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Visit Ahha

The Tulsa Arts District

101 E Archer St, Tulsa, OK 74103

The historic Tulsa Arts District offers everything from entertainment, dining, shopping, fine art, and family-friendly public events throughout the year in a safe and beautifully-designed urban environment. Take a moment to see everything the District has to offer.

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General Admission

Pricing effective June 27, 2018. 
First Fridays: Free Admission,
members-only access to THE EXPERIENCE.

Adults
$10.95

Youth (3-17)
$6.95

2 and Under
Free

Members
Free

Hours

Monday and Tuesday  Galleries Closed
Wednesday 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Thursday 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Friday 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturday 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Frequently Asked Questions

We’re a Tulsa-based 501c3 nonprofit that owns and operates the Hardesty Center, which includes a contemporary art gallery, classrooms, studios, and hands-on maker space. We’re also glad you asked.  Check out our history, mission, and vision over at the About page.

Visit lengths vary! A typical patron will spend roughly 1 to 2 hours if they visit THE GALLERY, THE EXPERIENCE, and THE STUDIO. Some intrepid creatives of all ages will spend multiple hours in THE STUDIO perfecting their projects. We invite you to stay as long as you like during public hours.

We’re planning to keep THE EXPERIENCE open through the end of 2018. Expect more announcements about this!

There are many opportunities for creative play with young children and toddlers. Families have enjoyed playing and creating with manipulative toys in THE STUDIO and experimenting with drawing, painting, and torn paper collage.

While THE EXPERIENCE is fun for many kids including young children, a few have found the unusual lights and sounds a bit scary. Most kids love it!

Admission for kids under 3 is free.

You can learn more about facility rental as well as our photography and videography policies at our Facility Rental page. 

Looking to host a smaller party in THE STUDIO? Check out STUDIO Soirées.

At ahha, if you find yourself upset by a piece of art, we encourage you to keep an open mind about the artist’s intention.  The artist might be using images that grab your attention in order to make a larger point or start a conversation. Ahha is a safe space to have these discussions.  If you would like to discuss a particular piece of art with staff, please contact art@ahhatulsa.org.

Parking

2 Hour Metered Parking
Street and curbside parking is available. Meters take coins, cards, or the ParkMobile App and require a license plate number.

Parking meters are enforced between 8 AM and 5 PM, Monday through Friday except for official holidays. The parking session is limited to 2 hours. On evenings and weekends, street parking is free.

For more details on using the downtown meters, visit Park Tulsa.

$2 covered parking is available in the North Parking Garage just north of the BOK Tower on Main Street between First and Archer Streets. Operated by Central Parking. Available Thurs, Fri, Sat after 6pm.

The BOK West Parking Lot is located at 100 East Archer Street. This lot is usually available for patrons of the Tulsa Arts District. On some occasions, the lot is made available for free on selected times between 5 pm Friday and 4 am on Monday. When the free lot is available, a sign is posted at the entrance at the corner of Boston and Archer. At other times, there is a $5-10 fee to use this lot.

The LOOP is a favorite for visitors and residents alike. The LOOP passengers are able to travel safely to and from destinations while visiting the Downtown entertainment Districts. The LOOP operates on an established route Friday and Saturday evenings from 5 pm until 2 am. The route extends from the Tulsa Arts District to the BOK Center, to Deco District and Blue Dome District.

Read more about the LOOP here