Illuminate the past
Enrich the present
Inspire the future

The Tulsa Historical Society & Museum has eight rotating exhibit galleries featuring stories from Tulsa’s past. The museum collects, preserves, and exhibits artifacts and archives from YOUR Tulsa history. Visit often as all exhibits are temporary and change regularly.

Museum Hours:

10am – 4pm
Tuesday - Saturday

2445 South Peoria
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74114

Summer Day Camp - Exploring Tulsa's History

Join museum staff as we learn about Tulsa’s rich history by exploring the city. Daily field trip experiences will include a variety of historical locations in the Tulsa area. (June 10-14)

1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

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.

L'Dor V'Dor: Generation to Generation

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.

Downtown Walking Tours

Take a guided tour through the central business district and learn more about the history and architecture of many buildings along the way. 

Celebrate your special occasion surrounded by Tulsa's history.

Schedule a guided tour or program today.

The museum is located in the historic Travis Mansion at 2445 South Peoria Avenue.

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