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What you should know about Downtown Tulsa

Once a flourishing center for the oil boom in the early 20th century, Downtown Tulsa is now a cultural haven for arts, music, and entertainment, though it still has strong hints of its industrial past. There’s always life to be found during a trip to Downtown Tulsa, with streets brimming with bars and clubs, as well as galleries, theaters, and restaurants. But the district’s quieter side also has a lot to offer, with inspiring Art Deco structures and sporting relics.

Hotels in Downtown Tulsa

After a night of living it up, you’ll need a place to rest your head—luckily, a hotel in Downtown Tulsa is never hard to come by. There’s a range of 3-star hotels dotted around the district, such as the DoubleTree by Hilton, offering great-quality accommodation and fantastic extras such as an indoor pool. The Ambassador Hotel Tulsa is another excellent choice, housed in a historic 20th-century building with its own fitness center. And for something even more luxurious, try the Art Deco-styled Mayo Hotel—this Downtown Tulsa 4-star hotel has a fascinating past and boldly styled, spacious rooms to make your vacation truly unique.

Things to see in Downtown Tulsa

For your first stop, catch a top-performing act or thrilling sports game at the BOK Center. It has a 20,000-seat capacity, meaning plenty of room to accommodate superstars such as Madonna or Iron Maiden. Next, dive right into the Brady Arts District for even more entertainment. Home to the iconic Brady Theater and Cain’s Ballroom, alongside a range of shops, restaurants, galleries, and venues, it’s a hive of cultural activity and an experience not to be missed on your vacation in Downtown Tulsa. Be dazzled by a hit Broadway musical at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, and don’t forget to visit the Woody Guthrie Center to discover the work of the renowned singer-songwriter who inspired artists such as Bob Dylan. Finally, sit down, relax, and enjoy a baseball game at the ONEOK Field. Take in the bold, bright colors of this stand-out stadium, as well as the incredible view of the Tulsan skyline.

Good for culture-seekers

With a wealth of music, art, and theater on offer at various venues across the district, a Downtown Tulsa trip is perfect if you’re looking for life and culture. Party the night away at the many clubs and bars in the northern part of the area, although you can also discover Downtown Tulsa a quieter way—through its history, museums, and 1920s architecture, which can even be seen in the district’s hotels. Couples will also love this location, as there are plenty of high-class restaurants and wonderful 3-star Downtown Tulsa hotels to enjoy together after the show.

How to get to Downtown Tulsa

If flying in, Downtown Tulsa is within easy reach of Tulsa International Airport—it’s just a 15-minute drive away. Otherwise, drive in via the US-75 highway from the north or south, or via the US-412 in the other direction. Once in the district, get around easily by bus—the central station is at 319 S. Denver in Downtown Tulsa, with 21 regular routes going across the city. Or you can always travel around by car. The district’s grid system is easy to navigate, and the I-244 and US-75 freeways circle the district to help you get around.