Het Philbrook Museum of Art is een van de meest gerespecteerde kunstmusea in de Verenigde Staten. Gelegen in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is het Philbrook Museum of Art de thuisbasis van een indrukwekkende verzameling kunst van over de hele wereld. Het museum werd in 1927 opgericht door Oilman Waite Phillips en zijn vrouw, Genevieve.
Het Philbrook Museum of Art is gehuisvest in een prachtige Italiaanse villa die werd gebouwd in 1927. De villa is ontworpen door architect Edward Larrabee Barnes. De collectie van het Philbrook Museum of Art omvat werken van Europese meesters zoals Rembrandt, Van Gogh en Monet, evenals Amerikaanse kunstenaars zoals Georgia O'Keeffe en Andrew Wyeth.
Naast de permanente collectie organiseert het Philbrook Museum of Art ook een verscheidenheid aan tijdelijke tentoonstellingen. Het museum is ook de thuisbasis van een onderzoeksbibliotheek, een café en een cadeauwinkel. Het Philbrook Museum of Art is een must-see voor iedereen die geïnteresseerd is in kunst en cultuur.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: Closed
- Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
- Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Sunday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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Last of the season Movie on the lawn was a fantastic event for all ages. Plenty of activities to entertain and engage everyone, food and drinks for sale, or bring your own. Thanks Philbrook for a lovely evening.
We love going to the Philbrook with our toddler. Kids 17 under are free and if you are a veteran, student, teacher, or receive soonercare, they offer discounted tickets! I recommend calling to buy the tickets to purchase tickets just so you have more time to look around. Museum has a lot of hands on activities for kiddos to enjoy besides looking at art and nature. My daughter enjoys the Wednesday garden explorer program that happens weekly 9:30 am to 11:30 am! It lets toddlers get messy and create in a space mom doesn’t have to clean up after lol.
I was absolutely blown away by the museum and exhibits. Tranquil vibes and the museum grounds are incredible. Try coming on a weekday during the off season to avoid crowds.
Me and my boys ages 9 and 14yrs of age had a FANTASTIC day at Philbrook. There was so much for them to do besides looking and learning about all the beautiful artwork. Outside the grounds were amazing, swings and fun little spots along the way. Our day was a successful memory making day!!♥️
My daughter and I enjoyed the art inside the museum, and the beautiful gardens out behind the museum. We took pictures of everything, and just generally enjoyed the day. This is a peaceful place to go and rejuvenate while enjoying a peaceful interlude of escape from the harsh world that we live in. I have enjoyed visiting here many times over the years. It is a wonderful place.
Such a gorgeous location and the museum is stunning! Felt like a far away place, didn't feel like Oklahoma.
I really enjoy going to the Philbrook museum, the building and grounds are breathtaking and I especially enjoy the classic art that is displayed there. I hadn't been in a while and there was a lot more what I would call modern art this time (I know little about art and its classification schemes) which isn't my favorite but it was impressive nonetheless. It is well worth the cost of admission and the frequent visiting displays help to keep the experience fresh every time I go while still maintaining some of my favorite pieces. The little shepherdess is my personal favorite.
So much to see and will be sure to wear my walking shoes next time. The gardens are fabulous and beautifully laid out.
The mansion is fantastic . If you like art and paints, right now they have the exposition of Frida Kahlo. The gardens are very beautiful.
The grounds and museum are gorgeous. Lots of art, sculptures and history inside. So glad we visited while visiting Tulsa!
Special and unique art museum centered around 1920s estate of oilman Waite Phillips. Gorgeous gardens, stunning Native American pottery collection, wonderful dining room and great calendar of events. I recommend it most highly.
We went mid May, it was HOT but beautiful! We went out to the gardens 1st and then came in to cool off for the art displays.
A jewel, two exibits in one, the art gallery and this somptuous italian villa. Visit the arts gallery and take times for the magnificient garden.
This is an amazing place to learn and relax. Staff is super nice, the place is clean, and very welcoming. Free entrance for students.
Love the collections here! The Big Art Show has art from children and displayed beautifully. The log cabin was a treat and loves seeing a Picasso and a Matisse. I couldn't find much information about the Phillips family. That would have been nice to see that in a central place. Beautiful place.
Absolutely gorgeous and amazing place!! No wait at all and the tickets are surprisingly cheap for such a beautiful and large museum. Their indoor and outdoor displays are very informative and interesting, and very pleasing to the eye. The outdoor yard area was my favorite, it was peaceful and well kept, perfect place to sit and enjoy a good book.
Beautiful Christmas lights! You can also purchase hot coco, alcohol, & smores kits while here. There are 2 igloos! & 3 fire pits with chairs around them! Perfect family night or date night!
We Went to the holiday lights and it's so awesome! Well worth the ticket price. Got a take and make project for my neice, she loved it. Highly recommended.
Wow not only is this place BEAUTIFUL ❤️. They have so many activities. This was a Wednesday Garden exploring day. Filled with painting. A children's level tight rope/ Zip line. The entire garden was decorated with fall colors and pumpkins and squash of all different shapes and colors. They have an AWESOME restaurant 24 at the LL of building. I was shocked it was so affordable. I was able to get a cheeseburger and fries for $8. The staff were really kind and helpful!!! Definitely must go see. Perfect for a romantic date or just a girls picnic.
I have gone to museums all over the world, but Philbrook tops them all! The history, culture, community involvement, & wittiness from Philbrook is unlike anything else. The gardens are so lush & beautiful, & they always have fun events going on like movies or picnics or music nights. There's also a beautiful hidden cabin on the site behind the main garden, definitely check that out! Their business event rental is large & nice as well. The restaurant is delicious, too!
Amazing place to visit. If you are visiting or passing through Tulsa this is a must see museum. The gardens are beautiful and are worth just sitting in and visually taking them in. Wonderful place.
The outdoor gardens are very quiet. It is very beautiful, feels like you’re walking into a scenic movie garden. The indoor portion also has many beautiful artistic pieces. If you know someone who enjoys these types of things I’d recommend taking them there it was definitely a 10/10 experience in my opinion. However, I did not try out kitchen 27 so I cannot review that. Overall I’d say everyone should go with a friend or loved one at least once
Gardens were great and the recycled fabric cabin was amazing. Not much to look at outside, but when you go in, it's bursts with colors. Great art, and exquisite to walk through well air conditioned galleries after having been outside for a while.
Probably my favorite museum ever, even coming from NYC I’d definitely visit Tulsa again just to visit. Amazing array of art from contemporary local artists to historical works you’d see in any other art museum. Love that there is a lot of space dedicated to Tulsa and Greenwood history and a focus on the black narrative of history and segregation. Exhibits are simple but so powerful and carefully put together. You can spend literally a few hours here exploring the garden and finding all the different swings, walking paths, sculptures, trees and flowers. There is also another smaller garden lined with picturesque landscaping and swings. To our surprise, we unexpectedly stumbled upon another exhibit in a small log cabin with beautiful stained glass windows and colorful ceiling light fixtures - probably our favorite part. Highlight: if you’re traveling or catching a flight, there is an unattended coat check room where you can leave luggage or bags. There’s also about 15 lockers for smaller bags that require a quarter (returned when you open the locker). All of our things were found safe even hours later. All staff are friendly and welcoming, also helpful over the phone.
Wonderful museum to visit in Tulsa. It is located in a beautiful neighborhood. It has parking near the entrance, and additional parking below with covered parking as well. The gardens are gorgeous with lots to see, including koi fish ponds, variety of flowers, swings to sit on and a very unique cabin. The museum has a variety of artwork which is very cool, and the architecture is awesome as well (ceilings, fireplaces, etc.) Definitely recommend a visit!
Absolutely amazing! Best date I've had in along time and only cost 25 bucks for both of us. They even had a bar and we ended up drinking cheap mimosas in the courtyard posing as pretentious as possible. We also caught Dali's Alice in Wonderland paintings! The mansion where the museum is located is absolutely gorgeous in archetecture itself. Lots of artifacts from multiple cultures and time periods! Just go if you love art, botanical gardens, archetecture, ect. You will not regret it.
This was a great little hidden gem. Amazing beautiful house. Amazing artwork. Beautiful gardens. They currently have an Alice in Wonderland art exhibit which was beautiful and they have a section dedicated to the Greenwood area and the massacre. Went with a 12 year old who thought she would hate it and she loved it. We arrived 12:40 and didn't leave until 3:50.
This was a very beautiful museum. There were a lot of great art pieces. The outside gardens were beautiful. I enjoyed relaxing outside and watching the hummingbirds. I would definitely visit again.
It will take you longer than you think to see it all. If possible go before Sept. 7 to see the exhibit dedicated to the Greenwood District Massacre. Absolutely heartbreaking, breathtaking, and important! Not to mention the phenomenal art that each stand alone as exceptional pieces!