Sightseeing in Broken Arrow


Girouard Vines: Winery Tour and Tasting for Two or Four at Girouard Vines (Up to 55% Off)

Winery Tour and Tasting for Two or Four at Girouard Vines (Up to 55% Off)

Girouard Vines

East Village

Groups of two or four tour this urban winery and vineyard before tasting some of its wine

$50 $25

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Tulsa Historical Society: One-Year Individual or Family Membership to Tulsa Historical Society & Museum (Up to 50% Off)

One-Year Individual or Family Membership to Tulsa Historical Society & Museum (Up to 50% Off)

Tulsa Historical Society

Garden District

Discover Tulsa’s history through eight rotating exhibits containing 65,000 photographs, 10,000 books, and 6,000 artifacts

$35 $19

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The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art: $6 for a Visit for Two to The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art (Up to $13 Value)

$6 for a Visit for Two to The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art (Up to $13 Value)

The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art

Tulsa

Paintings, ancient artifacts, multihued tapestries, and educational tools fill two floors in a museum dedicated to Jewish culture

$13 $6

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Bike Bar Tours: $165 for Two-Hour Ride for up to 16 People from Bike Bar Tours ($360 Value)

$165 for Two-Hour Ride for up to 16 People from Bike Bar Tours ($360 Value)

Bike Bar Tours

Tulsa

Guests pedal a multi-person bike to local bars and watering holes for up to two hours

$360 $165

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Price Tower Arts Center: One-Year Family or Contributor-Level Membership at Price Tower Arts Center (Up to 51% Off)

One-Year Family or Contributor-Level Membership at Price Tower Arts Center (Up to 51% Off)

Price Tower Arts Center

Bartlesville

Frank Lloyd Wright-designed National Historic Landmark skyscraper houses rotating exhibits on 20th- and 21st-century art and architecture

$66 $33

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Arkansas & Missouri Railroad: Van Buren–Winslow or Springdale–Van Buren Train Excursion for Two or Four (Up to 52% Off)

Van Buren–Winslow or Springdale–Van Buren Train Excursion for Two or Four (Up to 52% Off)

Arkansas & Missouri Railroad

Multiple Locations

Travelers enjoy a scenic trip between Van Buren and Winslow or Springdale, for breathtaking scenery or an in-town visit

$78 $39

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  • Philbrook Museum of Art
    Since its founding 75 years ago in a graceful 1920s mansion, Philbrook Museum of Art has grown to become one of the preeminent art museums of the central United States. The cornerstone of its permanent collection is its wide-ranging survey of Native American art, from traditional basketry to 20th-century paintings. Other highlights include Renaissance and Baroque paintings from the Kress Foundation and an American art collection including 15 paintings by Andrew Wyeth. Outside, the museum's 23 acres of grounds includes a lush garden whose trails run alongside native Oklahoma plants and plants that relocated to Oklahoma after college. An architectural addition features an auditorium, restaurant, library, and education studios, many of which host the Philbrook's interactive, enlightening programs and events. In the summer, these include daytime art camps for six- to 12-year-olds and a nighttime film series that screens features in the garden. The Philbrook's growing modern and contemporary art collections can be found at a satellite campus in downtown Tulsa, which also contains the Eugene B. Adkins Collection and Study Center of Native American Art.
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    2727 S Rockford Rd
    Tulsa, OK US
  • The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art
    What began in 1965 as a traveling exhibit from the Jewish Museum in New York transformed into a permanent space for art pieces that encompass various aspects of Jewish life. The museum now bears the name of its first curator, Tulsa native Sherwin Miller, whose dedication to Judaism and art embodies the museum’s mission to "preserve and share the legacy of Jewish art, history and culture." To cultivate its educational environment, The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art maintains permanent collections such as the Jewish History and Culture exhibition, in which visitors can peruse fine art in the form of brilliantly colored tapestries by Israeli artist Reuven Rubin and archeological artifacts from the Middle Bronze Age through the Iron Age. Other displays include the Kaiser Holocaust Exhibition on the first floor and the Oklahoma Jewish Experience, which tells the stories of immigrants and showcases memorabilia from Oklahoma synagogues and families. In addition to its collections, the museum also showcases rotating exhibits of visiting works of art and seasonal educational displays with craft projects geared toward specific holidays.
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    2021 E 71st St
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Tulsa Air and Space Museum
    The Tulsa Air and Space Museum explores the history of aerial propulsion, from propeller planes to rockets. The standing exhibits offer visitors a chance to get up close to real equipment or try their hand at piloting within simulators. An actual MD-80 aircraft standing outside of the museum?it's soon to be the centerpiece of an interactive exhibit on aeronautics, but for now it's content to inspire anyone who looks upon it. For those interested in more than gazing, hourly tours are offered which include a cockpit visit and short video. Equally incredible (though perhaps not quite as large) are exhibits that focus on the World War II, the Space Age, and celebrate the history of aeronautics. The museum also features a planetarium with hourly shows that give an idea of just how large the universe truly is.
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    3624 North 74th East Avenue
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Gilcrease Museum
    Thomas Gilcrease learned to love the American West as a boy growing up in the Oklahoma Territory during the early 1900s, but it took a trip to Europe to ignite his passion for preserving and sharing the region's distinctive culture and history. Inspired by the vast displays of Old World artwork he viewed during his overseas travels, he used the wealth he amassed in Oklahoma's oil fields to assemble an immense collection of art and artifacts. This collection found its current home in 1949 when Gilcrease founded what would become the Gilcrease Museum. The museum's exhibit halls, library shelves, and refrigerator doors brim with historically and culturally significant pieces, including more than 10,000 Western American artworks by nationally renowned painters and sculptors, 100,000 rare books, maps, and manuscripts, and 250,000 Native American artifacts. Although exhibits change throughout the year, they tend to explore the impact of westward expansion while also celebrating the region's natural beauty and honoring its roots in Native American culture. Beyond its walls, the Gilcrease Museum features 23 acres of themed gardens, which embrace landscaping design and agricultural practices from the pre-Columbian, Colonial, and Victorian eras, among others. These gardens allow visitors to interact with displays that are simultaneously historical and alive, serving as a symbolic reminder of western America's cultural growth and development.
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    1400 North Gilcrease Museum Road
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Tulsa Historical Society
    The building that houses the Tulsa Historical Society & Museum doesn't just contain historical artifacts?it's a piece of history itself. Built in 1919 by Sam and Julie Travis during the prosperous years of Tulsa's second oil boom, the mansion sits on 28,000 square feet of manicured landscape that now houses a Vintage Garden brimming with architectural artifacts and bronze sculptures. Of course, this is just part of the history museum's draw. In the years since its 1963 founding, the Tulsa Historical Society & Museum has amassed a collection of more than 65,000 photographs, 10,000 books and manuscripts, and 6,000 other objects that bear the essence of Tulsa or Oklahoma history, ranging from furniture and fine art to military uniforms and civilian clothing. Curators pull from this ever-growing collection to create themed exhibitions in the museum's eight separate galleries. Every exhibition changes at least once a year, giving repeat visitors a chance to make new discoveries about Tulsa's history.
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    2445 S Peoria Ave.
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Woody Guthrie Center
    Though born in Okemah, Oklahoma in 1912, Woody Guthrie might as well have hailed from California or the New York island, the red-wood forest or the Gulf Stream waters. Most famous for penning "This Land Is Your Land," Woody emerged as a major songwriter in early 20th-century American folk music; his written work and quest for social justice would influence everyone from Pete Seeger to Bob Dylan. Woody's fiddle, guitar, and mandolin grace the center's gallery, while the Woody's Footsteps exhibit lets visitor retrace his journeys across the nation without having to sleep in train cars. Plenty of Woody's recordings are available for listening; and if so inspired, visitors can even write their own original verses at the museum's lyric-writing station. Beyond preserving Woody's legacy, the center hosts year-round performances by musicians Woody has influenced, including Ronny Cox and Jay Farrar.
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    102 East MB Brady Street
    Tulsa, OK US

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