Plan your trip to Tulsa. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like Hyatt Regency Tulsa), find things to see and do (like Philbrook Museum of Art), and research places to eat (like Juniper).
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If you're flying into Tulsa, you would usually fly into Tulsa International Airport.
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Here's what Trippy members say about Tulsa:
"Tulsa has the second largest number of art deco buildings, second only to Chicago. Downtown walking tours can be arranged and a multi million dollar park, Gathering Place, is a must see stop for kids to seniors!"
"I stayed at Baymont by Wyndham Catoosa/Tulsa and place is clean and overall good!"
"Gathering Place that overlooks riverwalk. Huge park with free events, several different playgrounds, food vendors, canoe rentals, beautiful nature trails & scenery. Amazing structures and educational play like I've never seen. Always very clean and safe for any age! Riverwalk also has Oklahoma Aquarium, live music, restaurants, playgrounds, splash pads etc... Tulsa Zoo is a nice visit inside Mohawk Park Entrance. Park also offers private picnic areas, playgrounds, splash pad, trails, Oxley Nature Center, fishing etc...Downtown Blue Dome District is hot spot for variety of night life fun! ONEOK Field for baseball, Oilers hockey, Dave & Buster's for fun adult arcade games, food and drinks! 2 trampoline parks, Guthrie Green, BOK Center for events, Tulsa Farmers' Market, Bob Dylan Center, Philbrook Museum of Art and gardens, Admiral Twin Drive-In movie theater ....gosh, lots & lots! I've lived in Tulsa my whole 38 years and we've really come a long way!"