Tulsa is big enough to offer excellent restaurants, high-end stores, an array of nightlife activities, and quaint, one-of-a kind locations, but it’s also small enough to make getting around easy and convenient. Tulsa offers an abundance of things to do, including hanging out in Brookside, a hip area lined with restaurants, bars and boutiques; checking out downtown’s surge of new venues and hangouts; attending a concert at the BOK Center; catching a Drillers game at the new downtown ballpark, ONEOK Field; riding a bike through one of Tulsa’s beautiful parks; or taking advantage of the great shopping at places like Utica Square.
All this while staying true to its historical roots. Tulsa’s early history which grew to prominence during the oil boom of the 1920s can be seen today through the lavish Art Deco style buildings to create one of the nation’s most unique and photogenic skylines. In fact, only Miami and New York boast more examples of this opulent, yet streamlined architectural style.
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1 W. Third Street, Suite 100, Tulsa, OK 74103
Type of Destination Experience:
Gaming, Historic, Urban
GSF Exhibit Space (BOK Center): 250,000
Meeting Space, Square Feet (BOK Center): 565,000
Largest Ballroom, Square Feet (Tulsa Convention Center): 30,000
Sleeping Rooms in largest hotel (Doubletree Hotel Tulsa Downtown): 417
Hotel adjacent to convention facility: Yes
Hotel rooms within one mile of convention center: 1,400
Tulsa International Airport
Miles to downtown 10
Cities with non-stop flights35
International cities with direct flights0
Geographic Areas Served:
Why Meet in Tulsa
Getting to Tulsa from any corner of the nation is easy. And once you’re here, you can get anywhere in 20 minutes. Additionally, the central location allows more travel options ensuring optimum attendance at national meetings and conventions.
Tulsa is ranked the fifth most affordable city in the country and our low cost of living also means a low cost of visiting. Tulsa is top-tier accommodations at easily affordable prices.
A visitor’s experience is only as great as the people with which they interact, and a culture is not something easily altered. Tulsans are friendly and passionate; ready to assist visitors and welcome transplants to their beloved community.