Tulsa,OK74103United States 9185842306 https://www.guthriegreen.com/
Guthrie Green is located in The Tulsa Arts District in Tulsa, Oklahoma at 111 East M.B. Brady Street. The park occupies a full square block between Brady and Cameron Street and Boston and MLK. Guthrie Green is open daily from 6 am to 11 pm.
The Guthrie Green mission is to make sure you have fun. Each event is crafted with care and their staff is excited to help any way we can. The Guthrie Green is run by a mix of Tulsa natives and Tulsa transplants with a mission to make this the best city it can be. The park has an attractive dancing water fountain, large stage for concerts and beautiful garden. The venue usually has a wonderful selection of food and drinks, and it’s clearly one of the best places to spend an evening in Tulsa. It’s also a fine place to catch some great music and bring along the kids.
Guthrie Green is a beautiful park and performance space in the middle of the Brady Arts District. It takes up a square block, bordered by Brady to the south, Cincinnati to the east, Cameron to the north, and Boston to the west. The former industrial/commercial site was purchased by the George Kaiser Family Foundation in 2007, and opened on September 7th, 2012. The park stands over a geothermal heating system for the Matthews Warehouse complex.
During events, food trucks and other vendors sell food and drinks. Lucky’s on the Green (associated with Lucky’s Restaurant on Cherry Street) is a permanent fixture, open for lunch, dinner, and confections during regular hours and events. Alcohol is available at Lucky’s (beer, wine, and cocktails) and from vendors during some events.
The Trolley Route
Every Friday and Saturday evening from 5 pm – 2 am, The Trolley will link popular downtown districts with other points of interest such as the Tulsa Performing Arts Center and the BOK Arena. The Trolley allows visitors to “park and ride” to various restaurants, clubs, shops and performance venues. The complimentary service will loop approximately every 20-30 minutes, stopping at Guthrie Green on the hour and half hour. The Urban Trolley is handicap accessible.
Bike To The Green
We encourage everyone to leave the car at home and get moving to the Green on your bike! Check out INCOG’s bike route map here
While the park itself boasts parking on all sides and street parking is available, larger festivals may call for the more ample parking choice just southwest of the district at the BOK North garage. Enter at 1st and Main.
The North Garage is currently open 24/7. Daytime rates for the garage from 6am to 6pm are $2/half hour. The night and weekend rate is a flat $2.00.
Pay at the automated payment machine at the exit. This machines accepts both cash and credit cards (Visa, MC, Amex, and Discovery). It will accept bills up to $20, and issues $1 coins for change. There is a security officer that patrols the facility as well as the City of Tulsa patrol.