Cheap and Free Stuff To Do in Tulsa

Sometimes you don’t want to spend any money, or don’t have any to spend, but luckily for you, there is a lot of stuff to do in Tulsa that doesn’t cost anything. Here are some suggestions for admission free attractions that are sure to please any age. The first on our list of free stuff to do in Tulsa is the Kaleidoscope Children’s Museum, which is located at 6202 Sheridan Road, and open from 10am to 6pm. Unlike other museum, kids are encouraged to handle and play with the exhibits here, and there are fun things like pint-sized Kid’s City, so that you child can pretend to be a barber or a doctor, or even a fireman. There are also two big rock walls and a magnifying glass. The museum is 13,000 square feet of fun for your kids.

While the Tulsa Air and Space Museum is not free, admission is less than five bucks, even for adults and it is worth a visit. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm and for a few hours on Sunday, the Museum is located at 3694 N, 74th East and features the history of aerospace including aircraft as far back as the 30′s. Much of the aircraft showcased are special to Oklahoma in some way, but there are many that aren’t and the F14 exhibit is worth the price of admission all by itself.

Third is River Parks, located on South Houston Avenue. This is a place that few know about and isn’t usually frequented by as many tourists as other attractions, but is a favorite among those who go. It is a great outdoors excursion whether your are biking or hiking. You can walk along the Arkansas River and spend some time out in nature with a picnic.

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