Station 13’s Renowned Architectural Past

Original blueprints of Station 13 unearthed! Station 13 was completed in 1933, by Tulsa art deco architect, Albert Joseph Love. Love is widely known throughout the Tulsa community for his zigzag style architecture. Love’s work has been lovingly restored and remains intact, providing Station 13 patrons with a unique entertainment venue.

With 2200 square feet of intricately designed indoor event space and 14,000 square feet of beautifully landscaped outdoor space, Station 13 is able to meet the needs of a sizeable wedding reception, as well as an intimate rehearsal dinner or bridal shower.

Your guests immediately feel the warmth in this stunning renovation, showcasing lofty 10-foot ceilings throughout and 14-foot ceilings in the fire truck bay. Station 13 offers a grand and nostalgic ambiance.

Every venue rental includes the use of our vintage 1936 Chevy fire truck, for event back drop and photography!

See rental options and details by clicking here. Or check out Station 13 for your next event by contacting us @ info@station13tulsa.com – or call/text at 918.810.6765

Farm tables and chairs available for event use.