Nestled in the Green Country region of Oklahoma is the city of Tulsa. The stereotype of Oklahoma being an arid, dust bowl is broken here with beautiful, green terrain. An old west charm mixes with a cosmopolitan atmosphere and creates a welcoming and friendly environment. The city is served by Tulsa International Airport
Tulsa offers plenty of opportunities for the traveler to enjoy their time. Explore one of the world’s largest collections of Western and Native American art and artifacts at Gilcrease Museum
, or take on the history of Tulsa’s Greenwood District at the Greenwood Cultural Center. One of the fascinating historic sites to visit is the Creek Council Oak Tree – the first town hall, conference room, church, and court of law in Tulsa. Several other museums further explore culture, history, art, and science. The historic Route 66 runs through Tulsa with several hotels and the State Fairgrounds located nearby. Turkey Mountain and Woodward Park
cater to the lover of the outdoors, while the shopping enthusiast have a multitude of stores and shopping centers to check out, including the farm-themed shopping center called The Farm.
Be sure to check out the interactive map of Tulsa for information on hotel locations, attractions, and must-see destinations.