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9309 S Toledo Ave Ste A
Tulsa, OK 74137
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Things To Do in Tulsa, OK

Tulsa Zoo Tulsa Zoo

If you want a fun and educational family outing, visit the Tulsa Zoo. With a focus on wildlife education and conservation, the Tulsa Zoo is the premier destination for anyone who values creativity and diversity. Stroll among the fantastic animals, from tigers to grizzly bears, or let your kids run wild at the Helmerich Playground, where they can behave like their favorite animal. The Tulsa Zoo is more than just a fun day out. They're actively working with the community to drive change for a future where wildlife and wild places thrive. Their top-notch education programs encourage curiosity about the natural world and help participants become environmentally conscientious and scientifically literate citizens. And if you want to make your visit memorable, consider a Walking Tour with a knowledgeable, professional guide. You'll learn even more about the animals and their habitats and come away with a deeper appreciation for the fantastic work done by the Tulsa Zoo.

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Skydive Cherokee Skydive Cherokee

Are you tired of just reading about history? Why not make your own? Skydive Cherokee offers classes and courses for the beginner, novice, and professional Jumper. The team of licensed instructors will safely take you to new heights through our various student programs. Experience one of life's most incredible adventures with tandem skydiving. No prior experience is required. You'll be teamed up with one of our expert instructors and in the air, ready to jump in about an hour. Imagine yourself 2 miles above the Earth, your heart pounding with adrenaline, and the only sound you hear is the air whistling around you. Jump out of a plane, soar through the air, the chute pops open, sail to the ground, and land. Yes, this could be you. Book a jump today and have that rock star video to show your friends and co-workers.

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Tulsa Bicycle Tours Tulsa Bicycle Tours

Experience the charm of Tulsa with Tulsa Bicycle Tours, a locally owned and operated company dedicated to providing unique bike tours that showcase the city's beauty. With knowledgeable guides leading the way, you'll explore prominent neighborhoods, historic concert venues, original Route 66, the Arkansas River, and one of the world's largest collections of Art Deco architecture. Moreover, the comfortable and easy-to-ride Tulsa-built bikes make touring a breeze. Plus, you can start your tour from your office, house, or hotel, as they bring you a stocked trailer with all the necessary equipment.  

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The Cave House The Cave House

Have you ever driven past the Cave House in Tulsa and wondered about its story? If so, you're not alone. This quirky building has a fascinating history dating back to the 1920s when it was built as the Cave Garden Restaurant. By day, the restaurant served food on picnic tables, but at night, it transformed into a speakeasy accessed through a secret tunnel in the fireplace that led to a big room under the hill. Today, the Cave House is a museum dedicated to this piece of Tulsa's past. You can schedule a guided tour to see the meandering halls and steep staircase and learn about the exciting characters that once lived there. The current owner has decorated the interior with nods to previous occupants, including a key tree for the mysterious key woman who is said to have haunted the house. Unsurprisingly, the house has been featured on HGTV's "Home Strange Home" and in the book "Weird Oklahoma."

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