Oklahoma Route 66 Roadside Attractions Iconic Tour

Oklahoma Route 66 Roadside Attractions Iconic Tour

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3 Popular Attractions In Oklahoma

  • Broken Bow Lake: Reservoir in southeastern Oklahoma.
  • Oklahoma Facts:

    • There is an operating oil well on state capitol grounds called Capitol Site No. 1.
    • Oklahoma’s state bird the Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher is a somewhat quiet bird with beautiful plumage and a long sleek tail that is twice as long as its body. The deeply-forked tail resembles a pair of scissors.
    • The state has 34 major reservoirs.
    • The state's floral emblem, mistletoe, was adopted in 1893.
    • Oklahomans spend about 3.5 million days hunting annually.
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Downtown Tulsa skyline

    Downtown Tulsa skyline
    Official seal of Tulsa, Oklahoma


    “Oil Capital of the World”, “Tulsey Town”, “T-Town”, “Buckle of the Bible Belt”, “The 918”

    “A New Kind Of Energy”

    Interactive map of Tulsa

    36°07′53″N 95°56′14″W / 36.13139°N 95.93722°W / 36.13139; -95.93722Coordinates: 36°07′53″N 95°56′14″W / 36.13139°N 95.93722°W / 36.13139; -95.93722

    Country United States
    State Oklahoma
    Counties Osage, Rogers, Tulsa, Wagoner

    •Type Mayor-Council
    Mayor G. T. Bynum (R)

    City 201.84sqmi (522.76km2)
    •Land 197.75sqmi (512.17km2)
    •Water 4.09sqmi (10.59km2)

    722ft (194m)

    City 413,066
    •Rank 47th in the United States
    2nd in Oklahoma
    •Density 2,088.83/sqmi (806.50/km2)

    1,023,988 (54th)
    Demonym(s) Tulsan
    Time zone UTC−6 (CST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT)
    ZIP Codes
    ZIP Codes[4]
    Area code(s) 539/918
    FIPS code 40-75000
    GNIS feature ID 1100962[5]
    Website www.cityoftulsa.org


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    2 thoughts on “Oklahoma Route 66 Roadside Attractions Iconic Tour

    1. Just found your channel. I visit the blue whale at least once a month. I actually live in the Tulsa area. I’ve been to a movie at that old drive in, back in the 80’s. It was called the Tee Pee Drive In. Great video.

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