Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Visit one of the leading arts institutions in the region at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Experience a dynamic range of exhibitions organized from prestigious museums and collections throughout the world. The museum holds a diverse, permanent collection featuring highlights from North America, Europe and Asia, with particular strengths in American art and postwar abstraction. The permanent collection also boasts one of the world’s largest public collections of Dale Chihuly glass, a major collection of photography by Brett Weston and definitive works by the Washington Color painter Paul Reed.
The museum is also home to the region’s premier repertory cinema, which screens international, independent and classic films. The 250-seat Samuel Roberts Noble Theater is a visual masterpiece, featuring a visual masterpiece featuring a state-of-the art projection system. Enjoy selections from the museum's film program, hosting screenings every Thursday through Sunday.
Take note of the Waterford crystal chandelier in the theater lobby, which is one of two Chihuly Waterford crystal chandeliers in the world. This stunning piece is comprised of 203 individual blown lead crystal parts, each etched by Waterford artisans. The chandelier is 9 feet, 7 inches in height, 5 feet, 5 inches in diameter and weighs 2,000 pounds. View it from the ground floor or mezzanine, which overlooks the theater lobby.
In addition to the Museum Store, OKCMOA is also home to the Museum Cafe. The Museum Cafe offers French-inflected Modern American Cuisine that is quality focused, artfully inspired, and approachable. The Cafe offers a full menu for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch that changes seasonally; as well as a carefully curated wine list, an offering of artisan beers, and classic seasonal cocktails. This downtown jewel is a place where people come together to celebrate art, food, culture and community.
For a unique nightlife experience, head to the museum's Roof Terrace each Third Thursday of the month. The Roof Terrace is a gathering place for downtown workers, pre-concert and filmgoers, and the art crowd. Located atop the three-story Donald W. Reynolds Visual Arts Center, this venue offers a spectacular view of downtown OKC.
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is accredited by the American Association of Museums and is a member of the Association of Art Museum Directors. The Museum serves over 125,000 visitors annually from all fifty states and thirty foreign countries.
Seniors (62+), college students (with ID) and children (6-17): $10
Military (with ID): $5
Children (5 and under) & Members: Free
Third Thursday (5-9 pm): $12
Van Gogh, Monet, Degas Admission: $15 (no other discounts apply)
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.