Visiting FAQs

PLANNING YOUR VISIT Where should I park? Please click here for a map, directions and parking information. Are wheelchairs and walkers available? We have several wheelchairs and walkers available that are first come, first served. Can I bring a backpack into the galleries? Backpacks and large bags are not allowed in our galleries. We offer lockers for… Learn More

Sacred Words: Tours, Classes, and Events

OKCMOA is excited to feature multiple learning activities and gallery experiences during  Sacred Words: The Saint John’s Bible and the Art of Illumination. Click on the titles below to register and discover the techniques and insights into this unique exhibition. Click here to purchase general admission tickets to Sacred Words. *The previously scheduled Conversation with a… Learn More

Visiting FAQs for “Matisse in His Time”

OKCMOA wants you to enjoy your visit. To ensure you make the most of your Matisse in His Time experience, please read our FAQs before planning your trip! EXTENDED HOURS IN SEPTEMBER Due to unprecedented demand for tickets, OKCMOA will extend hours for the final weeks of Matisse in His Time: Masterworks of Modernism from… Learn More

Office Toys

Not all of the Museum’s treasures are locked safely in the art storage vaults. There are other “wonderful things,” to use the famous words of Egyptologist Howard Carter, that our team curates for their offices. Bryon Chambers, Manager of Tours and Adult Learning, keeps his toys hidden, but will gladly bring them out upon request…. Learn More

Our Window to the World

To experience the growing international flavor of Oklahoma City, one doesn’t need to look further than the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Collectively, our staff hails from ten countries scattered over three continents. We’ve made our way to Oklahoma City for the usual reasons: education, career, and—my favorite—love. Since my immigration from California almost four… Learn More

The Art of Planning

Art museums operate much like ducks on a pond—effortlessly gliding along on the surface while paddling furiously underneath. Most visitors to art museums see only tranquil galleries that are the end result of behind-the-scenes, unglamorous work. But to reach that Zen-like external state requires years of thoughtful planning and careful allocation of resources. The OKCMOA… Learn More