What to have fun in October?
Tulsa, OK -- Looking for entertainment options this October? Well, autumn is here and the new season brings along festivals, attractions, and fun for all the family. This week La Semana offers you the entertainment guide of the month, so that you don't miss a thing.
The first option is the annual Tulsa State Fair, located between 21st and 15th Streets and between Harvard and Yale. You will find different activities for all the family, the best food, games, and carnival rides, while being able to buy hundreds of products from local and national vendors at Expo Square.
Now, if you are looking for something to dazzle your senses, then Nightmare is the right choice. Is a free event held during the month of October for the Halloween season, and basically offers a chilling experience of 45 minutes in the house of terror. Want to try? Visit the Guts Church, 9120 East Broken Arrow Expressway.
The Muskogee Castle is also open for Halloween, every Friday and Saturday during the month of October.
But if you want a more relaxing experience and love art, Philbrook museum is the best choice. This Friday the museum opens at 9 am, and has free admissions after 6 pm to present a new exhibition. You can also visit downtown Tulsa and its art galleries on the weekend and finish your day at the Guthrie Green urban park. (La Semana)