Welcome to Welge Travel Report's OKC & Tulsa guide. Here you'll find the best of OKC and Tulsa. WTR's map of OKC shows you the location of our favorite things to do in OKC - including the The Science Museum Oklahoma and The ONEOK Gallery.
You'll also find the best dining in OKC, guided by WTR's own Carlota Cuisine. Fine dining in OKC includes Ranch Steakhouse and The Mule.
Oklahoma City & Tulsa
Welge Travel Report Notables for OKC & Tulsa
Getting around OKC
Public transportation in OKC
WTR's Tony Transit says the best site for public transportation is (http://www.okc.gov/transit/)
Amtrak (www.amtrak.com) – Your connection to more than 500 stations in 46 states. For online information and train schedules visit www.amtrak.com or call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245)
People Watching in OKC
Our Francois Flaneur says Bricktown River Walk is the best place for "PW".
Dining in OKC
WTR's Carlota Cuisine says the best dinner in OKC is at Ludivine - D: Tu-Sa, 805 N Hudson, 405-778-6800.
Steaks, charcuterie and sides are from local farms and ranches.
Nightlife/Entertainment areas in OKC
Our Shauna Showtime says Bricktown, Midtown and the Plaza District offer the best nightlife.
Shopping areas in OKC
WTR's Shari Shopper says Penn Square Mall, Classen Curve and Western Avenue offer the best choices.
Convention Center in OKC
The Cox Convention (http://www.coxconventioncenter.com/) is the primary meeting space in Oklahoma City.
Business Information in OKC
Here is help in regard to your business in OKC: (http://www.ok.gov/section.php?sec_id=4)
Recognition for OKC
We extend special thanks to the people who manage and/or own the institutions, museums and restaurants featured in our guides. In some instances we have relied on their descriptions and photos.
Lagniappe for OKC
WTR's Ernie Exhibit provides information on special current exhibitions for our featured museums such as: the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
September 1 to May 12, 2019 see American Indian Artists - 20th Century Masters
As Lakota artist Oscar Howe wrote in 1958, “There is much more to Indian art than pretty, stylized pictures.” This exhibition highlights this depth and the 20th century American masters who shaped it. Explore early artists such as the Kiowa Six, Tonita Peña, Harrison Begay and the institutions that influenced them — particularly the University of Oklahoma and the Santa Fe Indian School. See how their art, and that of many others, was not limited to a specific medium or a standard scene, but also reflected individual creativity and stylistic diversity.