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Broken Arrow Convention & Visitors Bureau
220 South First Street, 74012
(866) 503-7081
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Associated Galleries

  • Broken Arrow Photo GalleryBroken Arrow Photo Gallery


Broken Arrow Convention & Visitors BureauThe Museum Broken Arrow
Military History Center

Located in the heart of Green Country and convenient to attractions in Oklahoma, Broken Arrow is the perfect place for visitors to stay. A suburb south and east of Tulsa, Broken Arrow is easily accessible from the Tulsa International Airport or from major highways coming from all directions.

Broken Arrow has a unique history, culture, and attractiveness for everyone to enjoy. If you're wondering what there is to do or looking for things to see in Broken Arrow, visit the historical downtown.  It is filled with delightful antique shops, variety of specialty shops and unique eating establishments in the beautiful Rose District, which USA Today named the “Most Charming” main street in Oklahoma in 2018. There is also a variety of kids’ stuff to do in Broken Arrow, especially for the sports minded folks.  Broken Arrow hosts some of Oklahoma’s largest and prestigious sports tournaments in baseball, softball, and soccer.  A visit to the Bass Pro Shops, Auburn Cord Duesenberg Factory, and Ray Harral Nature Park is just a sampling of what we have to offer during your visit.

Multiple large scale community events occur throughout the year, beginning in early May each year when more than 100,000 visitors gather downtown to celebrate Oklahoma's oldest festival, 'Rooster Days'.   Patriots in the Park, one of the largest Fourth of July celebrations in Oklahoma, followed by Tokyo in Tulsa, brings Japanese Anime enthusiasts from around the World, and to cap off a great festival season is ScotFest, one of the largest Scottish festivals in the U.S., which brings in nearly 50,000 attendees for the three-day festival at our sprawling Events Park.  Our festivals offer:

  • Family entertainment
  • Parades, rodeos, marathons
  • International arts and crafts
  • Carnivals
  • Food booths
  • Miss Chick contest
  • International musical entertainment

For the golf enthusiasts, Broken Arrow has 10 public and private golf courses, including Battle Creek Golf Club and Forest Ridge, which is ranked one of the top five courses in the state.  

If you might be wondering where to stay, Broken Arrow is also home to many popular hotel chains like: Holiday Inn Express, Best Western, Clarion, Marriot, and Hampton Inn and the Stoney Creek Hotel & Convention Center is perfect for all sizes of events like conferences, proms, trainings & parties.

Next door to a big city with all its amenities and only a short drive to some of Oklahoma's most beautiful lakes and streams, Broken Arrow is a perfect choice for Green Country Oklahoma travelers.

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