Hours & Admissions
Hours of Operation
|Wednesday & Thursday:||11 am-5 pm|
|Friday:||11 am-8 pm|
|Saturday:||10 am-5 pm|
Children (17 & Under)
Directions & Parking
The Progressive Parking Lot is located directly north of the Museum on the northwest corner of Hudson and Robert S. Kerr.
$3 for ½ hour
$6 for 1 hour
$8 for 2 hours
$10 for all day
The Arts District parking garage is located on the corner of N Walker and W Main, one block south of OKCMOA (431 W Main) unknown-5
$2 first hour
$1 each additional hour
$10 for all day
Hours for Use By the Public:
Monday–Thursday from 6 pm–midnight
Friday at 6 pm through Sunday at midnight
OKC Trolley Service
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art welcomes all visitors. We recognize the diverse backgrounds and needs of our community and are committed to creating a “culture of welcome” in which all visitors feel safe, supported, and valued. We strive to make Museum programs and public spaces accessible and inclusive by removing barriers that impede participation.
Visiting with Kids
Did you know children 17 and under receive FREE admission to the Museum? In addition, enjoy these family-friendly amenities next time you visit!
- Strollers are welcome in the galleries. Strollers can be checked out free of charge from the Admissions Desk.
- Nursing is welcome in all public spaces in the Museum. Private nursing space is available. Please ask a Visitor Services associate for assistance.
- Changing tables are available in all public restrooms, except the Mezzanine.
- No food or drink is allowed in the galleries, but snacks and drinks are welcome on the landings on each floor.
For the safety of visitors and staff, our regular, in-person programming is unavailable at this time. Please continue checking our website for updates and email email@example.com with questions or for more information.
We are ready to welcome you back safely! The Museum is OPEN with limited capacity and timed ticketing in place. The Samuel Roberts Noble Theater is also open with strict capacity limits and additional social distancing protocols in place. The Museum Cafe remains closed until further notice.
Some changes you might notice the next time you visit:
Timed tickets and limited capacity in the galleries
Enhanced health and safety measures. Masks are required throughout the Museum.
Increased cleaning and santitizing
For the safety and well-being of all of our staff and visitors, we ask that anyone experiencing any of the following symptoms refrain from visiting the Museum and contact their healthcare provider:
– Shortness of breath
– Difficulty breathing
– Muscle pain
– Sore throat
– Loss of taste or smell