Make your winter vacation memorable in Oklahoma with festive events, seasonal treats and plenty of enchanting winter activities that capture the wonder of the season. Bundle up, grab a hot cup of cocoa and venture out to explore our list of ways to have winter fun in Oklahoma.Learn More
Nov 23, 2019 to Jan 05, 2020
Downtown Tulsa is transformed into a festive wonderland during Winterfest, an annual holiday tradition. Bring friends and family together for holiday festivities and share the joyful spirit of the season. Experience the thrill of outdoor ice skating, see Oklahoma's tallest outdoor Christmas tree, take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage, listen to live entertainment and browse beautiful holiday light displays.
Surrounded by festive nutcrackers, twinkling lights and a 44 foot tree decked out with 35,700 lights, the outdoor ice rink is located adjacent to the BOK Center in downtown Tulsa. Head to Third & Denver to enjoy carriage rides that will take you throughout the Winterfest area. Free entertainment will be provided each Friday and Saturday at the ONEOK stage. Children and adults alike will also be treated to surprise visits from Segway Santa as he wheels his way around the main plaza at the BOK Center passing out candy canes and posing for pictures. New for 2019 is the Winterfest train, which offers free rides each Saturday before Christmas Eve from 12-3pm.
Winterfest visitors will also be treated to concessions with all your holiday favorites and a holiday market with unique Made-in-Oklahoma gifts. Individual events include the Turkey Trot 5K, wiener dog races and the Jingle Bell Run & Walk. Festivities begin the Saturday before Thanksgiving and run through the New Year.
General admission: $12 (includes skates) or $8 (with your own skates)
Children 3 & under: $8
Group rates and special discount days will be available.
Carriage rides: $35 While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.