With the largest and most comprehensive collection of art from the American West, the Gilcrease Museum is a true find for aficionados of Native American art and artifacts. Its collection reflects not only artistic, but historical interests, too. A one-of-a-kind feature of the museum is its 26-acres of themed gardens which surround the buildings. The museum regularly holds a wide range of rotating exhibits, from an Ansel Adams retrospective to “Art in Miniature”; the museum covers American art from the traditional to quirky.
- Public Transportation: Good (Tulsa Transit, Line #203, drops you near the museum)
- Handicapped Accessible: Yes
- Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm, Closed Mondays and Christmas Day
- Admission: Regular Admission is $8; Seniors, Active Military and Groups of 10 or more are $6, College Students are $5, Members and Children under the age of 18 are free.
- Free Day: The first Tuesday of every month
- Basic Tour: Free Docent-guided tours of the permanent collection are offered daily at 2pm. Free tours of the gardens Saturdays at 1pm in May, June, September, and October.
- Audio Tour: $5 for Non-Members; $4 for Members. Audio tours are also available in Spanish.
- Membership: Individual Memberships are $50 and include year-long free admission for one adult, a complimentary subscription to the award winning Gilcrease Journal, invitations for 2 to selected exhibition preview parties, as well as discounted rates and priority registration for studio classes. Membership Discounts are also available for Seniors ($45) and Students ($25).
- Other Benefits: Reciprocal Admission Benefits at 18 museums throughout the US (via the Western Reciprocal Alliance) are available for those at the Friend Level ($125) and above.
Gilcrease Museum (The GM) Information