Tulsa Museums & History 

Every town can say they have a rich history, but Tulsa’s story is one that gets more interesting the more you look into it. Discover the secrets behind downtown Tulsa’s hidden underground tunnels via an immersive walking tour of the deco district with Tours of Tulsa, Tulsa Tours or Tulsa Foundation for Architecture.

And don’t miss an eye-opening exploration of Greenwood Rising and the Historic Greenwood District, a revitalized and growing hub for Black business 100 years after the horrific 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. A true testament to human spirit and fortitude. 

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Dive into Tulsa’s roots at landmarks like Council Oak Park, which represents our city’s founding by the Lochapoka Tribal Town of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation or pay homage to Leon Russell and the greats who recorded with him at his recently restored Church Studio on Studio Row.

Unwind and recharge at an art museum like 108 Contemporary or Philbrook Museum of Art.

Find more museums and history institutions below. 

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