Black History Month in Tulsa

Home to one of TripAdvisor’s “8 Must-Visit Black Culture and History Museums” and the first monument on National Geographic’s list of “Monuments Travelers Should Visit,” Tulsa is a city rich in Black history and culture. 

When celebrating Black History Month in Tulsa, visiting Greenwood is a great start–but there are plenty of other places to celebrate Black History Month in Tulsa.

Tulsa's Black History and Culture

Immerse yourself in Tulsa’s Black history by visiting Greenwood Rising, a museum that transports you back to Black Wall Street before, during and after the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.

Explore and learn more about Black Wall Street in an official Black Wall Street walking tour. For an unforgettable and life-changing experience that isn’t like your typical historical tour, check out the Real Black Wall Street Tour, where you can choose from a 1-hour or 2-hour tour.

Ways to Celebrate Black Culture & Joy in Tulsa

Black-Owned Businesses & Restaurants in Tulsa

Tulsa is brimming with delicious Black-owned restaurants and businesses. Peruse shops and restaurants below as you plan how you will spend Black History Month in Tulsa.