Oklahoma is rich in history and culture. It is renowned for its Western heritage and music, and is the birthplace of Woody Guthrie, one of the country's greatest folksingers. Tulsa, Oklahoma’s second-most populous city, is home to the Woody Guthrie Center, located in the Tulsa Arts District. The state's capital, Oklahoma City, boasts the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, and the Oklahoma Zoo & Botanical Garden. Oklahoma is also blessed with a plethora of state parks, including Natural Falls State Park, Robbers Cave State Park, and Gloss Mountain State Park.
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The Hotel Indigo Tulsa, located on the site of a former train depot on Santa Fe Square, puts guests at the crossroads of the city’s downtown cultural and dining scene.