The Oklahoma City Museum of Art
415 Couch Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Downtown Oklahoma City offers many affordable parking options for visitors. An interactive parking map highlights parking locations throughout downtown as well as upcoming events in Oklahoma City! For more information about parking in downtown Oklahoma City, visit www.parkingokc.com.
The Central Oklahoma Transportation & Parking Authority (COTPA) operates, maintains and manages approximately 1,500 meters in Downtown Oklahoma City. The meters are a combination of electronic and mechanical meters and there are both one and two hour meter zones. Rates vary by meter and are enforced from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday, with the exception of some holidays. Visit www.parkingokc.com for more information.
A parking lot (Progressive Parking) is located directly north of the Museum on the northwest corner of Hudson and Robert S. Kerr. Parking rates for this lot are as follows:
- $3 for ½ hour
- $6 for 1 hour
- $8 for 2 hours
- $10 for ALL DAY
The multi-story City Center East parking garage is located on the corner of Park Avenue and Harvey, one block south of OKCMOA. This garage is available nights and weekends for use by the public. Hours for evening parking are Monday–Thursday, 6 p.m.–midnight. Weekend parking begins at 6 p.m. on Friday through Sunday at midnight. Parking is $7, and only credit cards are accepted.
Another multi-story parking garage (Metro Parking Garage I) is located across the street from OKCMOA on the northeast corner of Hudson and Robert S. Kerr (321 Robert S. Kerr). This garage is only available for parking during the week, prior to 5 p.m., and is closed nights and weekends.
OKC TROLLEY SERVICE
The Oklahoma City Metro Transit offers a Downtown Discovery Trolley that travels very close to the Museum. Find out more about the trolley service, its route and schedule by click here.
Downtown streets are changing weekly due to the construction of the new Devon Tower and Project180, a three year, $140 million redesign of downtown streets, sidewalks, parks, and plazas to improve appearance and make the central core more pedestrian friendly. Here’s the latest Project180 Map PDF that changes weekly.