Collinsville is a city in Rogers and Tulsa counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma, and a part of the Tulsa, Oklahoma Metropolitan Statistical Area. It was named for Dr. A. H. Collins, an engineer and surveyor who first surveyed the land that became this community. The population was 5,606 according to the 2010 census, an increase of 37.5 percent from 4,077 at the 2000 census.
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4.5 based on 263 reviews
Memorial museum and resting place for the American icon.
Excellent museum about the life of Will Rogers. Hard to believe the museum was built in the late 1930s following his death. Many people, especially the millennials, might not have an idea who Will was but they may know many of his phrases that he made famous. Museum is well put together and the rooms flow easily. We were a bit pressed for time so didn't get to see any of the presentations in the theaters. The docents were all very helpful and nice and will give you a private tour if you want. Definitely worth a stop.
5 based on 14 reviews
Visit Oklahoma's Premier Skydiving Drop Zone. Just a few minutes north of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The only USPA rated tandem skydiving drop zone in Oklahoma. We offer a wide range of recreational and professional skydiving services. For those whom want the experience of skydiving with the security of being attached to one of our USPA licensed tandem masters; see us. For those whom want to become USPA licensed skydivers under the direction of one of our USPA licensed instructors; see us. For those whom are already USPA licensed skydivers and want a great day of fun jumping; see us. Tandem skydiving is our most popular service and we welcome appointments or walk-ins, individuals or groups and celebrations or corporate events. Please click or call for more information on how you can skydive today!
My wife & I went for my bday. This was a first jump for both of us. The owner did our 1 hour school & was super cool guy. Once up in the plane they took us for a flight over Skiatook lake before jumping....MoreThank you Brian! We hope to see you and your family back again!
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Birthplace of Will Rogers, now also a nature reserve.
Upon arrival you hear a voice talking about Will Rogers and the place. On further investigation you learn it is coming from the house. There was no one on the premises while I was there but you are free to walk around and explore the house and other outbuildings. There are goats, donkeys, horses, a cat, and a peacock in the corals and lawn area. Bathrooms are available in the barn area that connects to what looks like a dining area. A continuous video about Will Rogers plays in the dining area of the barn. A nice quick stop overlooking Lake Oologah. Stay as long as you like. Open everyday 8am-5pm. No admission charge. Side street parking available by the house.
4 based on 321 reviews
More Woe Than Wow”
Unusual is the word for this Route 66 roadside attraction. It has history having been created back in the 1970's as an anniversary gift from Hugh to Zelta Davis. Additions to the site followed including swimming, sand beach, picnic tables, life guards and even a reptile centre. Following over 20 years of neglect the Whale and site was 'restored' in 2011 by locals and businesses. For it's historic oddity value it's worth stopping providing you can find it as signage is minimal.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
World's largest privately held firearms collection. More than 12,000 firearms ranging from 1350 to today. Also, Native American Artifacts, WWI history, Cowboy saddles, spurs & brands, music boxes, musical instruments. Fun for the whole family.
We arrived at the JM Davis Museum when it opened Andrew met by a volunteer Who provided maps and answers to many of our questions. This is a fantastic collection which was amassed by one individual and donated to the state of Oklahoma and it...MoreWe are glad you included the J.M. Davis Museum in your Route 66 trip. Thank you for the kind review. Please come back soon.
4.5 based on 731 reviews
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. Thematic gardens reflect the gardening styles of different time periods.
Gilcrease is an excellent museum with an amazing collection of Native American works. The grounds are very special as well. We admired objects of art for over two hours and could easily have stayed longer.
4 based on 216 reviews
Sleek & stylishly comfortable, each of the 454 rooms & suites at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa offer some of the best state-of-the-art amenities in OK.
We used this hotel while in town for a concert. The King Suite is absolutely gorgeous. It was clean and quiet on the 7th floor. The casino areas were well staffed and organized. Check in and out was a breeze. The shower was so awesome!...MoreThank you! You are very kind and we are so happy that you enjoyed your time ans experiences here with us. Please come and visit us again soon!
5 based on 1 reviews
We enjoyed a trail ride to celebrate a birthday. Holly was friendly and gave us thorough information before setting out. Her horses are well trained, but also are not simply trail horses who follow slowly nose to tail. Her helper Linda was friendly as well. We will be back!
4.5 based on 34 reviews
While the house itself is fascinating in its own right for the architecture alone, we enjoy the gift shop and restaurant. They have an excellent lunch menu with an extensive hot tea selection, served in adorable individual tea pots. They have rooms you can reserve for a little girl's tea party or baby shower and a real ballroom on the third floor (no elevators though). It's owned by the local historical society and is still being restored. There was a ramp for wheelchairs out front to access the restaurant and gift shop which are on the first floor, but there are only stairs to access the second and third floors. If you can do stairs it's definitely worth a look up there to see the bedrooms and ballroom. We were made to feel very welcome and allowed to look around the entire house except the kitchen (it's a commercial kitchen) which is furnished with gorgeous Victorian era antiques. The place is run by volunteers who obviously spend a lot of time and effort trying to share the history of the house and help visitors enjoy themselves. They were in the middle of taking Christmas decor down (the whole mansion is decorated for each season) so it was a little chaotic, but we could still see everything. There are "before" pictures of how the mansion looked before the historical society restored it in photo albums. It's amazing the transformation! They have fundraisers and murder mystery plays several times a year to afford the improvements. The food is excellent and so reasonably priced for what we got. Highly recommend for a nice lunch with friends in an upscale atmosphere. Reservations aren't usually needed unless you bring a big group. If you call ahead they can get a volunteer to give a guided tour, but even the waitresses know a lot about the history if you just ask them. It's a great way to pass the time if your husband wants to go to the gun museum!
4.5 based on 172 reviews
The Cave House in a landmark in Tulsa. It was built in 1924, as a Chicken Restaurant. Built during prohibition, it was a place you could quench your thirst! It not only has quirky architecture, but it probably best known for its stories, full of interesting and sometimes amusing information. It is a great date, or family adventure, and as the owner I love to share it! It is best to call, or message ahead, as I do not have regular hours. Due to scheduling for private tours and groups, and because travelers request all days and times, I try to schedule according to requests as best as I can. The cost is $10.00 for ages 16yr. and older. Ages 15yr and younger are $5.00.
Too interesting not to drive by (if you are in the neighborhood). Not interesting enough to drive by (if you are not in the neighborhood). The house is true to life and has existed for decades. I drove by the house endless times to and from a work location.
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