Enjoy the journey
Three ways to get around downtown
Old Urban Trolley
Ding, ding! The Old Urban Trolley marries the practical with the whimsical. The trolley provides seating for up to 28 people and offers a nostalgic experience for a special event.
Saturday trolley tours cruise through the downtown districts while an expert guide gives the lowdown on the city’s history. Tickets, which are $25 per person, must be purchased in advance. Owner Shannon Terry-Dotson says the tour, from 10 a.m.-noon, picks up at the downtown Home Depot.
Visit website for tour schedule and special bookings.
oldurbantrolley.com | 918-744-1100
It’s a bicycle and a taxi, powered by human energy. Offering rides for up to four people, RADcab has been doing business in Tulsa since 2015. Pedicabs ride lower than a car and are not fully enclosed to offer patrons a unique vantage point with close access to the breeze and sound of the streets. “It redefines space as you’re being transported,” says RADcab driver Sherman Effinger. “The experience can be romantic, fun or logistical,” says owner Aaron McKey.
RADcab offers downtown architectural tours, transportation to the BOK Center, Cain’s Ballroom, Brady Theater, RiverParks events and destinations throughout the downtown districts. And, it can be rented for private functions.
Rides start at $10.
radcabtulsa.com | 405-255-7191
Tulsa Bike Bar
Picture an open-air trolley with bicycle seats and six people (on each side) facing each other at a bar top. That’s the Tulsa Bike Bar, according to General Manager Nick Oxford.
TBB offers a participation-required party bus experience for up to 16 people. It is known for its two-hour tours that hop through the Blue Dome and Brady Districts. TBB has hosted guests of all ages — from retirees to bachelorette parties — so get pedaling.
TBB will add a more intimate experience with a septicycle (a bicycle built for six) this spring. The bike is being built in Germany.
$295, Sunday-Thursday; $320, Friday and Saturday