United States of America - Great Plains

Tulsa, the second-largest city in Oklahoma, is both cosmopolitan and all-American in its appeal. It’s a place of contrasts along the Arkansas River, where Art Deco architecture sits alongside steel skyscrapers, and rural Route 66 Americana meets state-of-the-art entertainment.

Dominated by the energy industry, Tulsa’s 400,000 residents work hard daily but let their hair down in the evening at numerous cultural and recreational facilities. Visitors get the most bang for their buck in the city’s half-dozen entertainment districts, where most of the dining, shopping, festivals, and arts experiences are located. Anchored by the 1920s-era Blue Dome gas station, the Blue Dome district on historic Route 66 offers stylish restaurants and food truck festivals.

The upscale Brookside District is home to a fantastic farmer’s market, and the Brady Arts District features the historic Brady Theater and Cain’s Ballroom and art galleries. The Cherry Street District is the place to go for antique shopping and top local restaurants, while the downtown Deco District is home to cute pop-up shops and the Tulsa Children’s Museum.

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