Tulsa Club Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton

The Tulsa Club Hotel is one of several culturally significant buildings recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation to occupy the historic Oil Capital Historic District in downtown Tulsa. This vibrant neighborhood is replete with countless exhilarating destinations that provide for hours of endless excitement, like the BOK Center, Cain’s Ballroom, and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. A lush, majestic 100-acre outdoor park called The Gathering Place is situated incredibly close nearby, as well. Dozens of stunning shopping and entertainment centers are located further into town, too, such as the thrilling Blue Dome Entertainment District and the prestigious Utica Square. Numerous nationally-renowned museums and art galleries also call Tulsa home, including the Gilcrease Museum, the Philbrook Museum of Art, and the Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium. Come experience the vacation of a lifetime in Tulsa by staying at the Tulsa Club Hotel.

BOK Center
Known more formally as the Bank of Oklahoma Center, this multi-purpose arena hosts a variety of events each year that range from pre-season professional basketball games to thrilling concerts. Many illustrious musicians have performed at the BOK Center, including Paul McCartney, Sir Elton John, and Tulsa-native Garth Brooks.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center
Located directly behind the hotel, the Tulsa Performing Arts Center is one of the city’s most well-known icons. It constitutes four massive theaters, within which dozens of talented local theater groups perform regularly. The Tulsa Performing Arts Center has even hosted many high-profile acts, as several well-known celebrities—including Michael Bublé, Kelly Clarkson, and Steven Martin—have entertained here in the past.

The Gathering Place
The Gathering Place is a beautifully verdant public park in Tulsa that spans some 100 acres. Awarded the title of “Best New Attraction” by USA Today in 2018, this spectacular destination has provided the denizens of Tulsa with a much-needed place to relax. Many enjoyable attractions are located inside the park, including hiking trails, game courts, and stunning waterfront views.

Blue Dome Entertainment District
The Blue Dome Entertainment District is rapidly becoming the center for all night life in Tulsa. It derives its name from the iconic Blue Dome Building, which has stood as a local landmark in the area since the 1920s. Today, this fantastic neighborhood is filled with an extensive variety of lively restaurants, bars, and clubs to enjoy.

Utica Square
With an impressive collection of boutique storefronts, Utica Square has been the best place to shop throughout the whole city for decades. Many of the world’s leading brands operate shops within the venue, including Coach, L’Occitane en Provence, and Williams-Sonoma. Several spectacular restaurants also reside at Utica Square, such as The Wild Fork and the Stonehorse Café.

Gilcrease Museum
Established in 1943, the Gilcrease Museum possesses the largest gathering of artwork commemorating the American West in the entire world. Among its priceless holdings are 18 of the 22 bronze sculptures created by the famous Victorian-era artist, Frederic Remington. Yet, the museum also features an extensive variety of Western artifacts, as well as an impressive anthropological collection obtained from Central and South America.

Philbrook Museum of Art
The Philbrook Museum of Art inhabits a dazzling Italianate-style mansion constructed by one of Tulsa’s most famous oil tycoons, Waite Phillips. Phillips and his wife, Genevieve, lived in the location for many years until he donated the estate to the city during the late 1930s. Today, the Philbrook Museum of Art contains a tremendous collection of artwork and artifacts from across the globe, as well as a spectacular garden inspired by the famous Villa Lante in Italy.

Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium
While Tulsa is historically known for its once robust petroleum industry, it also harbored a lucrative aerospace manufacturing sector that is still active today. The Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium explores this part of the city’s economic past. Many of its exhibits are interactive, allowing for guests engage in a variety of exciting activities that include navigating a wind tunnel and operating a flight simulator. There is even an astonishing 50-foot planetarium onsite that can show visitors galaxies located some 70 million light years away!