Things to see and do in Oklahoma’s most cosmopolitan city.Less
First opened in downtown Tulsa in 1925, then abandoned in 1980, the Mayo reopened its doors after a $42 million dollar renovation in 2009 and is now a chic hotel, private residence, and event space.
On a hill overlooking the Arkansas River, just south of downtown Tulsa, this national landmark now serves as a bed & breakfast and historical site, featuring afternoon tea and mansion tours.
Built in 1927, The Campbell was once a modest hotel serving weary train travelers, but now offers a boutique hotel experience with a lounge, spa, and event center.
This queer-owned brunch spot in Utica Square shopping center serves up tasty, Southern-inspired brunch classics.
Featuring classic American food and an impressive selection of specialty cocktails, The Vault also offers a monthly cocktail class where you can learn the secrets of high-end mixology.
Located in East End Village south of downtown Tulsa, Lowood serves Italian-inspired cuisine and food pairings using ingredients locally sourced by Oklahoma farmers.
This stylish beer hall serves an impressive collection of local, small craft beers with monthly food and game nights.
An Arts District favorite, Valkyrie offers a moody, hip atmosphere; an extensive, thoughtful cocktail menu; and local craft beers.
A good, old-fashioned small-town dive bar, The Starlite is popular with the locals and features weekly dance parties and trivia nights.
The newly opened Greenwood Rising project center honors the icons and victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, serving to educate visitors on continuing racial trauma and inspire meaningful change and action.