TULSA, Okla. — Some of Tulsa’s largest attractions have agreed to continue enforcing their current mask requirements and social distancing through May.
The 14 area attractions will require the safety protocols to be followed in all indoor spaces.
According to a post on the Tulsa Zoo’s Facebook page, the decision was made in the best interest of public health as a continued measure of safety as we follow the CDC guidelines. This extension allows additional time for guests and staff to fully complete vaccinations and safely transition to increased capacities and activities.
Here’s a full list of participating places:
Philbrook Museum of Art
Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art
Tulsa Garden Center at Woodward Park
Tulsa Historical Society and Museum
Tulsa Performing Arts Center
The Woody Guthrie Center
We are told the Tulsa attractions have been having discussions since the pandemic began in March 2020 and continue to communicate and closely monitor the situation.
The group says they will issue an update for the month of June after looking into guidance from the CDC and City of Tulsa.
To get the latest updates on specific attractions, events, or specific guidelines for a particular organization, visit their website.