Gilcrease Museum is at the forefront of great American museums that specialize in collections of Native American art and artifacts, historical manuscripts, documents and maps. The museum was founded by an early patron of the Native American arts, so its collection is a unique and rare glimpse into the history and evolution of handicrafts and other works of art.
Pay tribute to the greatest names in jazz and their far-reaching influence on modern music at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. You can stroll the museum area and look at exhibits and attractions that feature original photos and hall of fame awards presented to greats like Ella Fitzgerald and Bob Wills. Or you can catch a live show featuring notable performers like Amy Cottingham, Jared Johnson and more.
Check out the sprawling 72-room mansion that is the Philbrook Museum of Art. This museum attraction is as much a work of art as the paintings and sculptures on display. You'll find art from America, Europe, Asia, Africa and beyond both in the permanent collections and current exhibits.
There's an extensive collection of early and modern historic Jewish Art at the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, the only museum of its kind in the region. In fact, the museum rivals nationally known Jewish art museums for its extensive and complete collection that tells the history of Jewish culture from antiquity to modern day.
Visitors have enjoyed Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium’s historical exhibits, hands-on science exhibits, computer flight simulator lab, and full-dome planetarium shows.
All exhibits and learning experiences engage visitors in process skills including creativity and innovation, critical thinking and problem solving, and communication and collaboration at the Tulsa Children’s Museum Discovery Lab.
Take a short trip outside of Tulsa to the Will Rogers Memorial Museum, where you can view his artifacts, memorabilia, saddle collection and more. America's favorite satirist and cowboy poet from the Great Depression, Will Rogers originally bought the 20-acre land as a retirement estate, but died shortly after.
The Woody Guthrie Center is more than a museum; instead, it is a center of investigation for inspiration. Listen to recorded songs, read his lyric journals, record your own song, and enjoy the exhibits, archives and research area.
Address: 4770 S Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74135 - MAP
Phone: (918) 747-9393