This is your portal to the various shopping, retail, art, dining, and entertainment districts within the IDL. For more information on the various districts, click their links (if available). Or better yet, stop on by and ask around!
The Arena District comprises of the BOK Center, an entertainment venue home to world class concerts, performances, and sporting events. The district houses numerous other event centers, hotels, restaurants, and retail.
Brady Arts District
The Brady Arts District is a diverse, culturally robust district in Downtown Tulsa. Grown from an historic oil-rich past with icons including the Brady Theater and Cain’s Ballroom, the District has evolved over time to become a creative, community-driven engine of the Tulsa economy. With a variety of retail and service shops, restaurants, bars, clubs, galleries, museums, parks, private businesses, and historic music venues we welcome you to arrive early and stay late in the Brady Arts District!
Blue Dome District
The Blue Dome District is one of Tulsa’s most popular entertainment districts, anchored by the 1924 Blue Dome building, it offers a great nightlife scene and nice selection of restaurants, often considered the place to go before and after a big show or just to relax with friends. The district has a down-to-earth vibe that is very welcoming to both local and visiting guests. As the Blue Dome District has grown, bars and restaurants have been joined by retail shops, commercial properties, fine dining, an art studio, salon, comedy club, bowling alley, and residential developments are now in the works as well.
This up and coming southern end of the IDL has formed an emerging district dedicated to stimulating and supporting growth and walkability for employees and visitors to the area by emphasizing the natural amenities offered from Denver to Detroit and 7th to the IDL. More than just a handful of churches, the Cathedral District has vibrant and historic, nationally recognized churches offering the visual excellence that make parts of downtown Tulsa so special. Centering the District is a Tulsa Community College campus with more than 6,000 students and the Foolish Things Coffee Co. right next door to add to the bustling student vibe. There’s a lot more to come in this part of the IDL!
Deco District District
Tulsa’s Deco District is located at the center of downtown Tulsa, and a collection of local businesses, restaurants, shops, entertainment venues and events that celebrate Tulsa’s art deco history and everything modern downtown Tulsa has to offer.
The businesses in the Deco District range from restaurants to entertainment and shopping to staying in the district’s historic hotels. Tulsa’s Deco District is a unique place full of history, charm, local arts and delicious dining.
East Village District
Downtown Tulsa’s East Village District is affectionately referred to as “the sunny side of downtown” for its geographical location and sunny disposition. Dining, nightlife, performing arts, and business and retail services, the East Village is your one-stop visit for all your downtown needs.
The Greenwood District was popularly known as America’s “Black Wall Street” until the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921, one of the most devastating massacres in the history of U.S. race relations, destroying the once thriving Greenwood community. Revitalization and preservation efforts in the 1990s and 2000s resulted in tourism initiatives and memorials. John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park and the Greenwood Cultural Center honor the victims of the Tulsa Race Riot.
The Tulsa Drillers and Tulsa Roughnecks FC call Greenwood their home at ONEOK Field. The streets of Greenwood include restaurants, residential and hotel accommodations, the sports complex, and an expanded mixed-use district.