Sapulpa is a city in Creek and Tulsa counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. The population was 20,544 at the 2010 United States census, compared to 19,166 at the 2000 census. As of 2013 the estimated population was 20,836. It is the county seat of Creek County.
Restaurants in Sapulpa
5 based on 1 reviews
This vast art museum, housed in an Italian style villa, has numerous exhibits from European, American, Asian, Native American and African artists and is surrounded by acres of lush gardens.
I love BOTH Philbrook and the Philbrook downtown museums! I am an artist and have been privileged to be able to go down into their collections for private research. Christina Burke who is the Curator of Native American Art is THE BEST! Both locations are beautiful and always have great exhibits. The main location has the most beautiful grounds! Definitely worth a visit and you will want to return.
4.5 based on 708 reviews
The Oklahoma Aquarium is the state's must-see attraction featuring amazing aquatic life in immersive exhibits. You'll be transported to a tropical beach visiting the new Sea Turtle Island. View 300-pound sea turtles, reef sharks and Caribbean fish from three levels plus an underwater observation station. Experience massive bull sharks swimming alongside you and overhead from the safety of a unique walk-through tunnel and dome in the half-million gallon Shark Adventure. Send your kids crawling and climbing through interactive tunnels and caves in exhibits highlighting the Amazon River and kelp forest habitats. Literally thousands of fish, reptiles, amphibians and mammals introduce guests to life in our oceans, rivers, lakes and streams. The Oklahoma Aquarium is a fun, yet educational adventure for everyone!
We went there not expecting alot.. and it was really cool. Very nice set up for kids of all ages. Nice place to visit.We are glad you enjoyed your visit!
5 based on 5 reviews
Museum was well laid out and easy to maneuver around in. It has 3 floors with an elevator. The staff were wonderful and took their time showing the items. They had several items that I had not seen before. You will enjoy this old town museum. We spent about 1 1/2 Hour. We found this while looking for ghost signs. Which this town has many..
4 based on 38 reviews
There is a huge variety of booths to stroll through - antiques, hand crafted, vintage, books, furniture, clothing (new and used), etc. The shopping carts make it nice too and the staff was incredibly friendly and helpful. Plan on at least an hour and try to leave the little ones at home - not a fun outing for them!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
We are a museum located on the historic Route 66 highway in Sapulpa Oklahoma. Our collections focus on vintage cars, Route 66 memorabilia, and local military history.
Didn't even know this place was around, till I was told that Chip Foose had a car on display here... Stopped in, paid the 5 bucks and had a great time looking at some cool cars.. Well worth the money.. Only drawback is they need just a tad better lighting in the east end.. But it's an old building what do you expect
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.
4 based on 29 reviews
With three levels of Golf, Food and Fun, FlyingTee is an unmatched entertainment experience designed for all ages, occasions and skills. • 60 hitting bays with 30+ courses from around the world to be played along with other great golf games like darts, long drive and more, • An indoor restaurant sports bar and outdoor beer garden with putting green overlooking the Arkansas river, • A 16-foot video wall along with 300+ televisions covering 365 days of sports, • Special & holiday events, weekend Live DJ’s and so much more make up FlyingTee's endless entertainment options.
I came here for my friends birthday party and it was a blast! The food was great, and the golfing was so much fun!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
I love this theater better than any. the staff is always friendly and hardly ever crowded. plus if you sign up for B&B backstage rewards program, you can get free stuff and discounts.
5 based on 1 reviews
If you are traveling west from Sapulpa you will not want to miss this antique bridge on Route 66. Just a few miles west of Sapulpa you will find the bridge as well as 3.5 miles of the original route 66 highway. You will be amazed at how narrow not only the bridge is but the old route 66 highway.
4.5 based on 173 reviews
We Tulsans love a trilogy of items. The beauty of the outdoors, vibrant colors and bragging rights, Woodward park, the wedding, graduation and special event photo backdrop of Green Country provides all three in plenty.
Woodward Park is the crown jewel of the Brookside, Maple Ridge, Philbrook and Utica Square Districts. Its grounds adjoin the Tulsa Historical Society. Located primarily at 21st and Peoria, it has geography, flora and fauna and fall and spring beauty as thousands of accent flowers and plants erupt and explode in perfect symmetry. There are few walking paths but they are not needed. There are sheltered areas but most visitors are short term and drive through or take gentle stroll. It is heavily wooded with stone, rock and water accents. It is surrounded by the vintage and opulent Maple Ridge housing district withe th great Philbrook Art Museum a scant 1/2 mile away. Utica Square is a 1/2 mile to the east. The Cherry Street District is a 1/2 mile to the north. This is OLD, OLD time Tulsa. Azaleas dominate the landscape in the Spring. Roses are the transition as one walks towards the Historical Society to te south.
Having recently moved from Tulsa, I greatly miss this treasure. It is gorgeous and magical. Go, park, take a blanket, cheese, bread and some well concealed wine and enjoy.
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