While Tulsa isn't a jazz city in the same vein as New Orleans or Kansas City, there were many notable Oklahomans who made their mark on the genre, and this niche museum honors some familiar and not-so-familiar names. It can feel a little specialized, since it does focus on Oklahoma musicians, rather than jazz as a whole, but admission is free, so it's worth checking out—especially since it's located in Tulsa’s former Union Depot Building, a downtown art deco gem built in 1931 that's earned the place the nickname of "Jazz Depot." On Sunday nights, you can catch live jazz performances, which aren't free, but it's hands-down the most swinging time to visit.
- Open Hours: Monday to Friday from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Attractions & Landmarks, Other
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