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Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza, Tulsa

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#43 of 84 in Things to do in Tulsa
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  • This is a really interesting statue in a park next to the river. It is difficult to get to or find, but worth the effort.  more »
  • On a girls weekend we flew into Tulsa and stopped by on our way to Pawhuska for some great photos and a history lesson on the famous Route 66. We had a lot of fun snapping photos and admiring the...  more »
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  • Photo opportunities abound! Very cool bronze statues: "East Meets West". Clean, modern foot bridge to parking across the street. (Up the hill.) The best part is the Memorial Bridge (which is gated/fenced off). It is a piece of Old Route 66 that you must see, especially with all the wild flowers blooming.
  • Very cool set of bronze sculptures depicting an old car meeting a horse drawn wagon. I'd guess that was symbolizing "progress". The old bridge there over the river was built as part of Route 66. Cyrus Avery is known as the "father of Route 66". Parking is across the street at the top of the hill, and you can get to the statues and bridge across a pedestrian bridge. Well worth a visit.

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