In an effort to be good community partners, THSM will be closed to the public indefinitely. The decision was made in the best interest of public health and in alignment with the most recent recommendations from the CDC and The City of Tulsa. All public programs are cancelled, including presentations at the museum and any programs off-site.
Check out our list of at home activities – Tulsa history style! We have puzzles, games, online exhibits, and other ways you can interact with Tulsa history from your couch. Stay tuned for regular updates! And be sure to keep up with our posts on Facebook for more ways to have fun with Tulsa History!
The 1921 Attack on Greenwood was one of the most significant events in Tulsa’s history. Following World War I, Tulsa was recognized nationally for its affluent African American community known as the Greenwood District. This thriving business district and surrounding residential area was referred to as “Black Wall Street.” In June 1921, a series of events nearly destroyed the entire Greenwood area.
A new documentary telling the story of Tulsa’s Jewish community, from its arrival in America, to its settling in Indian Territory, to its contemporary commitment to our city.