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The Weather in Tulsa
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 28°. It may rain 16 days in May while it typically rains only 6 days in September.
Taking time to experience Tulsa with a vacation rental
From its modest beginnings as a Native American settlement to its spectacular growth as a booming oil–rich town, Tulsa has an interesting history, an exciting present, and a promising future.
The range of vacation rentals on offer in Tulsa are as diverse as the city itself. An artist's bungalow in midtown, a studio apartment in a classic brick home, a renovated cottage or a vacation home near the Arkansas River are some of the choices.
The arts are alive in Tulsa!
With numerous art galleries featuring works from both Europe and America, and a thriving performance arts scene, Tulsa is the place to be to soak up some culture.
The downtown area has different districts, each with distinct attractions. The Brady Art District is the site of the Gilcrease Museum with over 10,000 works of art.
The Deco District is home to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center where you can see the Tulsa Ballet and Tulsa Symphony Orchestra perform.
The BOK Center in the Arena District features spectactular performances, world class pop concerts, and sporting events.
Family friendly activities for the children
Keeping the children entertained is easy in Tulsa. For nature lovers, there's the Oklahoma Aquarium with a mesmerizing shark tunnel and the Oxley Nature Center, an 800–acre wildlife sanctuary.
Another venue that excites children is Andy B's, an entertainment complex offering bowling, laser tag, go–karts and arcade games.
Night life highlights in Tulsa
For those visitors wanting to try their luck, there are three casinos in the area. You can try to beat the odds at River Spirit, Osage or the Hard Rock Casino.
Millennials and the young at heart gravitate toward the Blue Dome district. This area offers live music, clubs, restaurants and pubs.
Sporting events including soccer and baseball take place at ONEOK Field. The Expo Square schedules BMX races, sprint car races, and equine events.
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