The list of attractions in Tulsa also includes the magnificent Philbrook Museum of Art. The Gilcrease Museum, the onetime home of another oil baron, displays a collection of American art created from Colonial times to the present. Built during the oil boom, these are just two examples of the architecture that became the signature skyline of Tulsa OK. In fact, this city boasts some of the most examples of the 1920s art deco design anywhere, outside of New York City and Miami. Today, the historic districts of Tulsa Oklahoma are excellent places to experience the city’s heritage and modern-day things to do.
Anywhere you go in Tulsa, you are never far from outdoor leisure. Thre are over 50 miles of scenic biking and running trails along the Tulsa River and miles of hiking trails on Turkey Mountain. Home to 19 public courses and many award-winning private courses, the Tulsa area is a golf mecca for amateurs and professionals alike. Tulsa’s famed Southern Hills Country Club, with its Perry Maxwell-designed championship golf course, is among the premier clubs in the nation.