Downtown Tulsa

The heart of Tulsa is our historic downtown. Established between 1828 and 1836 by the Lochapoka Band of Creek Native American tribe at the Council Oak Tree at the intersection of Cheyenne Avenue and 18th Street, downtown Tulsa has the most interesting history of any downtown on the planet.

Encompassing eight unique, walkable districts and surrounded by even more, there are plenty of things to do in downtown Tulsa.

So Many Districts, So Little Time

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Just south of the Cathedral District, the 18th and Boston area has…

From lavish Art Deco architecture to the legacy of Black Wall Street, there is something for everyone to explore. Enjoy a hearty breakfast surrounded by ornate architecture at Cherry Street Kitchen in the Deco District. Then, head on a walking tour with Tours of Tulsa or Tulsa Foundation of Architecture to learn about the history and mysteries of our fascinating city.

After that, grab a quick bite for lunch at Chimera or Andolini's Sliced before heading out to shop, gallery hop or catch a game at ONEOK Field. Downtown Tulsa plenty of dining, museums, breweries, bars and more for you to enjoy. Check out what's in store for your visit below.

 

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