Tulsa has a rich cultural legacy that can be traced back to the big strike at Glen Pool in 1905, where oil was first discovered. That prosperity has transcended to present day Tulsa. Walk down the streets of Brookside and easily spot the the red brick and dramatic grand entrance of the famous Skelly Mansion or the 90-degree angles that distinguished the design of the Frank Lloyd Wright House from other architectural styles during that time period. Take advantage of modern-day Brookside, a popular place to listen to live music and eat great food.
Tulsa is one of the most livable cities in the country. With the second shortest commute of any city, Tulsa is also an affordable place to live and generously supports its local businesses. You’ll quickly feel connected to the city's close-knit community. Meet your local farmers and artisans at the weekly Cherry Street Farmer's Market. With access to over 130 parks, you can explore over 6,000 acres of greenspace by foot or bike. When you are feeling nostalgic, head to Admiral Twin Drive-in to watch your favorite movie with a group of friends.
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Fun Things to Do
● Find the top 10 things to do in Tulsa
● Go to the Philbrook Museum of Art the second Saturday of every month for free
● Walk on the wildside at the Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve
● Walk, run and explore the River Parks
● Take a photo with the Golden Driller at Tulsa’s County Fairgrounds
● Stroll down the streets Brookside for live music and cheap eats
● Get your fresh veggies and locally made goods at the Cherry Street Farmer’s Market
● Catch a flick at the Admiral Twin Drive-in movie theater