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Get on a Bus Rental in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and Check out the Fourth Biggest City in the State

Discover and tour on a bus rental in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Broken Arrow is home to more than 103,000 people, making it the fourth biggest city in Oklahoma and the 278th in the entire country. It is also home to a handful of large factories and companies, such as FlightSafety International, Windstream Communications, and Blue Bell Creameries.

Get on a bus rental in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and find out what you could discover and explore in the city.

A bus rental in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma can help you explore the city in style and luxury.

No matter how big or small your group is, there is a bus rental in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma for you. We have a great fleet of buses that can accommodate groups of any sized from small groups of 24 people to big groups of up to 60 people.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

You can take the kids to Broken Arrow Roller Sports for some fun time at the arcades or while skating. Or check out Playhouse for Kidz, Main Street Motorsports, or Karters of America Racing Triad.

Arts & Culture

Check out what's happening at the Performing Arts Center downtown. You can watch anything here from Broadway shows to music concerts to dance performances, and others.

The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse, which is the Main Place's resident theatre group. You can rely on them to give you great performances at affordable prices.

Or you might want to dabble into art when you check out Pinot's Palette, where you can learn how to paint.

Then you can head out to Rose District, the city's arts and entertainment district.

Then you have Rooster Days, which give attendees rides, delicious food, music and family friendly activities. Get on the Avalanche, the Hurricane, the Power Surge and the Hang Glider, some of the best rides here.

Restaurants & Shopping

Oklahoma Joe's BBQ serves up the best barbeque dishes in town, check out their Burnt Ends and other barbecued meats. You can also go to Smokies BBQ. Or you can just go to Top That! Pizza or Hideaway Pizza for some great pizzas.

Meanwhile, Japanese and sushi lovers would love Memories of Japan, Sushi House, or perhaps Tokyo Japanese Restaurant.If you cannot decide on Japanese or Chinese, then you can have both at No 1 Kitchen. Then if you are craving for Mexican check out Compadres Mexican Grill & Cantina, Los Cabos, El Tequila, Marias Mexican Grill, Mexico Lindo, or Ted's Cae Escondido. Then you can head to Sinbad's Rotisserie Chicken for some great Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food. Or check out Trang Le, Pho 71 or Omai Restaurant where you can get Vietnamese food.

If you plan on touring the whole day, get a heavy and delicious breakfast at Egg It On Cafe. Maybe you would want to get some inventive dishes in a gastropub such as Main Street Tavern.

Then you have Bonefish Grill, which gives you the best seafood. Vegans would love Raw Intentions.

Save some room for desserts, you would surely need it when you go to Shiloh's Restaurant.

Other restaurants for you to try include:

  • Amazing Thai Cuisine Broken Arrow
  • Cafe Savannah's at Forest Ridge
  • Charleston's
  • Coney I-Lander
  • Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers
  • Happy House Chinese Restaurant
  • Louie's Grill and Bar
  • Steak 'n Shake
  • Wanda J's

Shopping. Antique lovers would just fall in love with all the treasures that they will find at Southern Hospitality. The shop has 10 rooms worth of antiques, each room features a category such as decos, kitchen items, glassware, clothing. So if you are into vintage stuff, Victorian items, and other antiques, this is the place where you can go. An added bonus for the brides out there, the shop has a wedding room where you can find antique bridal items, including dresses, accessories and veils.

More vintage finds are waiting for you at Antique Yesterday & Today Mall. Find old toys, home decors, accessories, and trinkets at this shop. Another antique store you could go to is My Papa's Barn, where you can find collectibles and antiques that you would not find elsewhere, such as vintage guns, furniture, glassware and knives.

You can also check out Persimmon Hollow Village, which looks like a Western frontier town from the 1880s. This makes it a unique shopping destination where you can shop at an assortment of shops selling collectibles, unique handmade items and antiques, among others. You can also enjoy live musical performances and crafts demos. Or you can go to the Gift Garden where you could buy unique gifts for family and friends, as well as items that are made in Oklahoma.

Further, you should check out the Rose District. This is the city's arts and entertainment area where you can mix shopping, dining and exploring.

Other shops that you should not miss include:

  • Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World
  • Highland Plaza Shopping Center
  • Hot Rod Alley Gifts & Nostalgia
  • Montag Fine Candle Co.
  • Nouveau - Atelier de Chocolat
  • Washington Square Shopping Center

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Avid golfers will love Broken Arrow for its variety of golf course. You can play at:

  • Battle Creek Golf Course
  • Broken Arrow Golf & Athletic Club
  • Cedar Ridge Country Club
  • Emerald Falls Golf Club
  • Forest Ridge Golf Club
  • Golf Club of Oklahoma
  • Indian Springs Country Club
  • Lit'l Links Golf Club

Aside from these golf courses, you can watch sports events at Tiger Field at Broken Arrow Memorial Stadium seats around 10,500 people and hosts the games of Broken Arrow High School.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

You can check out the former site of the Haskell State School of Agriculture, which was opened in 1910 but closed seven years later because of lack of funds. The building is now a national historic site. You can also check out the Broken Arrow Elementary-Junior High School, which is the only other site listed on the register.

Nevertheless, you can visit the Broken Arrow Historical Society Museum, which is located downtown. The museum has several interactive exhibits such as the Muscogee-Creek Town of "Thlikachka" where you can find artifacts going as far back as the 1820s and learn more about the Muscogee and their stories. You can also find the Childers Family Log Cabin, which was home to the Childers family from the 1860s through the 1940s. The full sized cabin is fully furnished and could tell you more about life before electricity. The Katy Railroad Depot where you can find a working scale railroad, as well as pullman blankets, carts, old wooden depot pieces, china and other MKT original artifacts. Other exhibits in the museum include 'Broken Aro' Coal Tipple, Cottin Gins & Cotton Jubilee, A Tribute to Veterans. Main Street, Rooster Day, Oklahoma's, and the 1930s Jail Cell from Old City Hall.

The Military History Museum helps you learn more about the lives of veterans, and gives you a chance to see military related memorabilia and uniforms.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The city has more than 800 acres of public lands, and that includes more than three dozen parks. You certainly have a lot of chances to do some outdoor recreation here.

Some of the parks you should go to include:

  • Arrowhead Park has forty acres of space and features 12 lighted baseball and softball fields, a playground, picnic tables, and park benches for you to relax in.
  • Camino Villa Park has 3.5 acres of space and has a splash pad, a playground and picnic facilities, making it the best place to take your kids on a hot summer day. There is also an outdoor basketball court here.
  • Centennial Park has a landscaped section that features a bronze sculpture that is known as the Pioneer Family.  It also has an Oklahoma Centennial Bench, which together with the walkways and benches you find here pays tribute to the city's 100th year anniversary in 2002. The park also has the time capsule that is set to be opened in 2052.
  • Country Aire Park has eight acres of land that features the Country Aire Pool, restrooms, picnic tables and shelters, playgrounds, lighted tennis and basketball courts, sand volleyball court, benches, grills and a walking trail.
  • Haskell Park has a picnic shelter, splash pad, basketball goal, playground, picnic facilities and a tire swing in its 3.2 acre space.
  • You can also go to Indian Springs Sports Complex, which has more than 230 acres of space that features a variety of sports fields. This includes more than a dozen soccer fields, a handful of which are lit. You also have picnic shelters with tables, a playground, 16 lighted baseball fields and park benches.
  • Morrow Park has three acres of space and features a playground, picnic shelter and tables, tennis courts, a basketball court and a walking trail.
  • Nienhuis Park occupies 109 acres of land and features a rose garden, a community center, fishing spots, an aquatic facility, a skate park, a playground, picnic facilities, eight football fields, a youth football complex, walking trails, frisbee golf, and a grill. It also has the Fire Station No. 6 on its grounds.
  • Rockwood West Park has a splash pad, picnic facilities, park benches, grill, basketball courts, and a walking trail in its 2.5 acres of space.
  • Vandever Park has four acres of space that offers visitors a playground, picnic facilities, benches, and two lit tennis courts.

Other parks in the city that are equally worth the visit:

  • Aspen Creek Park
  • Battle Creek Mini Park
  • Buford Park
  • Central Park
  • Chisholm Trail South Park
  • Copper Creek Park
  • Country Aire Tot Lot
  • Indian Springs Mini Park
  • Indian Springs Sports Complex
  • Jackson Park
  • Leisure Park
  • Liberty Park
  • Lions Park
  • Oak Creek Park
  • Rockwood East Park
  • Sieling Park
  • Timberbrook Park
  • Urbana Park
  • Veteran's Park
  • Wedgewood Park
  • Wolf Creek Park

Zoos & Aquariums

Broken Arrow has the Safari Zoo, but it is currently not open to the public due to the lack of volunteers. They do offer to bring the animals to you if you have a party. You can, however, check out the Ray Harral Nature Center, where you can find animal displays, live displays, rocks and honey bee displays. You can find different kinds of animals here including a rabbit, turtles, tarantula, frogs, quails and an aquarium with several fish species. You can also find the Ray Harral Nature Park here, where you have 40 acres of fishing, picnic facilities, walking trail, a suspension bridge, a jogging trail, flowering gardens and an arboretum.

Other Points of Interest

You can take a facility tour of Blue Bell Creameries. For only $3, you get to see the

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