Top Tourist Attractions in Tulsa: Travel Guide Oklahoma

Top Tourist Attractions in Tulsa: Travel Guide Oklahoma

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3 Popular Attractions In Oklahoma

  • Robbers Cave State Park: State park in Wilburton, Oklahoma.
  • Oklahoma Facts:

    • A life-size statue stands in honor of Astronaut Thomas P. Stafford in Weatherford.
    • Oklahoma’s state wildflower the Indian Blanket is red with yellow tips. It symbolizes the state’s scenic beauty as well as the its American Indian heritage. The wildflower blooms in June and July.
    • About 60 percent of surface water is used for drinking water.
    • Henry Bellmon became the first elected Republican governor in 1963.
    • It's fifth in pecans.
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    City of Oklahoma City Clockwise from top left: Downtown skyline, SkyDance Pedestrian Bridge, City Hall, Gold Star Memorial Building, Paycom Center, Oklahoma City National Memorial, State Capitol

    Clockwise from top left: Downtown skyline, SkyDance Pedestrian Bridge, City Hall, Gold Star Memorial Building, Paycom Center, Oklahoma City National Memorial, State Capitol
    Flag of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Official seal of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Nickname(s):

    “OKC”, “The 405”, “The Big Friendly”, “The City”,[1]
    Location within Oklahoma County, Canadian County, Cleveland County and Pottawatomie County in Oklahoma

    Oklahoma City is located in the United States

    Oklahoma City
    Oklahoma City
    Location within the United States
    Coordinates:

    35°28′7″N 97°31′17″W / 35.46861°N 97.52139°W / 35.46861; -97.52139Coordinates: 35°28′7″N 97°31′17″W / 35.46861°N 97.52139°W / 35.46861; -97.52139 Country United States State Oklahoma Counties Oklahoma, Canadian, Cleveland, Pottawatomie Founded April 22, 1889[2] Incorporated July 15, 1890[2] Government

    •Type Council–managerMayor David Holt (R) •City manager Craig Freeman Area

    •City 620.76sqmi (1,607.76km2) •Land 606.45sqmi (1,570.70km2) •Water 14.31sqmi (37.06km2) •Urban

    410.6sqmi (1,063.5km2) Elevation

    1,198ft (365m) Population

    •City 681,054 •Rank 22nd in the United States
    1st in Oklahoma •Density 1,123.02/sqmi (433.60/km2) •Metro

    1,425,695 (41st) Time zone UTC−6 (Central (CST)) •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT) ZIP Codes
    Zip codes[7]
    Area code(s) 405 572 FIPS code 40-55000 GNIS feature ID 1102140[4] Website Oklahoma City official website

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    Top Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Tulsa: Travel Guide Oklahoma
    Philbrook Museum of Art, Gilcrease Museum, BOK Center, Tulsa Zoo, ONEOK Field, Woody Guthrie Center, The Cave House, Woodward Park, Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Boston Avenue Methodist Church, The Golden Driller, Tulsa Air and Space Museum