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118 S Elm Place
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
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Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish ArtSherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art

There's an extensive collection of early and modern historic Jewish Art at the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, the only museum of its kind in the region. In fact, the museum rivals nationally known Jewish art museums for its extensive and complete collection that tells the history of Jewish culture from antiquity to modern day.

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Admiral Twin Drive-InAdmiral Twin Drive-In

Relax, breathe in the fresh air and watch a good movie at the Admiral Twin Drive-In and enjoy the nostalgia of drive-in movie theatres of the past. The theater plays double features on each side which start at dusk every evening from late spring through late summer.

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Center of the Universe FestivalCenter of the Universe Festival

The Center of the Universe Festival is a two-day, music and arts experience in July. The event features more than 100 bands on multiple outdoor stages, a street market of local and regional displaying and selling, their work, and choose from the many restaurants, bars and clubs in the Brady District or walk up to numerous food trucks and other vendors.

 
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Will Rogers Memorial MuseumWill Rogers Memorial Museum

Take a short trip outside of Tulsa to the Will Rogers Memorial Museum, where you can view his artifacts, memorabilia, saddle collection and more. America's favorite satirist and cowboy poet from the Great Depression, Will Rogers originally bought the 20-acre land as a retirement estate, but died shortly after.

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