Bob Dylan Center Tulsa, OK


Entryway to Bob Dylan Center. Photo of hallway entering main gallery. Bob Dylan and Sure Rotolo on wall.


All guests, including Bob Dylan Center members, may reserve tickets online in advance. Members receive free admission by logging into their account at the top left corner when prompted during the purchase process.

Adults: $15

Adults Dual Tickets*: $22

Seniors (55+), veterans and students (18+ with ID): $12

Youth (17 and under) and K-12 teachers: Free

*Dual Tickets are admission to both the Woody Guthrie Center and Bob Dylan Center at a discounted price, under the partnership of American Song Archives.

For more guidance, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. If you have any issues not addressed on our Frequently Asked Questions page, please send an email to


10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Wednesday – Sunday

The center will be closed on the following dates in 2024:

  • Easter – Sunday, Mar. 31, 2024
  • Juneteenth – Wednesday, June 19, 2024
  • Independence Day – Thursday, July 4, 2024
  • Thanksgiving Day – Thursday, Nov. 28, 2024
  • Christmas Day – Wednesday, Dec. 25, 2024
  • New Years Day – Jan. 1, 2025

Become a Bob Dylan Center member and enjoy a variety of exclusive perks and privileges.


The Bob Dylan Center is located in the heart of the Tulsa Arts District — a diverse, culturally robust area in the northern section of downtown Tulsa. The district is bordered by Denver Avenue on the west, Elgin Avenue on the east, the IDL (I-244) on the north and the railroad tracks on the south.

Grown from a historic oil-rich past with icons including the Tulsa Theater and Cain’s Ballroom, the district has evolved over time to become a creative, community-driven engine of the Tulsa economy. It boasts a variety of retail and service shops, restaurants, bars, clubs, galleries, museums, parks, private businesses and historic music venues.

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The Bob Dylan Center honors and acknowledges that it resides in the traditional and unceded territories of the Creek (Mvskoke), Osage (Wahzhazhe), Quapaw (Ogaxpa), Wichita (Kitikiti’sh), Caddo (Kadohadacho) and Kickapoo (Kiikaapoi) tribal nations. We recognize these tribes and the many Indigenous tribal nations who have historically called Oklahoma home. By acknowledging the colonial history and its continuing impacts and correcting miseducation, we will no longer overlook how this land was occupied.

We further recognize that more than a century ago, this very neighborhood was destroyed by the violence of bigotry and racial hatred in the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. As we acknowledge the atrocities of the past, we cannot forget that the fight for equality continues and is far from over.

We ask that you take a moment to consider the many legacies of violence, displacement, migration and settlement that bring us here today. May this acknowledgment express the Bob Dylan Center’s commitment to growing and deepening its relationships with the vibrant cultural communities that precede us and still remain.


The 29,000-square-foot, state-of-the art center features rotating exhibits, 5,000+-square-foot archive, a 55-seat screening room and more.

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Bob Dylan Center guests must respect others. No disrespectful or inappropriate behavior. No loud or offensive language, profanity, indecency, nudity, inappropriate clothing, destruction of property, intoxication or illegal drugs, or inappropriate displays of affection. No images, symbols, or signage generally considered offensive or threatening. No soliciting, proselytizing, surveying, or distributing of handbills or flyers. Management may remove and revoke usage privileges of guests who violate this Code of Conduct. 

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