Live and Work in Tulsa

Head to Tulsa, Oklahoma for one of the most exciting remote working scenes in the US.

As part of our Live and Work Anywhere program, Airbnb has partnered with Tulsa Remote to highlight why this vibrant city is an ideal destination for remote workers looking for a different pace of life. With the cultural offering of a global city and the tight-knit community feel of a smaller town, Tulsa is the perfect place for formerly office-bound workers to try out something new.

Over the last two years, many people have discovered the life-changing possibilities of traveling while working and Tulsa Remote has been on the forefront of this trend, working to build a thriving community of remote workers in Tulsa offering networking, civic engagement and more.


Tulsa: Need to Know

A thriving cultural scene

In a recent article, Architectural Digest said that “Tulsa is in the midst of a massive cultural renaissance” and that “the city has cemented itself as a must-see destination for lovers of art and culture.” Tulsa’s vibrant arts district is filled with captivating local art galleries and the archives of major musical legends Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan. In fact, the opening of the Bob Dylan Center, which houses over 100,000 items , landed Tulsa on CNN Travel’s list of the best destinations for 2022. Tulsa is home to historic music venues like Cain’s Ballroom and the Tulsa Theater, as well as Leon Russell’s Church Studio. The city is also home to world-class dining, spanning delicious seafood to farm-to-table gourmet offerings; two Tulsa restaurants and five Tulsa chefs were nominated for the James Beard Award this year.

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A thriving cultural scene

In a recent article, Architectural Digest said that “Tulsa is in the midst of a massive cultural renaissance” and that “the city has cemented itself as a must-see destination for lovers of art and culture.” Tulsa’s vibrant arts district is filled with captivating local art galleries and the archives of major musical legends Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan. In fact, the opening of the Bob Dylan Center, which houses over 100,000 items , landed Tulsa on CNN Travel’s list of the best destinations for 2022. Tulsa is home to historic music venues like Cain’s Ballroom and the Tulsa Theater, as well as Leon Russell’s Church Studio. The city is also home to world-class dining, spanning delicious seafood to farm-to-table gourmet offerings; two Tulsa restaurants and five Tulsa chefs were nominated for the James Beard Award this year.

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A remote-work-friendly culture

The city of Tulsa has a variety of choices when it comes to coworking spaces (36 Degrees North, The Root Coworking, Brookside Collective, Studio 75, and The Bridge) that offer a range of membership packages to meet the needs of traveling remote workers. There are also a number of coffee shops and restaurants that are all set up for remote work, with plug sockets, free Wi-Fi and a meeting-friendly environment. Local favorites include Hodges Bend, DoubleShot Coffee Company, Notion Espresso and Foolish Things.

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A remote-work-friendly culture

The city of Tulsa has a variety of choices when it comes to coworking spaces (36 Degrees North, The Root Coworking, Brookside Collective, Studio 75, and The Bridge) that offer a range of membership packages to meet the needs of traveling remote workers. There are also a number of coffee shops and restaurants that are all set up for remote work, with plug sockets, free Wi-Fi and a meeting-friendly environment. Local favorites include Hodges Bend, DoubleShot Coffee Company, Notion Espresso and Foolish Things.

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An active network of remote workers

Through the Tulsa Remote program, the city of Tulsa is now home to a network of more than 1,800 remote workers from across the United States, making it a great meeting place of diverse skills, backgrounds and ideas. Tulsa Remote actively fosters the life of this community, offering practical resources, networking and group activities, as well as opportunities to participate in the local community through volunteering and other civic engagement programs.

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An active network of remote workers

Through the Tulsa Remote program, the city of Tulsa is now home to a network of more than 1,800 remote workers from across the United States, making it a great meeting place of diverse skills, backgrounds and ideas. Tulsa Remote actively fosters the life of this community, offering practical resources, networking and group activities, as well as opportunities to participate in the local community through volunteering and other civic engagement programs.

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A fantastic range of outdoor activities

Outside Magazine named Tulsa as one of the “20 Most Livable Towns and Cities in America”, which cited the many outdoor activity offerings, including over 27 bike and running trails covering 107 miles and 8,650 acres of park spaces.

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A fantastic range of outdoor activities

Outside Magazine named Tulsa as one of the “20 Most Livable Towns and Cities in America”, which cited the many outdoor activity offerings, including over 27 bike and running trails covering 107 miles and 8,650 acres of park spaces.

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Stay longer in Tulsa

These stays are available to book for longer periods and have dedicated working spaces.
Harvard House! Centrally located in MidTown Tulsa!
Precio:$ 360.632 ARS por mes
Charming 3 bedroom house near Cherry St & Downtown
Precio:$ 550.662 ARS por mes
Alojamiento en Brookside completamente actualizado por Gathering Place
Precio:$ 531.332 ARS por mes

“Through the Tulsa Remote program, we’ve built a dynamic community of more than 1,800 remote workers. We’re proud that the world’s growing population of remote workers - including Airbnb’s guests - can choose to experience what it is like to live, work and play in Tulsa.”

Justin Harlan, Managing Director of Tulsa Remote

“Through the Tulsa Remote program, we’ve built a dynamic community of more than 1,800 remote workers. We’re proud that the world’s growing population of remote workers - including Airbnb’s guests - can choose to experience what it is like to live, work and play in Tulsa.”

Justin Harlan, Managing Director of Tulsa Remote

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