It’s nice to change up our view and get a different perspective of things from time to time. Ready to go high above? Take a look at these 10 mesmerizing satellite views that will show you the state in a whole new way.
1. Praying Hands at Oral Roberts University - Tulsa
The Praying Hands are located at the entrance to Oral Roberts University in Tulsa. They are the largest praying hands in the world and stand at 60 feet tall. They are also one of the most photographed landmarks in the state.
Address: 7777 South Lewis Avenue, Tulsa.
2. Admiral Twin Drive-In Theater - Tulsa
This classic drive-in theater has dual 9-story screens for movie viewing. The theater is a Tulsa landmark located just off Route 66. From the air it looks completely different from when you are viewing it from the street view.
Address: 7355 East Easton Street, Tulsa.
3. The U.S.S. Batfish - Muskogee
The U.S.S. Batfish is a World War II legend located at the Muskogee War Memorial. This landlocked ship can now be toured, but don't expect it to look like this...it looks completely different when you are standing next to it.
Address: 3500 Batfish Road, Muskogee.
4. Devon Energy Tower - Oklahoma City
As the largest building in the state, The Devon Energy Tower, stands at 844 feet high and can be seen easily on satellite view (and from anywhere around OKC). This 50-story corporate tower is not only extremely tall, but it's also a beautiful building to tour.
Address: 333 West Sheridan Avenue, Oklahoma City.
5. Little Sahara State Park - Waynoke
One of the most unique topographies lies within Little Sahara State Park in Waynoke, Oklahoma. It is not only a favorite spot for ATV riders, but it is a spectacular place to visit to enjoy a desert-like scenery full of sand dunes.
Address: 101 Main Street, Waynoka.
6. Chisholm Trail Park
You can make out several different images when viewing this park from satellite. Anyone see the boot or the large longhorn? You can only see them from above. This view is one of the most unique satellite views in the state due to its formations from above.
Address: 500 West Vandament Avenue, Yukon.
7. The Blue Whale - Catoosa
As one of the most recognizable attractions on old Route 66, The Blue Whale looks a bit peculiar from above. Everyone loves to check-in on The Blue Whale from time to time, and now you can say you've seen it from above.
Address: 2600 OK-66, Catoosa.
8. Bank Of Oklahoma Center - Tulsa
This multi-purpose arena in Tulsa is an incredible piece of architecture. Most sports and music fans would recognize this place from the ground or from satellite, as many sporting events and concerts are held in this building.
Address: 200 South Denver Avenue West, Tulsa.
9. Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City
Myriad Botanical Gardens is an urban garden in downtown Oklahoma City consisting of 17-acres of unique plants and flowers. Walk through the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory and enjoy over 1,000 species of plants from everywhere in the world, except Antarctica. You can see just how massive this place is from above.
Address: 301 West Reno Avenue, Oklahoma City.
10. Center of the Universe and The Artificial Cloud - Tulsa
The Center Of The Universe is located in downtown Tulsa near the pedestrian overpass between Archer and 1st Street. The spot is an acoustic anomaly – when standing in the center of the circle and making noises, only you can hear it echo…loudly!
Address: 1 South Boston Avenue, Tulsa.
For more information on the Center of the Universe, check out our previous article about it
OnlyInYourState may earn compensation through affiliate links in this article.