Things To Do in Tulsa





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Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame - Excitement is in the air at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. Consider the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame your ambassador to the world of live entertainment and America's classical music - Jazz. We invite you and, your friends, loved ones and colleagues to join us in a whirlwind of amazing music concerts, community-based arts programming and exciting special events.

Kaleidoscope Children's Museum - Offer your children the opportunity to learn about arts and science in our hands-on, interactive please-touch children's museum! Kaleidoscope Children's Museum features a pint-size Kid's City where your child can be a waitress, a barber, a doctor, a postal worker, or even a super star on stage! You won't want to miss a chance to race your children on our 2 giant rock walls!

James E. Bertelsmeyer Planetarium - Instead of demonstrating the night sky as it looks from Earth, the presentation allows the audience to travel through a vast real-time simulation of the universe with its multitude of stars, planets, asteroids, and galaxies. In a split second, you will move from a pastoral Oklahoma sunset to a sense of presence in galaxies 700 million light years away.

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Tulsa Indian Arts Festival - Held in mid-March, celebrating Native American history and culture, with artists converging from all over the country. Many local Indians dress in traditional dress and participate in the entertainment and activities. Attendance exceeded all expectations. It is a magical event and after 234 years, people still comment on that "magic".

Tulsa State Fair - Held in late September/early October, a major event with a huge range of fairground entertainment and shows. The Tulsa State Fair is Oklahoma’s premier family event. It is our mission to preserve our heritage and continue tradition by creating an enriching educational experience, while providing fun family entertainment.

Freedom Fest - Celebrating the Fourth of July in River Parks is a Tulsa tradition. Families line both banks of the Arkansas River with lawn chairs and picnic baskets for "Freedom Fest" which includes musical entertainment and Tulsa's largest free fireworks show.

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Brook Restaurant - The Brook has also become a spot where the entire family can enjoy a relaxing night out. With an accommodating kids’ menu, the family can spend quality time together with great food amid a fun-filled atmosphere. With a menu famous for its old-fashion burgers and loaded cheese fries and an environment known for entertaining, The Brook creates an unforgettable dining experience.

Felini's Cookies & Deli - Come join us at this great deli where you can enjoy freshly made sandwiches, sake lunches on the go, soups, salads, and more. You will especially want to try some of our famous cookies! It is a must for anyone and everyone in Tulsa.

Redrock Canyon Grill - At Redrock, you'll enjoy a fresh combination of Southwest and American cuisine served in a casual, energetic atmosphere. Our fare is prepared with fresh ingredients daily. Whether its business or pleasure, you’ll love our hacienda-style atmosphere accented with stone cut walls, deep mahogany beams and an open kitchen.

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