This facility, located at the Port of Catoosa, emphasizes information and history of the Arkansas River and the ... More
Arkansas River Historical Society Museum
This facility, located at the Port of Catoosa, emphasizes information and history of the Arkansas River and the McClellan-Kerr Navigation System, a 445-mile waterway that bypasses the non-navigable portion of the river. Exhibits include photographs, Native American artifacts found near the river, and a lock-and-dam model demonstrating the workings of the 17 locks found on the system. This is educational for children and adults; kids especially will enjoy the Indian artifacts and the lock model. Admission is free, but donations are accepted.
Formerly a private mansion, the Villa Philbrook near downtown Tulsa was donated by its residents more than 50 years ago
for use as an art museum. Besides hosting special temporary exhibits throughout the year, this massive structure holds thousands ...
Along the banks of the Arkansas River between the 11th Street Bridge and 81st Street, and along Riverside Drive, are
the River Parks. A walking/biking trail stretches 10 miles from 11th Street to 101st Street along the east bank ...
Located on State Highway 66 (formerly old Route 66) at the Verdigris Bridge between Catoosa and Claremore, this is a
well known spot among Tulsans. Set in a log house by the river near the woods, the scenic exterior ...