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Latitude: 36.02514 to 36.24501
Longitude: -95.80209 to -96.05605

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Area code(s): 918
Zip Code(s): 74101, 74102, 74103, 74104, 74105, 74106, 74107, 74108, 74110, 74112, 74114, 74115, 74116, 74117, 74119, 74120, 74121, 74126, 74127, 74128, 74129, 74130, 74132, 74133, 74134, 74135, 74136, 74137, 74141, 74145, 74146, 74147, 74148, 74149, 74150, 74152, 74153, 74155, 74156, 74157, 74158, 74159, 74169, 74170, 74171, 74172, 74182, 74183, 74184, 74186, 74187, 74189, 74192, 74193, 74194
Population: 393,049



There are several small bed-and-breakfast inns in Tulsa, including

  The McBirney Mansion, 1414 S. Galveston, Phone: (918) 585-3234 Fax: (918) 585-9377  
  Renaissance Cottage Bed & Breakfast, 1204 So. Florence Ave, Phone: (918) 599-0801 1 block from Tulsa University and historic Route 66.


  Days Inn Central, 4724 S Yale, Phone: (918) 496-9300 Fax: (918) 495-1760  
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Getting In

By plane

  Tulsa International Airport (TUL) Located in the north part of Tulsa. It has major airlines with direct flights to major cities in the US.
  Richard L. Jones, Jr. Airport (RVS) (often called the "Riverside Airport") is south of downtown Tulsa and is a general aviation airport.

By train

The only passenger train to Tulsa leaves Kansas City (Missouri) every midnight. This is a bus connection to Amtrak.

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Getting Around

The major streets are in a "1 mile grid" that makes it much easier to find places than in cities where streets go every which way. The exceptions are downtown, which is slanted at almost a 45 degree angle to the rest of the grid.

By car

Several freeways and bypasses can be used to easily get around the Tulsa Metro area: I-244, I-44, US 169 (Mingo Valley Expressway, aka "Pearl Harbor Memorial Expressway"), US 75, Hwy 51 (Broken Arrow Expressway), Creek Turnpike. The   More...


  Bells Amusement Park 3901 E 21st Street Amusement rides and games.
  Downtown Mall Walk the downtown mall and see lots of Art Deco architecture downtown.
  The Center of the Universe is at the top of a pedestrian bridge in Tulsa. The bridge goes over the railroad tracks from Archer Street to First Street, west of the Union depot and immediately north of the Williams Center Tower. If you stand on the opposite side of the brick circle from   More...


Tulsa is in the Green Country region of Oklahoma. It is also called "T-town" by the locals and has been called the "Oil Capital of the World". Tulsa lies in northeastern Oklahoma, which is on the southeastern part of the Great Plains. Summers can be very warm and with the cold wind across the plains it can get very cold in the winter, but it does not last long. The winters are considered to be very mild. There is not much snow, just a few inches each year. Tulsa   More...


  Gilcrease Museum 1400 North Gilcrease Museum Road, (918) 596-2700 One of the world's largest collections of Western and Native American art and artifacts
  The Philbrook Museum of Art 2727 South Rockford Road, (One block east of Peoria Avenue at 27th Place) (918) 748-5309 Native American, Renaissance, European, American, African, and Southeast Asian art.
  Woodward Park southeast corner of 21st and Utica, See the park in the spring when   More...

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