Stay Connected

We strive every day to make a creative and connected community through art and gardens. 

But it’s time for us all to spend some time practicing social distancing and experiencing the #MuseumFromHome.

Starting March 16, the Museum and gardens will be closing and remain closed until further notice in response to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. The decision was made in coordination with all major attractions in Tulsa.

Any events or programs impacted by this closure have been cancelled and hopefully rescheduled. Ticket holders will be contacted directly by our Guest Experience team.

There have been no known cases of COVID-19 among Philbrook staff, volunteers, or visitors. We are acting out of an abundance of caution—with your health and safety foremost in mind.

Our team will continue to monitor the situation daily and share updates including when we will reopen. Follow us on social media if you don’t already.

We strive every day to make a more creative and connected community. This is not just because of a building and 25 acres of grounds. We can and will continue this mission through every platform available to us.

Right now, we’re trying new ways of doing just that. We hope you’ll stay connected to Philbrook during our closure, and we’ve compiled a list of ways to keep up with us:

Live Streams.

Visit our website, YouTube Channel, or Facebook Page to watch impromptu daily live streams at 10am and 1pm.:

Full Schedule:

  • Sundays: Community Corner Instagram takeovers
  • Mondays: Family Art Club and Artists at Home with the Philbrook Education Department (10 am & 1 pm/Facebook)
  • Tuesdays: Explore the Gardens (10 am/Facebook)
  • Wednesdays: Curator Tour (1 pm/Facebook)
  • Thursdays: Explore the Gardens (10 am/Facebook)
  • Fridays: Curator Tour (1 pm/Facebook)
  • Saturdays: Singalong with Hot Toast Music (10 am/Facebook)

Keep an eye out for pop-up artist takeovers, museum swaps, and more.

Music at Home.

 

Cabin Fever Concert Series.

Local Tulsa musicians perform in our stained glass cabin.

Motel Sessions.

Tulsa musicians play inside the Everywhere Motel installed as part of the 2017 exhibition Museum Confidential.

Activities At Home.

We’ve provided some sample resources to help occupy the time while we all help #FlattenTheCurve.

Worksheets

Downloadable Coloring Book

Singalong Saturdays

Singalong Saturdays: The Peace Rainbow
Singalong Saturdays: Gratitude is an Attitude

Playdates at Your Place

Exploring Gravity

A ticket for admission at the Museum costs $12/adult and always free for kids. While we’re all practicing social distancing, please consider donating to Philbrook as we continue our mission to create a more creative and connected community.

Shop at Home.

If you’re missing the shopping experience at the Philbrook Shop, shop online! Our Museum Shop Associates are ready to fulfill your online orders so that you won’t be without your favorite Philbrook merchandise and local treasures.

Shop Online

Stay Social.

Stay home, but stay social. Right now on social media, we’re doing virtual tours, collection highlights, social media takeovers, concerts, and more! Follow us now to join in the fun:

Donate.

We continue our work to build creativity and connection in our community, and we are moved by the generosity and caring that we are witnessing each day.
As you look to support your neighbors, local businesses, and non-profits, here are a few ways you can support Philbrook today:

A ticket for admission at the Museum costs $12/adult and always free for kids. While we’re all practicing social distancing, please consider donating to Philbrook as we continue our mission to create a more creative and connected community.

Thank you for helping us #PhilTheGap

Make a Quick Donation

Museum Confidential.

Travel with your ears Our podcast, Museum Confidential, hosted by Philbrook’s Jeff Martin, takes a behind-the-scenes look into the inner workings of museums all across the world. With new episodes every two weeks, this Public Radio Tulsa show is sure to pique your curiosity.

Read interesting news and insightful articles. Alongside the podcast, follow the Museum Confidential Medium page for additional, readable content about the inter-workings of museums around the globe.

Online Gallery.

Stay close to your favorite Philbrook pieces. Did you know parts of the Philbrook Collection are available online? Sort your search by genre, or search for your favorite artists.

Wander the galleries and gardens with Google. Our Google Art Project is the perfect way to visit Philbrook when you can’t visit Philbrook. Take a virtual tour of our 25 acres of Gardens and the Museum, all without leaving your computer. See you there.