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Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa

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See work ranging from the Italian Renaissance to contemporary genres at Philbrook Museum of Art. Partially housed inside the 1920s villa of the influential Phillips' family, the museum features European, Asian, African, and Native American artwork housed in galleries that were once the family's rooms. Join a Westby sculpture walk through all the three-dimensional work on the grounds. Be sure to leave time to stroll the gardens. Plan your Philbrook Museum of Art visit and explore what else you can see and do in Tulsa using our Tulsa itinerary planner.
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  • Incredible collection of artwork and amazing gardens to walk around. No matter what time of year, you will not be sorry you visited the Philbrook.  more »
  • Anyone who visits Tulsa needs to go to Philbrook! The architecture is gorgeous. The gardens are unique and provide plenty of room for roaming and the art is world class. If you're passing through, don...  more »
  • Lights at Christmas in the garden are lovely. They had some kind of activity for kids out there we didn't need that but look fun for them! Gift shop is fun to visit. Have to remember to make the Philb...  more »
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  • Beautiful historic home containing Priceless works of art great place to visit while you're in Tulsa kids are always free Collection spans 4000 years of paintings and artifacts from every continent in the world except Australia. One of the best collections of Western and Native American art in this part of the country. Also, some of the most beautiful gardens you will ever see. Great walkways throughout totally handicap accessible.
  • This place is a gem among American museums. The space itself is part of the draw (as you can see from the pictures). Walk around the gardens, they're beautiful. On par with Villa Vizcaya in Miami. A lot of the Phillip's art was donated to the National Gallery of Art upon his death, so you'll see a collection that is a bite-size version of that gallery (Gilbert Stuart, Thomas Moran, Robert Henri all make appearances).
  • I'm probably spoiled by great museums so I wasn't particularly impressed with the collection here. However, the gardens are stunning and well worth a visit! Spent about an hour walking around and everything was beautiful even in the summer heat.
  • Beautiful museum and friendly staff. Worked out well for my kids with all the outdoor paths.
  • This place is absolutely stunning! And the staff is wonderful. We had to make a last minute reservation for my brother to be able to propose in the gardens and have lunch on the patio afterward. Only dilemma was that it was mothers day and graduation weekend so the restaurant was already full of reservations. Sean went above and beyond with accommodating our party of 20 with a great set up and menu. I would recommend this place for any type of social event. Thank yall for making this so special for my family.