Greenwood Cultural Center

322 N Greenwood Ave, Tulsa, OK
Capacity: 1,000 people

About Greenwood Cultural Center

The Greenwood Cultural Center is the keeper of the flame for the Black Wall Street era, the events known as the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot, and the astounding resurgence of the Greenwood District in the months and years following the tragedy. Dubbed America's "Black Wall Street" by none other than noted author and educator Booker T. Washington, the 35-block Greenwood District surrounding the corner of Greenwood Avenue and Archer Street became a prosperous center for black commerce in the early 1900s. A hotbed for jazz and blues, and the site where Count Basie first encountered big-band jazz, the Greenwood District was the richest African-American neighborhood in North America.

Package Pricing

Goodwin/Chappelle Gallery
$450 /event
Pricing for all event types
Patio
$450 /event
Pricing for weddings and parties only
Atrium
$600 /event
Pricing for all event types
Atrium
$600 /event
Pricing for all event types
Opal L. Dargan Renaissance Hall
$800 - $1,800 /event
Pricing for parties and meetings only
Opal L. Dargan Renaissance Hall
$800 - $1,800 /event
Pricing for parties and meetings only

Event Spaces

Banquet Area
Chappelle Gallery
East Hall
Entire Hall
Goodwin Gallery
Meeting Room
North Room
South Room
West Hall
Venue Types
Amenities
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • On-Site Catering Service
  • Wireless Internet/Wi-Fi
Features
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 1000
  • Total Meeting Room Space (Square Feet): 10,000