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Harwelden reflects the elegance of the early 1920s with its unique detail and great style. The mansion rests in elegant splendor against rolling hills that overlook the Arkansas River. It is a resplendent setting for any special event. Situated near the 21st Street Bridge and Riverside Drive, Harwelden is minutes from Tulsa’s downtown business district as well as the metropolitan region.
At Harwelden, each room is designed and furnished for comfort and function. Up to 150 guests can enjoy the home setting on the main level. The private sunroom, sun porch, library, living room, dining room, and kitchen comprise the main floor. 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 floor with stately stairs leading down to a romantic water garden.
Harwelden was first listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, and is the only example of Collegiate English Gothic Tudor in Tulsa. The home 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.
Harwelden will accommodate up to 150 guests for an event or outdoor wedding ceremony. Approximately 50 people for a sit-down meal in one common room or up to 120 in 4 rooms. The living room can seat 80 people for an event (wedding, concert, seminar, etc.). Seating may be increased to 90 by using the sunroom, sun porch, and entryway as space for overflow. Harwelden has 2 front parking lots that can hold 25 cars, and 30–35 additional spaces are available on both side streets.
All rental proceeds benefit the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa
NO ADD-ON FEES! All Rental Fees include Setup & teardown of Harwelden’s furniture, custodial cleanup, use of piano, and 1 hour of rehearsal time for wedding ceremonies. Rental furniture and outdoor setup are the responsibility of the lessee.
Rental rates also include six 60” round tables (seats 8 per table), eight 6’ rectangular tables, marble top bar, 8’ wooden buffet/ head table, 30” round glass top table, 40” square glass top table, Baldwin grand piano, approximately 75 stacking chairs, 100 folding white garden chairs and furniture throughout the house. A lectern, screen, and projector are available upon request as well. Please note that linens, glassware, decorations, and such are not supplied. Harwelden is a wheelchair friendly mansion. An entrance ramp is located on the south end of the mansion and an elevator is available to access the lower level.
-Photographs shown below are by local artist Tristan Wulfers-
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