Oklahomans can get a little lost in the ever-changing world of museum visits, and the latest news from around the state can leave them scratching their heads.
But you won’t have to dig too far to find one of the best museums in the state.
Here’s a guide to some of the most popular museums in Oklahoma.
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The Tulsa Art MuseumThe Tulsa art museum has a rich history.
It was established in 1868 by the German-born artist Hans-Jürgen Munch and has been a fixture in the Oklahoman art scene ever since.
The museum is located in the historic downtown area of downtown Tulsa.
Admission is free and admission is not required to see works by renowned artists like David Hockney, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and René Magritte.
The collection of more than 200 artworks at the museum is also housed in a large exhibition hall that opened in 2003.
It is the largest art gallery in the country.
If you like to explore Tulsa’s art scene, the Art Museum is a must visit destination.
Located at 1209 E. 9th St., the museum features nearly 5,000 works from over 30 art museums across the country and is open weekdays and Saturdays from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., excluding holidays.
The art museum also offers free museum admission.
Located in the heart of Tulsa’s Downtown Tulsa district, the Tulsa Art Gallery is the oldest museum of its kind in the U.S.
The exhibit halls are open during the day and open from 7 a.c. to 11 p.c., with an admission fee of $1.00 for adults and $1 for children under 12.
Visitors can also enjoy a variety of entertainment programs, including a live performance of the musical “The Best of Tulsa,” plus a children’s art program and a kids’ crafts show.
The Art Museum also has a large collection of paintings and sculptures, including works by artists like William Henry and Frank Lloyd Wright.
The Oklahoma City Art MuseumOklahoma City’s art museum is one of two in the nation to be named for Oklahoma City native, George S. Baker, who was born in Tulsa.
The Oklahomians can visit the museum anytime during the year, with regular hours beginning at 7:00 a.l.m.(5-9 p.l.), 10 a.r.m.-5 p.s., 6:00-9:00 p.p., and 8:00a.m.–6:00p.m.; or anytime after 6:30 p.a.l., when admission is $5.00.
The Museum of ArtThe Oklahoma Museum of Arts, known as the Oklahoma City Museum of Contemporary Art, is located at the corner of Woodward Avenue and Euclid Avenue in the City of Oklahoma City.
It’s open daily from 7 p.t. to 8:30a.p.t., including holidays.
Visit the museum to find out about the city’s rich history, discover and enjoy art, and meet other Oklahoma residents.
The Science MuseumThe Science museum is the state’s only dedicated science museum.
It serves as a hub for students and researchers in science education, research, and art and culture.
The science museum was established by the American Museum of Natural History in the early 1930s and has grown to be the largest science museum in Oklahoma, with more than 3,000 exhibits and more than 150 exhibits, including many rare and unique objects.
Located on the campus of the University of Oklahoma, the Science Museum features more than 6,000 items, including specimens and specimens of plants, insects, animals, fungi, and plants from around a wide range of natural and scientific fields.
It’s also home to one of Oklahoma’s largest collection of natural history and botanical specimens.
If science is your thing, the Oklahoma Science Museum also hosts a large science fair, featuring exhibits by the renowned American Museum for Nature, as well as many other science exhibits.
The museums newest attraction, the Oklob Museum, is a museum of Oklahoma history, architecture, and architecture.
It features many historical buildings, including the Oklahoma State Capitol, the former Tulsa city courthouse, the National Archives and Records Administration building, and many of the state government buildings.
Located next door to the Oklahoma Historical Society, the museum houses exhibits and a museum garden that showcases more than 60,000 specimens from Oklahoma.
The StatehouseThe State House, located in downtown Tulsa, is home to the Legislature.
The Capitol building was the home of the State Legislature for more than 300 years, but it’s the Statehouse that houses all the legislative machinery and staff that work on behalf of the people of Oklahoma.
Visiting the State House can be a fun and educational experience for