Tours of Tulsa in Tulsa, OK
Tulsa, Oklahoma, has long been known as the “Oil Capital of the World,” but this oil boom town also has plenty of attractions that appeal to travelers, from the architecturally stunning downtown to the Tulsa Zoo and Splash Water Kingdom. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, you can get to know Tulsa a little better on one of the many tour options available. Information can be found here.
Here’s a look at some of the tours of Tulsa you can take:
Tulsa Historical Society Tours – The Tulsa Historical Society offers regular guided tours of areas in and around downtown Tulsa, including the Brady District, Greenwood Heritage Center, and Historic Brady Theater. These tours are offered year-round, but they require reservations. The society also offers special seasonal and one-off tours and events, including a St. Patrick’s Day Ghost Tour and a Busk-Off along the Arkansas River. So if you’re looking for an in-depth exploration of Tulsa’s past, the Tulsa Historical Society has you covered. Discover facts about Hunter Park in Tulsa, OK.
Downtown Architecture Tours – Tulsa has some of the most architecturally amazing buildings in the country, thanks to bigwigs like Frank Lloyd Wright and Hugh Johnson, who left their mark on the city. If you’d love to get up close and personal with these works of art, you can sign up for a two-hour tour run by Tulsa Historic Preservation Commission. The tour offers a glimpse inside the interiors and exteriors of some of Tulsa’s most storied locations, including the Mayo Hotel, Philcade Building, and Petroleum Building.