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1400 North Gilcrease Museum Road
Phone: 918-596 2700 - 888/655-2278
Gilcrease Museum, through its collections, is dedicated to bringing art, history, and people together to discover, enjoy, and understand the diverse heritage of the Americas.
Gilcrease is a Museum of American History and Art spanning the period from 500 B.C. to the present. American art, artifacts and art of North American Indians history of the westward movement.
You will also discover an unparalleled collection of Native American art and artifacts, a hands-on, interactive display of the art, history, and culture of Mexico, and a distinguished collection of historical manuscripts, documents, rare books, and maps.
Gilcrease Museum sits of 460-acre grounds which include historic theme gardens and Stuart Park, with footpaths through an exceptional landscape.
There is a wonderful restaurant, Rendezvous, which offers terrific food and an exceptional view.
The Gilcrease Museum Shop offers prints, books, jewelry, reproductions bronzes, notecards, and unique gifts.
Works by Thomas Moran, Frederic Remington, Charles Russell, and George Catlin are among the largest collections in the world. More than 400 artists are represented.
This exhibition features treasures from Gilcrease's permanent collection of western material themed and displayed in dramatic new contexts. Looking at images and objects created in the 19th and 20th centuries, these galleries consider how the West eveolved in fact and fiction.
Here the story of Mexico is told from pre-Columbian times to the present in a hands-on installation. Video and audio stations and touchable reproductions of artifacts that are expressions of the culture enhance the dazzling collections of paintings, prints, watercolors, masks and ceramics.
Seniors (62 and above): $6.00
Children (18 and under): Free
Other discounts apply
The Sorcerer. Henry F. Farny
(1847-1916). Oil on canvas, 22 by 40 inches. Painted in 1903.
Watching the Breakers. Winslow Homer
(1836-1910). Oil on canvas. 30 by 40 inches. Painted in 1891.
The Stampede. Frederic Remington
(1861-1909). Oil on Canvas. 27 by 40 inches. Painted in 1908.
Lower Falls, Yellowstone Park.
Thomas Moran (1837-1926). Oil on canvas. 40 1/2 by 60 1/4 inches. Painted in 1893.