Gilcrease Museum

Tulsa, OK

Where are we going?

Gilcrease Museum
1400 N Gilcrease Museum Rd
OK 74127

918 596 2700

What is there to do?

Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa is home to an incredibly impressive and comprehensive collection of North American art, culture and history - and it can be the destination for YOUR next family day out!

Established back in 1949, the Gilcrease Museum's collection today holds over 350,000 items, representing hundreds of Indigenous cultures from across South and North America.

Some of the items date back as early as 12,000 BCE! Within the collection there are over 350 years of American sculptures, paintings, and works on paper, AND the museum features the largest public holdings of American on the American West!

Now THAT is impressive!

In addition to the permanent collection, the Gilcrease Museum also features temporary exhibitions that compliment and expand on the stories and artifacts in the permanent collection, so you can see something new with every visit!

Don't miss exploring the beautiful gardens and grounds beyond the walls of the Gilcrease Museum, with themed gardens covering 23 of the museum's 460 acres.

Only five minutes from Downtown Tulsa, the Gilcrease Museum is an amazing way to introduce kids to Indigenous cultures and heritage, as well as the wonderful and inspiring world of art!

So kids, are you ready kids to immerse yourselves in the wonderful world of art, and discover America's treasures?

Let's go then!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $8

Children: Free

Discount: $5 for college students over 18 with ID, $6 for seniors and Military with ID

Free Under: 18 years


Need a little extra help?

The museum and formal gardens provide barrier-free access. Wheelchairs and strollers are available at no charge at the Visitor Services Desk on a first come, first served basis.


When can we go?

10am - 5pm Tuesday to Sunday

Closed Mondays & Christmas Day


Any top tips?

Free public tours of the Gilcrease Gardens are given Saturdays in spring and fall (April, May, June, September and October). The tour typically lasts 45 minutes to 1 hour and visitors are free to come and go.

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