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Once you’ve identified  the ideal rental property through McGraw Realtors, Property Management & Leasing Department, you may want to find out just what the city of Tulsa has to offer. There are a number of summer activities that you can enjoy with family, as well as some outings that will help you make new friends in the city. There are even  a number of fun Tulsa excursions that are affordable, so you can keep your household budget intact while enjoying the city.

Here are a few of the best ways to explore Tulsa.

First Friday Art Crawl

If you’re a fan of the arts, you can visit the Brady Arts District on the first Friday of every month for First Friday Art Crawl. There are a number of art galleries and museums in the area that provide the ideal space for Tulsa artists to show off their work. There’s also lots of music at the festival, which makes the scene even more enjoyable.

Best of all, the First Friday Art Crawl is free, so you can take in the creative energy of the city without spending a dime.

Gilcrease Museum “Free Days” 

This Tulsa activity takes place on Gilcrease Museum road, and offers free admission to the public on the first Tuesday and third Sunday of every month. On Sundays, you can also find fun activities for the kids to enjoy, as well as some family-friendly attractions you won’t want to pass up.  The Gilcrease Museum has the largest collection of artifacts and art from the American West, so if you’re a history buff, you’ll likely have a great time during your visit.

Tulsa ArtCar Weekend

Tulsa’ ArtCar Weekend gives you the opportunity to see some of the most creatively decorated cars that the city has to offer. There are also two workshops offered at the event for children under the age of 14. One workshop takes place at the Philbrook Museum of Art, and the other is at Guthrie Green. You can visit www.livingarts.org/artcar for more information.

Summer’s Fifth Night at Utica Square

Taking in Tulsa’s music and acting talent is easy when you visit Summer’s Fifth Night. The event starts on May 21, and lasts throughout the summer. You can see reenactments of your favorite musicals, as well as music from local talented bands. The Utica Square website (www.uticasquare.com) has all the information you need to make the most of your time at Summer’s Fifth Night.

Guthrie Green Sunday Concerts 

Music lovers around Tulsa gather for the Sunday concerts at Guthrie Green during the summer. Everything at the event is free of charge, and both touring and local bands are part of the concert line-up. The Guthrie Green website (www.guthriegreen.com) has all the details you need when you want to see your favorite bands play.

These are just some of the fun things there are to see and do as a Tulsa resident. After working with McGraw Realtors ® to find the rental property that is just right for you and your family, you’ll be excited to see all the things that make Tulsa a unique and vibrant place to live.

Shondell Varcianna

Posted by: Chris Swift on August 3, 2015
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