Tulsa, Oklahoma Attractions

Unusual landmarks, museums, roadside attractions, and hidden wonders in Tulsa and the surrounding area.

Golden Driller: Titanic Oil Man

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  • Blue Whale

    Blue Whale

    Catoosa, Oklahoma

    Postcard darling of Route 66, the happy Blue Whale has fared better than its neighbor, the dour Noah's Ark.

  • J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum

    J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum

    Claremore, Oklahoma

    World's largest privately owned gun collection. See the guns of Bonnie and Clyde and Pretty Boy Floyd. Bonus: execution nooses!

  • Golden Driller: Titanic Oil Man

    Golden Driller: Titanic Oil Man

    Tulsa, Oklahoma

    One of the tallest statues in America, the Golden Driller has survived tornadoes and turbulent oil markets.

  • Buck Atom: Space Cowboy Muffler Man

    Buck Atom: Space Cowboy Muffler Man

    Tulsa, Oklahoma

    Stands at a former gas station on Route 66. Artist Mark Cline transformed owner Mary Beth Babcock's idea into a 21-foot-tall rocket-clutching Muffler Man.

  • Oral Roberts Prayer Tower

    Oral Roberts Prayer Tower

    Tulsa, Oklahoma

    Spiritual Tower of Power built by the late evangelist Oral Roberts -- closer to God, architecturally, anyway.

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