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I have lived in Tulsa many years and have fond memories of attending baseball, basketball games with my dad. Also, calling the prayer tower over the years to request spiritual support from a prayer partner. The university is a Tulsa treasure and lovely!
We went here just to visit the World's Largest Praying Hands. It is worth the stop if in the Tulsa area. The Oral Roberts University campus that it's located on is nice and picturesque. One of the buildings looked like a space ship. There was...More
Magnificent bronze sculpture of praying hands 60 feet tall. It is the largest sculpture in the USA. Originally called Healing Hands made in Juarez, Mexico for the Faith healing Medical Center called City of Faith. It eas moved to Oral Roberts University in 1989
This campus looks like its straight out of a 60's Sci Fi movie. The buildings are shinny gold and look like you went back in time. Across the street is where the medical center was that is no longer owned by ORU if I am...More
It was summer when we came here so no one was around, but the praying hands were interestng. It's too bad we couldn't get into the visitor's center. I think it would have given a lovely overview of the park. Beneath the visitors center is...More
Had to visit and see for myself.
Wow, that is a great piece to stand and admire.
Great work that went in and a pat on the back for the artist.
Gardens looking great looking gardens.
Missing NZ flag..
Must visit. Free parking.
The Jetsons-esque architecture is cool on this campus - it looks like a retro Vegas casino or something. But you must stop at the praying hands and take a selfie or two. They're ginormous! So grab your pic, giggle at the goody buildings, and move...More