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Tulsa has long been known as the cultural and arts capital of Oklahoma, with an endless list of unique things to do, see and appreciate. Moments from city’s most famous sights and discoveries, The Mayo is perfectly placed for those eager to explore. Below is a snapshot of some of our favorite attractions.

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Cox Business Convention Center

Home to Oklahoma’s largest exhibit hall, the Convention Center is conveniently located an easy 3 blocks away from the Mayo Hotel.

Blue Dome District

The Blue Dome District is one of Tulsa’s most popular entertainment districts. It is often considered the place to go before and after a big show or just to relax with friends.

BOK Center

BOK Center

This state of the art arena hosts more than 100 various events each year ranging from the worlds best music artists to sporting events.

Philbrook Museum of Art

Philbrook Museum of Art

Once home to oilman Waite Phillips, this vast art museum has numerous exhibits and is surrounded by acres of lush gardens – the perfect spot to escape reality.

Performing Arts Center

Performing Arts Center

A complex of five theaters accommodates a variety of ballet, opera, symphony, off-Broadway musicals, plays, meetings, lectures and films.

Gutherie Green

Gutherie Green

Downtown Tulsa’s only park, this cozy park is bustling with activity for all ages. Live music, movies on the green, and a weekly famers market – activities are always free at this hotspot.

Gathering Place

The main attractions are the Chapman Adventure Playground, the Williams Lodge, a boathouse, splash playground, great lawn, outdoor sports courts, a skate park, a wetland pond and garden, and numerous trails among other locations. 

Living Arts

Living Arts presents and develops critically- engaged contemporary art in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Living Arts includes exhibition spaces, education spaces, sites for meeting and event programming.

Cain's Ballroom

Cain's Ballroom

Built in 1924, Tulsa’s most famous dance hall has been home to a variety of musicians, from Bob Wills to Snoop Dogg. All of your favorite musicians start at Cain’s. 

Tulsa Theater - Formerly Brady Theater

This acclaimed convention hall and theater is full of historical grandeur as well as modern flair, hosting famous shows and celebrities all year long. The venue’s impeccable acoustics and reputation for the incredible layout which makes every seat in the house a great seat keep people coming back time and again.

Woodie Guthrie Center

The brand new museum is dedicated to the life and legacy of Oklahoma’s own, Woody Guthrie. The center features all original archives donated directly from Woody’s living heirs.

Gilcrease Museum

The world's largest collection of art from the American West is housed at this museum, which is also well stocked with Native American artifacts and artwork

Center of the Universe

The Center of The Universe in downtown Tulsa is marked by a small concrete circle in the middle of a larger circle of bricks. The “Center of the Universe” is a little-known mysterious acoustic phenomenon.

Osage Casino

Osage is Oklahoma's premier casino for gaming and entertainment.

ONEOK Field

Oneok Field is a baseball park in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Located in the historic Greenwood district adjacent to downtown Tulsa, it is the home of the Tulsa Drillers.

Greenwood District

Greenwood is a historic freedom colony in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As one of the most prominent concentrations of African-American businesses in the United States during the early 20th century, it was popularly known as America's "Black Wall Street".

Utica Square

Utica Square

Over the years, Utica Square has earned the reputation as the area's finest shopping center. A dynamic mixture of quality stores and restaurants in an elegant outdoor setting has made this unique destination a hometown treasure.

Box Yard

The Boxyard is a unique shopping and entertainment experience. The Boxyard is constructed out of 39 repurposed shipping containers that have been traveling the globe for the past 10 years.

Southern Hills Country Club

Consistently recognized as one of the Top 100 golf courses in the world, the Championship Course was originally designed by Perry Maxwell and opened for play in 1936.

Tulsa Country Club

Tulsa Country Club has a unique heritage and one that is connected more to the city of Tulsa than any other private club! Known for its spectacular downtown views, a nationally recognized golf course, elegant and casual dining options and an array of sports activities.

Expo Square Center

Home to the Tulsa State Fair and other events.

Woodward Park

A breathtaking and abundant 34-acre park complete with an arboretum and botanical garden is open to the public year round. Feed squirrels, stop for a photo, or meditate amongst one of Tulsa’s most beautiful park.

University of Tulsa

The University of Tulsa is a private research university. It has a historic affiliation with the Presbyterian Church and the campus architectural style is predominantly Collegiate Gothic. The University of Tulsa is classified among "R2: Doctoral Universities – High research activity"

Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum

Settled on 84 wooded and landscaped acres, you will find more than 2,500 animals, including 500 different species and immersive ecosystems. Unleash your wild side and immerse yourself at “America’s Favorite Zoo”.

Tulsa Garden Center

Beautiful sights await you at this horticultural and environmental education center, including a former Italian Renaissance villa, a brightly colored landscaped garden with inlaid stone steps and a rose garden with 9,000 rosebushes.

Tulsa Children’s Museum Discovery Lab

In addition to offering dozens of imaginative display, educational programs and exhibits designed for children of all ages, the museum is proud to announce the recent grand opening of their hands-on addition: The Discovery Lab.

Tulsa Air & Space Museum

Tulsa's rich aviation history is highlighted in this state-of-the-art museum with exhibits like the F14 Tomcat, Shuttle Launch, Wind Tunnel and Flight Simulation Lab. Next door, visitors will find a planetarium with a dome theatre.

River Parks

This 26 mile, asphalt-paved running, walking and biking trail crosses the River Parks along the banks of the Arkansas River past picturesque gardens, fountains, life-sized wildlife sculptures and murals.

Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame

Located nearby in the historic Union Depot Building full of character and artifacts, consider this hall of fame your ambassador to the world of live entertainment and the lively music of American Jazz.

Linnaeus Teaching Center Garden at Woodward Park

The sound of the water and sight of breathtaking flowers make this a tranquil peaceful setting where visitors are encouraged to touch and smell.

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Cox Business Convention Center

Home to Oklahoma’s largest exhibit hall, the Convention Center is conveniently located an easy 3 blocks away from the Mayo Hotel.

Discover more

Blue Dome District

The Blue Dome District is one of Tulsa’s most popular entertainment districts. It is often considered the place to go before and after a big show or just to relax with friends.

Discover more
BOK Center

BOK Center

This state of the art arena hosts more than 100 various events each year ranging from the worlds best music artists to sporting events.

Discover more
Philbrook Museum of Art

Philbrook Museum of Art

Once home to oilman Waite Phillips, this vast art museum has numerous exhibits and is surrounded by acres of lush gardens – the perfect spot to escape reality.

Discover more
Performing Arts Center

Performing Arts Center

A complex of five theaters accommodates a variety of ballet, opera, symphony, off-Broadway musicals, plays, meetings, lectures and films.

Discover more
Gutherie Green

Gutherie Green

Downtown Tulsa’s only park, this cozy park is bustling with activity for all ages. Live music, movies on the green, and a weekly famers market – activities are always free at this hotspot.

Discover more

Gathering Place

The main attractions are the Chapman Adventure Playground, the Williams Lodge, a boathouse, splash playground, great lawn, outdoor sports courts, a skate park, a wetland pond and garden, and numerous trails among other locations. 

Discover more

Living Arts

Living Arts presents and develops critically- engaged contemporary art in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Living Arts includes exhibition spaces, education spaces, sites for meeting and event programming.

Discover more
Cain's Ballroom

Cain's Ballroom

Built in 1924, Tulsa’s most famous dance hall has been home to a variety of musicians, from Bob Wills to Snoop Dogg. All of your favorite musicians start at Cain’s. 

Discover more

Tulsa Theater - Formerly Brady Theater

This acclaimed convention hall and theater is full of historical grandeur as well as modern flair, hosting famous shows and celebrities all year long. The venue’s impeccable acoustics and reputation for the incredible layout which makes every seat in the house a great seat keep people coming back time and again.

Discover more

Woodie Guthrie Center

The brand new museum is dedicated to the life and legacy of Oklahoma’s own, Woody Guthrie. The center features all original archives donated directly from Woody’s living heirs.

Discover more

Gilcrease Museum

The world's largest collection of art from the American West is housed at this museum, which is also well stocked with Native American artifacts and artwork

Discover more

Center of the Universe

The Center of The Universe in downtown Tulsa is marked by a small concrete circle in the middle of a larger circle of bricks. The “Center of the Universe” is a little-known mysterious acoustic phenomenon.

Discover more

Osage Casino

Osage is Oklahoma's premier casino for gaming and entertainment.

Discover more

ONEOK Field

Oneok Field is a baseball park in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Located in the historic Greenwood district adjacent to downtown Tulsa, it is the home of the Tulsa Drillers.

Discover more

Greenwood District

Greenwood is a historic freedom colony in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As one of the most prominent concentrations of African-American businesses in the United States during the early 20th century, it was popularly known as America's "Black Wall Street".

Discover more
Utica Square

Utica Square

Over the years, Utica Square has earned the reputation as the area's finest shopping center. A dynamic mixture of quality stores and restaurants in an elegant outdoor setting has made this unique destination a hometown treasure.

Discover more

Box Yard

The Boxyard is a unique shopping and entertainment experience. The Boxyard is constructed out of 39 repurposed shipping containers that have been traveling the globe for the past 10 years.

Discover more

Southern Hills Country Club

Consistently recognized as one of the Top 100 golf courses in the world, the Championship Course was originally designed by Perry Maxwell and opened for play in 1936.

Discover more

Tulsa Country Club

Tulsa Country Club has a unique heritage and one that is connected more to the city of Tulsa than any other private club! Known for its spectacular downtown views, a nationally recognized golf course, elegant and casual dining options and an array of sports activities.

Discover more

Expo Square Center

Home to the Tulsa State Fair and other events.

Discover more

Woodward Park

A breathtaking and abundant 34-acre park complete with an arboretum and botanical garden is open to the public year round. Feed squirrels, stop for a photo, or meditate amongst one of Tulsa’s most beautiful park.

Discover more

University of Tulsa

The University of Tulsa is a private research university. It has a historic affiliation with the Presbyterian Church and the campus architectural style is predominantly Collegiate Gothic. The University of Tulsa is classified among "R2: Doctoral Universities – High research activity"

Discover more

Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum

Settled on 84 wooded and landscaped acres, you will find more than 2,500 animals, including 500 different species and immersive ecosystems. Unleash your wild side and immerse yourself at “America’s Favorite Zoo”.

Discover more

Tulsa Garden Center

Beautiful sights await you at this horticultural and environmental education center, including a former Italian Renaissance villa, a brightly colored landscaped garden with inlaid stone steps and a rose garden with 9,000 rosebushes.

Discover more

Tulsa Children’s Museum Discovery Lab

In addition to offering dozens of imaginative display, educational programs and exhibits designed for children of all ages, the museum is proud to announce the recent grand opening of their hands-on addition: The Discovery Lab.

Discover more

Tulsa Air & Space Museum

Tulsa's rich aviation history is highlighted in this state-of-the-art museum with exhibits like the F14 Tomcat, Shuttle Launch, Wind Tunnel and Flight Simulation Lab. Next door, visitors will find a planetarium with a dome theatre.

Discover more

River Parks

This 26 mile, asphalt-paved running, walking and biking trail crosses the River Parks along the banks of the Arkansas River past picturesque gardens, fountains, life-sized wildlife sculptures and murals.

Discover more

Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame

Located nearby in the historic Union Depot Building full of character and artifacts, consider this hall of fame your ambassador to the world of live entertainment and the lively music of American Jazz.

Discover more

Linnaeus Teaching Center Garden at Woodward Park

The sound of the water and sight of breathtaking flowers make this a tranquil peaceful setting where visitors are encouraged to touch and smell.

Discover more
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