Once an oil boomtown, this vibrant city is now a cultural hub.

Tulsa, Oklahoma, was a turn-of-the-century oil boomtown that has evolved into a cultural hub. And much of the current creativity revolves around music, thanks to the thriving recording scene that draws top musicians — who stay to play at its clubs and bars. A visit to this Sooner State city should also include a tour of not one but two arts districts and a crawl devoted to the city’s burgeoning craft-beer scene.

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Explore Tulsa

  • Deco District
  • Greenwood District
  • Pearl District
  • Tulsa Arts District

Deco District


Stroll this district for its circa-1920s design aesthetic — found at the art deco museum and the classic buildings around it.

Known For

Museums, Architecture , Cafés

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Greenwood District


Visit the historic Greenwood District, formerly known as Black Wall Street, which was once home to America’s most successful Black-owned businesses. Learn how the area thrives again as a cultural and artistic hub.

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History , Museums

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Pearl District


In this verdant neighborhood, arts and entertainment venues abound. There’s an around-the-clock food scene, too, from cafés to after-hours bars and breweries.

Known For

Parks, Art, Breweries

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Tulsa Arts District


This onetime warehouse district is now one of the most lively cultural neighborhoods in the city. Take in the area’s museums and art galleries, then come back at night for the live music venues.

Known For

Museums, Theaters , Art

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Plan a Culture-Packed Weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Tour the Tulsa Arts District

Start your exploration of Tulsa with a stroll through the Tulsa Arts District, stopping into the area’s many cultural centers, art galleries and music venues. At night, savor an Israeli-inspired meal followed by chocolate truffles for dessert.

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Explore the Pearl

Stroll through Veterans Park, home to picturesque water fountains, on your way to the Pearl, a district perfect for an afternoon of brewery-hopping. Dine in style at the Chalkboard, located inside the elegant, circa-1929 Ambassador Hotel. 

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Discover Art Deco — and Black History

Tour the many 1920s buildings of the city’s Deco District before exploring the historic Greenwood District. Formerly known as Black Wall Street, learn how the area changed forever during the devastating 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.

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