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Admission

Adults: $12

Adults Dual Tickets*: $22

Seniors (55+), Veterans and Students (18+ with ID): $10

Youth (17 and under) & K-12 Teachers: FREE

For group discounts, please email info@woodyguthriecenter.org.

All guests, including Woody Guthrie Center members, may reserve tickets online in advance. Members receive free admission by logging into their account when prompted during the purchase process.

*Dual Tickets are admission to both the Bob Dylan Center® and the Woody Guthrie Center at a discounted price, under the partnership of American Song Archives.

If you are having difficulties reserving your visit online, please call 918-574-2710 during business hours or email info@woodyguthriecenter.org. If you need to reschedule or cancel, please email info@woodyguthriecenter.org.

Hours

10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Wednesday – Sunday

The center will be closed on the following dates in 2023:

  • Easter – Sunday, April 9, 2023
  • Tulsa Tough – Saturday, June 10, 2023
  • Route 66 Marathon – Sunday, November 19, 2023
  • Thanksgiving – Thursday, November 23, 2023
  • Christmas Eve – Sunday, December 24, 2023

The center will close early at 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 24.
 

Location

The Woody Guthrie Center is located at the southeast corner of Reconciliation Way and Boston Avenue in the Tulsa Arts District.

Free parking is generously offered by Bank of Oklahoma in the parking lot at the corner of N Boston Avenue and E Archer Street Fridays from 5 p.m. until 11 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m. until 11 p.m. and Sundays noon until 9 p.m. Metered parking in the district is enforced Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Land Acknowledgement

The Woody Guthrie Center honors and acknowledges that it resides in the traditional and unceded territories of the Creek (Mvskoke), Osage (Wahzhazhe), Quapaw (Ogaxpa), Wichita (Kitikiti’sh), Caddo (Kadohadacho) and Kickapoo (Kiikaapoi) tribal nations. We recognize these tribes and the many Indigenous tribal nations who have historically called Oklahoma home. By acknowledging the colonial history and its continuing impacts and correcting miseducation, we will no longer overlook how this land was occupied.

We further recognize that more than a century ago, this very neighborhood was destroyed by the violence of bigotry and racial hatred in the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. As we acknowledge the atrocities of the past, we cannot forget that the fight for equality continues and is far from over.

We ask that you take a moment to consider the many legacies of violence, displacement, migration and settlement that bring us here today. May this acknowledgment express the Woody Guthrie Center’s commitment to growing and deepening its relationships with the vibrant cultural communities that precede us and still remain.

102 E. Reconciliation Way
Tulsa, OK 74103
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918-574-2710
info@woodyguthriecenter.org

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CODE OF CONDUCT

Woody Guthrie Center guests must respect others. No disrespectful or inappropriate behavior. No loud or offensive language, profanity, indecency, nudity, inappropriate clothing, destruction of property, intoxication or illegal drugs, or inappropriate displays of affection. No images, symbols, or signage generally considered offensive or threatening. No soliciting, proselytizing, surveying, or distributing of handbills or flyers. Management may remove and revoke usage privileges of guests who violate this Code of Conduct.