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What you should know about South Tulsa

With its heritage as the former oil capital of the world and a fantastic collection of Art Deco art and architecture, Tulsa offers visitors so much to discover and enjoy. By basing yourself in the quiet, welcoming South Tulsa district (just a short journey away from busy Downtown), you’ll have the best of both worlds. You can also make the most of South Tulsa’s open, green spaces, leisure activities, museums, and a few other surprises to stumble upon away from the city center.

Hotels in South Tulsa


Travelers to the district will find a great selection of South Tulsa hotels, with options suiting all budgets and tastes. Try out 3-star offerings Aloft Tulsa, with a trendy cocktail bar and free shuttle bus into town, or Crowne Plaza Tulsa on the opposite side near the Arkansas River. The 4-star South Tulsa hotel, Renaissance Tulsa Hotel, provides luxury accommodation and a prime location next to route 64 for easy travel. And the Trade Winds Central Inn to the north of the district offers budget accommodation in South Tulsa, along with a great range of shops and restaurants nearby.

Things to see in South Tulsa


Although a quieter part of the city, South Tulsa still has a lot of amazing sites to explore. One such site is the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art. With the largest collection of Jewish art in the American Southwest, discover how the Jewish community evolved over the centuries through fascinating pieces, from ancient Bronze Age sculptures, right up to modern fine art. But if you want a more active vacation, check out La Fortune Park. There are indoor and outdoor tennis and basketball courts, a golf course, walking and running routes, and a children’s playground, ensuring fun times for all travelers. After all that activity, take a break and admire Oral Roberts University’s unique sculptures—its pair of giant praying hands and a tall-spired geometric tower are sure to leave a lasting impression. And for a spot of gambling and gaming excitement, end the day at the River Spirit Casino.

Great for families


With a wide range of things to do in the district in a more relaxed environment, a South Tulsa vacation is great for families. Discover the city’s history and culture through its museums and sites, or be sportier and explore the district’s green spaces, while making sure the kids stay active. The large variety of discount hotels in South Tulsa also means you can enjoy quality accommodation at a level to suit your budget. Solo travelers or groups of friends wanting to take in the sites will also enjoy staying in South Tulsa, with great-value rooms available and convenient transport links.

How to get to South Tulsa


It’s about a 20-minute drive from Tulsa International Airport to the district. If you’re traveling in from other cities or states, consider taking a coach with Greyhound Bus Lines, which links Kansas City, Joplin and Springfield, and Oklahoma City to Tulsa. South Tulsa is also served by route 64, and route 75 which crosses the Arkansas River—both head north directly to the city center. Local bus services run across the district, connecting Jenks, an adjacent region to the southwest of the district, to Downtown Tulsa. And for a day trip, why not visit Oklahoma City, just 1 hour 40 minutes away by car?