Culture & Recreation

When we say "the heart of Oklahoma", fine arts, culture and recreation is what we mean.

Whether it is World Class art, opera and ballet or just an escape to the zoo, the City has a lot to offer. These sections cover the many opportunities to learn and experience more about the spirit, culture and history of Tulsa.

Section Highlights...

The City of Tulsa manages 125 parks covering roughly 6,000 acres including nature centers, golf courses, Tulsa Zoo & Living Museum, Tulsa Garden Center, 21 swimming pools, 197 sports fields, 83 playgrounds, 109 tennis courts, 28 water playgrounds, The River SkatePark, 69 picnic shelters, 11 community centers, fitness facilities, gymnasiums, meeting rooms and facilities, trails and more.

Situated on 70 beautifully landscaped acres, and with nearly 1,500 animals - many of them endangered and rare - visitors can enjoy all that nature has to offer at the Tulsa Zoo.

Where the story of the American West unfolds. The art collection includes over 10,000 paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures by 400 artists from colonial times to the present.

When the lights go down and the curtain goes up, you're about to experience the finest in arts and entertainment at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center

The Tulsa Garden Center's purpose is to provide a variety of horticulture educational opportunities and experiences for a wide range of citizens.

Culture & Recreation

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