Philbrook Museum of Art
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.
I quite enjoyed this museum. the fact that the structure is an old, huge mansion added another element to it. each room is unique and there is an amazing garden in the backyard. my husband and I had a great time.
Second Saturday's are free and there is usually hands on art activities for the children and whole family to participate in. Wonderful docents and employees. The museum is immaculate and very user friendly. The gardens are vast and fabulous.
Had a lovely time today with friends at the Philbrook Museum. Free admission on the second Saturday of the month plus a delicious lunch in the museum dining room. Garden tour of the beautiful grounds was just an added bonus.
No matter what kind of art you are looking for the odds are at some point the Philbrook will have it. They offer a great opportunity to learn and share with your friends and family. Kid get in free which is awesome. The garden is beautiful and well kept. They also have a restaurant on site, though I have not had the opportunity to try it.
Impressive mansion. Various styles of art. Every Saturday they've got activity for children 👶, so very family friendly. Free to 17 and younger therefore I did not have to pay for admission. The garden is delightful as well.