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Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 South Rockford Road

Serving an average of 150,000 visitors annually, Philbrook has become a poignant testimony to Tulsa's past while building a shining example of this city's bright future. Through the generosity of Trustees, Donors, and the George Kaiser Family Foundation, Philbrook opened a new satellite facility in Tulsa's Brady Arts District on June 14, 2013. Philbrook Downtown features the Museum's growing collection of Modern and contemporary art as well as highlights from the Native American collection, and includes the Eugene B. Adkins Collection and Study Center.


shawn Collins

Sunday, July 15, 2018
I loved the art, world class. The grounds, Wow!. Kitchen 27 breakfast was Awesome. My only complaint was our wait staff at Kitchen 27 was horrible. We did not even get one refill of coffee or water, Plus part of our order was never brought out. Our server only came to our table to order, delivery and check. Then she acted put out because I didn't want to pay for the items we ordered that we never received. She thought it would all be better because she gave us a member discount, But she never even asked if we where already members or not. Which we had just joined as of that morning, So we should have received the discount anyway. Art Museum servers in Tee shirts just cheapens the effect. Heck I have received better service at McDonald's, plus they have uniforms. The Kitchen 27 setting is almost like it's a upscale food court setting with Awesome food and bad service. It doesn't matter how great the food is, if the serving staff leaves a bad taste in your mouth.

Amanda Davis

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
I've been numerous times and I still enjoy going back. The place in itself is gorgeous, always well maintained. There are lots of different events that seem to make it a different place every time. It is very family friendly. The gardens are just as lovely as the building. First time in Tulsa? This is a must.

Louis Dill

Saturday, July 28, 2018
The Philbrook museums are well worth the time and cost of admission if nothing else just to see the Phillips mansion and the new edition with the surrounding Gardens. I was impressed to learn of the Museum's Outreach particularly 2 Youth during the summer. I would love to go back just to have a meal in the restaurant and enjoy the view of the formal Gardens. It does seem that much of the Museum's collection of art is based upon donation of specific pieces or collections by private donors versus being curated according to a determined vision for the museum. If I lived in Tulsa, I believe I would want to support the museum through membership.

juan see

Friday, July 6, 2018
This is a snazzy museum with impressive collection of art and the fun of examining how the other half live. Check out the pictures of the house when it was built and wander the mansion seeing where they lived and how different each room was decorated. The coffee is great, the shrimp are terrible if you wander into the restaurant. Another added bonus is the neighborhood sounding the museum with so many fancy houses. The museum is top notch and you should go support a great place!

Glen Johnson

Sunday, June 10, 2018
Free admission on second Saturdays makes a good reason to stop by. Exhibits from around the world and from different time periods was cool. The walk around the building was a cultural explosion of the senses. Will make a few more trips to make sure to be able to take it all in. My favorite piece was one I saw before online sometime ago. The colors were brilliant and the size of the piece was stunning. Maybe it was seeing some on that looked like me in a place I did not expect.

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