Forest Heritage Center Museum houses antique forestry tools and 14 large dioramas with narration that cover Prehistoric Forests, Caddo Indians, Papermaking, Lumbering, and Forest Appreciation.
Gilcrease Museum houses the world’s largest collection of art of the American West, as well as from Central and South America. For Children, their Kravis Discovery Center is an interactive collection of the early history of the Americas.
Meet barn animals, see friendly reptiles and exotic birds on a field trip to Hochatown Petting Zoo. Barnyard animals come up to visitors for a pet or a handful of food.
John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park memorializes the Tulsa Race Riot and tells the story of African Americans’ role in building Oklahoma. Also combine tour of the Greenwood Cultural Center.
Philbrook Museum of Art is an art museum with formal gardens. The tours are designed to promote critical and creative thinking while inviting opportunities for students to consider multiple perspectives.
The Maritime Education Center is a free interactive exhibit and guided tours about the Port’s history, the river’s Navigation system and the economic impact on Oklahoma.
The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art collection of art shows the 5,000-yr history of the Jewish people from the pre-Canaanite era thru the settling in the American Southwest.
The Tulsa Air and Space Museum is an aerospace museum has 19,000 square feet of historical exhibits, hands-on activities, vintage aircraft, STEM programs and a full-dome planetarium.
The Tulsa Botanic Garden promotes the importance of plants and nature to create a sustainable world. The Children’s Discovery Garden offers experience-based learning.