Oklahoma City Museum Of ArtCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
Though most often visited for its travelling exhibitions from art centers around the world, The Oklahoma City Museum of Art Also has a permanent exhibition of some of the most important Oklahoma State art. Artists represented your include Alexander Calder, Gustave Courbet, Francis Hayman, Ellsworth Kelly, Henry Moore, Georgia O’Keeffe, Charles Willson Peale, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Richard Tuttle, and Anne Truitt. Some of the most important exhibits are:
- Dale Chihuly Glass
- Drawings and prints from the sixteenth Century to today, However most of these are 20th century works.
- Post war sculptures and paintings
- Baroque era to contemporary era painting.
- A large photographic exhibit of predominantly American artists.
- Paid parking is available.
Kids 6-18 and students, Seniors 62+: USD 10
Military: USD 5
- After 5pm, Thursdays, 5-9 pm: $5 admission
- free for children under 5
- USD 5 for members
- USD 9 for adults
- Teenagers, students, seniors USD 7
- Kids under 12 USD 5
- Dinner and movie packages are extra.
- Buses 009, 012, 013, 13N, 014, 016, 024, 040 stop N Walker Ave @ Couch Dr.
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44.23% of people who visit Oklahoma City include Oklahoma City Museum Of Art in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
69.7% of people start their Oklahoma City Museum Of Art visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Oklahoma City Museum Of Art
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We had a couple of hours to kill while we were downtown. My granddaughter loves to paint so we decided to pop in for a little bit. Radical Victorians had some great displays by wonderful artist's during the exhibit and the permanent collections are consistently changing ,while also affordable, as a destination for art lovers. While they were still remodeling the lower level we still had a wonderful time. You can definitely finish this place in less than an hour, which is what we did. The Chihuly glass was my favorite. Would definitely visit again next time I’m in town. Travel Tip Make sure to show your Bank of America card - Free Admission.
Excellent, as always. Enjoyed the Victorian Radicals exhibition a great deal. The textiles in the exhibit were grand.
One of the best things about the museum since they opened in 2002 is how often they rotate the art. They have one of the world’s largest public collections of glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly.
We only visited the gift shop today. It's great but no books for 1-3 year-olds.
A great exhibit - Radical Victorians had some of my favorite artist's works, plus my doppelganger. A great afternoon altogether.