We hope your visit to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art is enriching in more ways than one. As you peruse our community offerings, events and exhibitions, we’re here to answer any questions you may have. If your question or concern is not addressed in our FAQ pages, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (405) 236-3100.
Planning Your Visit
Are there accommodations for individuals with disabilities? Yes. If you require accommodation for limited mobility, hearing impairment, vision loss, sensory differences, or any other disability, please contact us at 405.278.8237 or email email@example.com.
Do you have large print labels? Yes, large print labels that correlate to the works of art in the exhibition are available at the front desk for those needing larger text.
Additional information can be found on our accessibility page.
Arriving at the Museum
Can I bring a backpack into the exhibition? Backpacks and large bags are not allowed in our galleries. We offer lockers for 25 cents, which are located in our coat room. Please ask one of our Visitor Services staff members for details.
Can I bring food and/or drinks into the galleries? Food and drinks are NOT allowed in our galleries in order to preserve our incredible collection for future generations.
Can I take pictures in the galleries? Yes! Photography is welcomed, but flash, tripods, and other photography equipment are NOT allowed. We encourage guests to share photos with us by using #OKCMOA or tagging us @OKCMOA.
Blue Star Museums
OKCMOA is proud to offer free admission to the nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families, including National Guard and Reserve, from Armed Forces Day in May through Labor Day.
Where can I find a list of upcoming OKCMOA events?
Visit our events page for the most up-to-date event information.
OKCMOA is dedicated to providing an activated Museum space at all times with interactive experiences and art-making activities. Plus, children 17 and under receive FREE admission to the Museum!
- Strollers are welcome in the galleries, but they must be pushed by an adult. 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 level.
- No food or drink is allowed in the galleries, but snacks and drinks are welcome on the landings on each floor.
- Please leave large bags and backpacks at home or out of view in the trunk of your car. If you need an exception for a medical reason, please see the Admissions Desk.
- Do not carry children on shoulders or in carriers on backs.
- You don’t need to be quiet in the galleries! We encourage talking, questions, and even the occasional song in our galleries.
- Pack a sketch pad and a regular pencil (no pens) if your children like to draw or write. Give them time to sketch or write their reactions to the art. Feel free to have a seat on the floors!
- Please remember Museum manners by not touching the art or the walls around it, avoiding running, and staying behind the black lines on the floor in the galleries.
- Download our Be Your Own Guide for games to play in the galleries and more!
- Prepare for your visit by downloading our Social Narrative before you come to the Museum.
Where can I find a list of upcoming film screenings?
Visit our event page.
What is the cost of film admission?
Film Society Members: $5
Seniors (62+): $8
College Students (with ID): $8
Teens (13-18): $8
Children (5 and under): $6
Military (with ID): $6
Adult Groups of 15 people or more: $6
Does the purchase of a film ticket include gallery admission?
No; your ticket applies to film screenings only.
Are your films suitable for younger audiences?
Many of the films we screen are not rated (NR) and may be inappropriate for young viewers.
Does an OKCMOA film membership include discounts anywhere else? Yes! The Noble Theater and the Circle Cinema in Tulsa, OK now have a reciprocal admission agreement. If you are a member of the OKCMOA or the Circle Cinema, you can enjoy the membership discount at both venues. For movie information at the Circle Cinema call 918-592-FILM (3456) or online www.circlecinema.com.
Health & Safety
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. A few changes you will notice next time you visit:
Timed tickets and limited capacity in the galleries. We are operating with extremely limited capacity to ensure visitors have ample space to observe social distancing.
Enhanced health and safety measures. Masks are encouraged throughout the Museum but not required for vaccinated individuals. Interior doors are propped open to limit high-touch areas.
Increased cleaning and sanitizing. All high-touch areas are being sanitized throughout the day and hand sanitizer is available for guests.
North American Reciprocal Museum
NARM privileges do not extend to members with a home institution within a 15-mile radius…
Members of Oklahoma Contemporary and the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum (the two institutions within our 15-mile radius) no longer receive NARM privileges (free/discounted admission or the Museum Store member discount) when visiting OKCMOA.
Note: This change does not affect OKCMOA members. Oklahoma Contemporary already has this restriction in place so that OKCMOA members do not receive the member discount in their gift shop. National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum has no restrictions in place currently.
OKCMOA is located across the street from the Library stop. For a route map, pricing, and streetcar information, please visit https://okcstreetcar.com/
Do I need to print my ticket? No, we can accept printed tickets OR tickets displayed on a mobile device.
Do I need to reserve a ticket in advance? No. We have plenty of room for walk-up tickets at this time. Please proceed to the admissions desk and we will be happy to assist you.
OKCMOA offers both in-person and virtual tours for free or at a discounted admission rate. Visit here for more information.
Where Do I Park?
Parking options for downtown Oklahoma City visitors can be found by visiting www.parkingokc.com
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
View our open exhibitions at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. From delicate glass pieces to painted portraits and hand-carved statues, we have everything you are interested in.
OKCMOA is pleased to invite you to Museum Store x Ganache, a partnership with Ganache Patisserie. In addition to the enhanced shopping experience in the new space, visitors can enjoy a full bar with coffee, cocktails, beer, wine, and grab-and-go options from Ganache, including sweet and savory items.