Located in downtown Oklahoma City’s Arts District, the Museum presents a range of exhibitions and is home to a spectacular collection of Chihuly glass. The Museum offers a broad spectrum of programs and events for people of all ages, including lectures, family events, Museum School classes and camps, film screenings, and more.
The Museum offers visitors three floors dedicated to exhibiting fine works of art. The Special Exhibition Gallery, located on the ground floor, presents national and international traveling exhibitions, as well as exhibitions organized by the Museum. The second and third floor galleries display works from the permanent collection and smaller, rotating exhibitions. Also exhibited on the third floor, the NEW FRONTIERS Series for Contemporary Art spotlights the work of individual artists and current perspectives in the field.
Exhibited throughout the second and third floors, the collection covers a period of five centuries. Highlights include European and American art of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with a growing collection of contemporary art. The third floor galleries also feature Illuminations: Rediscovering the Art of Dale Chihuly.
Museum School offers multiple-week classes and one-time workshops year-round for children and adults. Sessions offer a creative outlet in the areas of painting, drawing, photography, glassblowing, and more. Unique offerings include parent/child workshops for ages 15 months through 5 years. Additionally, the program includes seasonal camps for children, ages 5-16. See our class listings and register for a class.
The film program features international, independent, and classic films in the Samuel R. Noble Theater, with weekly show times, every Thursday through Sunday. For the hearing impaired, infrared headsets are available. View our film schedule.
Where else can you find handcrafted puzzles, jewelry, and decorative objects that are truly works of art? Visit the Museum Store to find your own unique treasure as well as to explore one of the best selections of art books in Oklahoma City. Shop Online.
The Museum Cafe is a full-service restaurant, offering lunch, dinner, Sunday brunch, afternoon tea, a full bar, and catering services. Patio tables are also available for seasonal dining al fresco. Explore our menus today and make a reservation!
Art After 5PM & Cocktails on the Skyline
From May through October, the Museum offers special $5 admission after 5 p.m. on Thursdays. Galleries are open until 9 p.m., and the roof terrace is open for Cocktails on the Skyline until 10:30 p.m. Offerings include great art in the galleries as well as a full bar, live music, and a panoramic view of the downtown skyline on the roof. Visit Cocktails on the Skyline for more information or call (405) 236-3100, ext. 228, for weather-related closings or late openings.
With nine beautiful and functional spaces, as well as gourmet catering, the Museum is the ideal place to host business meetings, educational programs, receptions, and seated dinners. Catering services are provided by the Museum Cafe. Visit Facility Rentals
Join Our Members & Enjoy the Benefits!
Become a member today! Visit the Museum free, preview exhibitions, get invitations to special lectures and events, and receive discounts on classes, film tickets, and store merchandise. Memberships are valid one full year from the month of purchase.
Enjoy free audio tours via cell phone (when available). Provided by OnCell Audio, tours are accessible by dialing (405) 236-TOUR (8687). Costs for minute use may apply.
Free Visitor Accommodations
Wheelchairs, baby strollers, Discovery Packs for children, sketch pads, and coat check are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional services are available for visitors with special needs. Please inquire at the admissions desk.
Please remember not to touch the art. Food, drinks, large bags, backpacks, videotaping, and flash photography (unless otherwise noted) are not allowed in the galleries. Large items may be left at the admissions desk or at coat check.
Lost and Found
Items may be turned in or picked up at the admissions desk. For more information, call (405) 236-3100, ext. 230.