers Marina on Keystone Lake, where Red Dirt Flyboards will take you high above the water for a new kind of extreme fun.  Introdu . . . read more »
Wed-Sun: 8am - 5pm Closed: Mon - Tues and Holidays Free Admission From I-44 exit 161st E. Avenue, go N 3.8 miles  Entrance on West side of Road.
“The all-new, River Bend Casino & Hotel redefines the gaming experience with over 800 of your favorite slots, High-Limit room, brand new River Bend Hote . . . read more »
Mon-Fri: 11am - 6pm Sat:      11am - 8pm Sun:       1pm - 6pm
Open daily:  5am - 11pm . Free admission Located on the W bank of Arkansas River, just W of the 21st Street Bridge
River Spirit Casino offers an exciting array of gaming, featuring: Poker Blackjack Over 1,500 electronic machines (where jackpots are won 24 hrs a day) The Poker . . . read more »
Robert S. Kerr Lake offers sightseers and nature lovers an enticing outdoor experience. Located in the picturesque Cookson Hills, the lake, with its many arms formed by tributary valleys, . . . read more »
Opened in August 2006, this beautiful performing arts center was gifted by Frank and Ludmella Robson to the Claremore Public Schools.  The PAC will be home to many school and com . . . read more »
One of the many attractions in Oklahoma on Route 66 is the Route 66 Historical Village in Tulsa.  Items in the Village provide visitors with a glimpse of days gone by.  It is locat . . . read more »
One of America’s most famous, if not the most famous highway, is historic Route 66. Known also as “The Mother Road” the highway arrives in Oklahoma at Quapaw, located at th . . . read more »
The Roxy Theatre was originally opened in 1948 as a movie theatre in the post World War II era. Reopened in August 2001, the Roxy has once again become a center of downtown cultural activ . . . read more »
Mon-Thurs: 10am-6pm Fri-Sat:       10am-8pm Sun:          12pm-6pm Green Country, we have Splash-Down! At Saf . . . read more »
Up, Up and Away over beautiful Grand Lake. Parasailing is just one of the many lake activities Sail Grand offers visitors. Get a bird's-eye view of Grand Lake while sailing - either s . . . read more »
Saturdays: April - November This facility offers: Pro Division Street Stock Division Modified Division Factory Racing Division 7 Miles East of Pryor on . . . read more »
From downtown Tulsa, take 64/51 or Hwy 412 to Sand Springs.  Exit Adams Rd, go through intersection to McKinley (3 blocks), turn N, 3 miles
Tue-Thurs: 10am - 6pm Fri-Sat:       10am - 3pm Free
Open:  Weekends year-round, during daylight hours Free Admission
Office: Mon-Fri 7:30am - 4:00pm Open: Dawn-Dusk - Year Round Free admission Headquarters located 3.4 miles South of I-40 Exit 297 (Vian)
Located between Wagoner & Tahlequah in Sequoyah State Park, offers horseback riding
8 miles E of Wagoner on Hwy 51
Boating Water Skiing Fishing Indoor/Heated fishing at the Marina Tennis Court Three Playgrounds Softball/Baseball diamond Bicycle Rental . . . read more »
Seven Clans Paradise Casino is located in North Central Oklahoma on State Highway 177 between Stillwater to the south and Ponca City to the North and just minutes from I-35 via Cimarron T . . . read more »
Mon - Fri:     10am - 5pm Sun:             1pm - 5pm  Adults:             $6.50 . . . read more »
Tues-Fri: 1pm - 4pm First Sat of every month: 1pm - 4pm Admission: FREE The home of Dr. W.G. and Mrs. Phillips was given to the Skiatook Museum by their daughter, Mrs. Betty Ph . . . read more »
Open: Tues evenings, weekends and full moons, year round Ground School training for students on Thurs evenings from 6pm-9pm Reservations recommended
Up! Up! and Away!  Floating never felt so good as taking a hot air balloon ride near Tulsa with Skyway Balloons.   Oklahoma's ever-changing landscape of rivers, communities . . . read more »
From Hwy 75 go E on 96th about 3/4 mile to Elwood  Turn N to clubhouse
Open year round: 7 days a week This entertainment facility is located just off I-44 in Miami.  Offers state of the art track betting parlors with 25" TV screens and 6 wa . . . read more »
This 22-foot bronze statue of Ponca Chief Standing Bear, is a tribute to all Native Americans. Created by Cowboy Artist of America, Oreland C. Joe, The surrounding Park features many . . . read more »
Hours: Open Mid-May thru Labor Day Directions: From Ponca City - 7mi E. of 14th St at 8900 Lake Road From Hwy 60 - 2 mi W. on Kaw Dam Rd (Lake Rd)
Oklahoma's biggest outdoor picnic, SunFest brings:  Art and handmade crafts Musical entertainment Strolling clowns Skydivers Children's games . . . read more »
3 miles W of Tahlequah on Hwy 51
Tues-Fri: 9pm - 5pm Sat:       1pm - 5pm Free  
The Tallgrass Prairie Preserve near Pawhuska, Oklahoma is the largest protected area of tallgrass remaining on Earth.  Originally covering over 142 million acres in 14 states, the&nb . . . read more »
Recreational opportunities abound at Tenkiller State Park All water sports Fishing Boating Hiking Swimming pool with change house Volleyball and Bask . . . read more »
Theater Bartlesville is a cultural organization that presents entertaining and educational performances for their audiences. Comprised only of local talent, they offer stellar performance . . . read more »
Wed-Sat: 10am - 5pm Closed Holidays Adults:     $5 Children:  $2 Children under 6: Free Wednesdays Seniors of age 50+ admission $2.50 Group rates avai . . . read more »
You’ll want to check out the Tidewater Winery in Drumright, not only is it now steeped in grapes and wine but it began life as a result of flowing black gold in the area.   Buil . . . read more »
Totem Pole Park, on Route 66 in Foyil, is one of Oklahoma's most well known landmarks and has been featured in several articles and books on environmental folk art as " . . . read more »
Every Tuesday in June, the Broken Arrow Arts & Humanities Council sponsors free concerts. Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy a perfect family outing.
From smoke filled balloons to the space age, the Tulsa Air and Space Museum chronicles Oklahoma contributions made to the aviation industry.   Designed for kids of all ages you&r . . . read more »
Oneok Field - Downtown Tulsa
From March to October, the Snedden Mansion is open to the public Tuesday through Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm, and Saturday 9:00am – 2:00pm (notwithstanding private events). During . . . read more »
Looking for a hobby that’s a little different?  Have you ever considered glassblowing?  Creating beautiful works of art, how rewarding.  The Tulsa Glassblowing School in . . . read more »
Hours: 10am - 4pm, Tues - Sat Admission:  Adults $5; Seniors $3; Children & Students Free   Tulsa's History is abundant at the Tulsa Historical Society and with . . . read more »
The Tulsa Indian Art Festival is held annually, in February at the Tulsa Event Center and is a showcase of fine art and tradition honoring the spirit of the American Indian. The handc . . . read more »
The Tulsa Oilers are in the 17-team Central Hockey League, which was re-formed in 1992. The Oilers are one of only four teams that have played each season in the CHL since 1992.  . . . read more »
The Tulsa Performing Arts Center, located in historical downtown, is the design of Minoru Yamasaki, architect of the former World Trade Center. Constructed in 1977 with a combinat . . . read more »
The Maritime Education Center is a free exhibit that features interactive video kiosks teaching visitors about the Port's history and economic impact on Oklahoma. Other interesting in . . . read more »
Performances of the Drunkard and the Olio have run non-stop since November 14, 1953 thus making it the longest-running play in the United States. Theater-goers are seated at private table . . . read more »
Tulsa’s 300-acre urban wilderness, Turkey Mountain, caters to hikers and mountain bikers, even equestrians and those just seeking a relaxing stroll are welcome to share this unspoiled . . . read more »
Cruise the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System (MCKARNS) and enjoy the 445 - mile waterway which enters the Mississippi at river mile 599 above New Orleans. From towering rock . . . read more »
Tue-Sat:  10am - 3pm Hwy 51 E to downtown Wagoner
Open:  Daily during summer months Located in Maple Park, in NE Wagoner
Thurs-Sat:  10:30am - 5pm Hours subject to change in summer Free
24-acre park in the center of Pryor offers:   Swimming pool Basketball Tennis Volleyball courts Fishing pond Walking trail Picnic are . . . read more »
Preserved 1920s house of Osage, Lillie Morrel Burkhart, and learning center for Osage culture and heritage. 10 miles W of Hominy on Hwy 20
 Family owned and operated, the museum contains the works of the world-renowned artist of Cherokee descent, Willard Stone, including 150:  Wood sculptures Bronzes . . . read more »
You’ll be smarter than the “A-VER-AGE bear” if you take off to Jellystone Park on Lake Eufaula for fun times with family and friends.  The amenities are practically en . . . read more »