The cave house in Tulsa, Oklahoma is a cool and quirky place to stop over, the Cave house has a unique design and it is located at the entrance of a cave, though the cave has been closed off. The cave house was built by Joseph R. Koberling in the 1920's, the cave house was used as a speakeasy during prohibition. The house is currently owned by Linda Collier, she has been preserving and restoring the house for 18 years. The cave house is famous for many notorious haunt stories, there is a lot of history associated with the house, the tour of the house is interesting in itself. Visitors can tour the house any time of the year, tours are available only by appointment.
Things to Do
- Bring your children to this historic and odd looking house that was built into the hill, part of the house inside the hill is no longer accessible.
- You can tour the house with the house owner (guide) Linda, hear interesting stories of the "Rag lady" and the "Key lady".
- The interior of the house is just as fascinating as the exterior, beautifully decorated and with photographs depicting the history of the cave house.
- Enhance your knowledge on Tulsa history linked to the cave house, the cave house is a fun place to visit for people of all ages.
The Cave House Insider Tips
- There are no public restrooms in the house.