Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 South Rockford Road
Tulsa, OK 74114
800.324.7941
Information@Philbrook.org
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Tues - Sun:   10am - 5pm
Thurs:            10am - 8pm
Closed:          Mon and major holidays.


General Admission:  $9.00
Senior Citizens:         $7.00
Students:                    Free
Children 18/Under:   Free


The former home of colorful oilman Waite Phillips, this Italian-style villa is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and houses Italian Renaissance works in oil and sculpture, as well as ancient, classical and Oriental pieces.

The nationally renowned Philbrook Museum, which was featured in the television series "America's Castles", offers national:

  • Touring exhibitions
  • Lecture series
  • Films
  • Special events
  • 23-acres of English-style formal gardens, which have under-gone the largest renovation and expansion ever done to the museum's gardens. The results are breathtaking; nothing else like it is offered in this part of the country.

Membership begins at $50 and includes a host of wonderful benefits including:

  • Unlimited free admission for an entire year
  • Discounts in the Museum Shop and Education Center
  • A subscription to the quarterly Members' Bulletin

Visit the Museum Shop, featuring one-of-a-kind and artistic items, then enjoy lunch or Sunday Brunch in la Villa Restaurant.

Admission to the Shop and Restaurant are always free. The Ben D. Floyd Education Center offers programming and classes throughout the year.

Meeting/Events space available:

Williams Conference Center, adjacent to la Villa Restaurant, is open to the general public during museum hours.
Seats 75-80 people
Audio-visual equipment available.


Patti Johnson Wilson Hall is an auditorium performance hall.
Seats up to 236 people.
Audio-visual equipment available.


la Villa Restaurant
Seats approximately 100 people.

Zink Rotunda
Seats 150 people or 400 people standing.

Mabee Reception Gallery
Seats 150 people or 500 standing.