2210 S Main St
Tulsa, OK 74114
Located on over 3 acres just off Riverside Drive, nestled between Downtown, River West Park and the future home of A Gathering Place for Tulsa, Harwelden reflects the elegance of the early 1920s with its unique detail and timeless style. It was first listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, and is the only example of Collegiate English Gothic Tudor in Tulsa. Originally a private home, the house was built for oilman Earl Palmer Harwell and his wife Mary. It has been the home of the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa since 1967, used for weddings, seminars, parties, concerts and many other events.
Each room is designed and furnished for comfort and function. Up to 150 guests can enjoy the homes indoor and outdoor spaces. The sun room, sun porch, library, living room, dining room, and kitchen comprise the main floor. The bridal suite and spacious restrooms are located on the lower level. From the entrance hall, a grand staircase sets off to a 2nd floor landing with beautiful stained-glass windows. The outside grounds include a slated terrace almost reaching the full length of the main level with stately stairs leading down to a romantic water garden. Let your imagination run wild!