GETTING TO THE GREEN
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.
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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.
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Please be respectful of the people around you and the artists performing. Be conscientious of all park visitors and make sure your good time isn’t infringing on someone else’s good time. Please don’t move or throw stones or other landscape elements. Please respect all the plants, structures and everything else at Guthrie Green. We want to keep it beautiful for a long, long time.
No soliciting. No verbal solicitations for money or donations or distribution of printed materials without prior approval.
No smoking or vaping allowed at Guthrie Green. No spitting. No outside alcohol.
Pets must be kept on a leash at all times. Visitors must pick up after your pet. There are “doggy bags” located throughout the park. Barkers and fighters (canine or human) will be asked to leave.
No littering. Please use the trash containers. All trash containers are sorted for recyclables.
No open fires, fireworks, or explosives allowed. No firearms/weapons allowed. No fighting.
Bike racks are on the perimeter of Guthrie Green – please use them! Do not lock your bike to trees, trellises, or any other structure that is not a bike rack.
No bicycles, skates, or skateboards off of sidewalks. Please push or carry bikes and skateboards when passing through Guthrie Green.
Do not abuse furniture or climb or play on rails.
No food, drinks, or glass containers on or near the splash pad. Adult supervision is required for all children on the splash pad.
No amplified music, except as permitted by the facility. Guthrie Green is closed from 11:00pm to 6:00am.
Anyone damaging Guthrie Green property will be prosecuted.
You may be asked to leave if you violate any of these rules.
In case of emergency, notify on-site security or dial 911.
HAVE FUN AND COME BACK FREQUENTLY!!
When is the Park open?
Guthrie Green is open from 6:00 am to 11:00 pm
Where is the Park located?
Guthrie Green is located at 111 East MB Brady Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103.
Are there restrooms?
Yes! Guthrie Green bathrooms are located on the west side of the north dock.
Is my company/organization allowed to set up a table at events to promote?
At this time, we have a strict no soliciting policy.
How do I become a vendor or reserve the Green for a special event?
Please see our pages for vending and booking events on this website for all forms and rules.
Do you have recycle bins?
No worries! The trash cans at the park are sorted for recyclables.
Where do I park?
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.
I’m coming in from out of town for a Guthrie Green event. Where should I stay?
The Fairfield Inn & Suites-Tulsa Downtown is located in the heart of the Tulsa Arts District! 104 brand new suites with a modern twist! Enjoy a great breakfast, compliments of the hotel, as well as free High Speed Internet. Don’t forget to take time for our indoor salt water pool! Call 918-879-1800 for reservations.
Is there a lost and found?
Please call our office at 918.574.2421 and we will do our best to help you!
Are dogs allowed at the park?
Yes, as long as they are kept on a leash and can handle larger crowds during special events.
Can I get something to eat at Guthrie Green?
Yes! Our on-site café Mr. Nice Guys is open weekly with a great selection of food and beverage options. We also feature many food trucks on Wednesdays and during special events.
How much does a concert cost to attend?
All events at Guthrie Green are FREE, unless otherwise noted.
It’s raining. Where do I check for weather cancellations?
In the event of rain, in most cases, all events will continue as scheduled. In the event of severe weather, lightning and/or damaging winds, scheduled events will be moved to an alternate venue (if possible) or canceled. Guthrie Green and its associated series will make every attempt to reschedule canceled activities on an alternate date or at the end of the season. It should be noted that weekly events would continue as scheduled regardless of any cancellation.
What’s the best bike route?
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: http://www.incog.org/Transportation/trailsmap.pdf.
I want to use public transportation to get around the Tulsa Arts District and all of downtown. Is there a route I can use?
Yes! The Loop is a downtown circulator service that runs on Friday and Saturday evenings from 5PM to 2AM. It connects many of downtown’s important points of interest including:
Blue Dome District
Tulsa Arts District
The Loop bus is not like most other transit buses. It looks like a space ship on the outside and a disco on the inside. Just keep track of it with your Tulsa Transit Bus Tracker App. The fare is $.25, or you may show the driver a downtown merchant receipt for a free ride. Transit doesn’t get cooler than this.
Is Wifi Available?
Yes! Guthrie Green has free wifi available to park goers.
Who owns and runs Guthrie Green Park?
Guthrie Green was built by the George Kaiser Family Foundation and is a private park open to the community. GKFF owns the Park’s land and all perpetual fixtures and manages all programming, operations, and conservation.
What can I do within walking distance of Guthrie Green?
Located in the heart of the Tulsa Arts District, Guthrie Green is within short walking distance to many museums, bars, galleries, and restaurants. To find out what’s in the neighborhood, visit www.thetulsaartsdistrict.org or download the urban field guide app “ROOT Tulsa” for your smart phone or tablet.