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The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is an accredited fine arts museum located in downtown Oklahoma City, with annual visitation from all 50 states and over 40 countries. The Museum's permanent collection includes the world's largest collection of glass...more
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I came specifically for the Chihuly exhibit. I've seen Chihuly glass before but knowing what to expect never prepares you for how incredible it is. This museum does an incredible job of displaying it. The gallery had an incredible feel as there were spaces big...More
I travelled all the way from Australia to see the Chihuly Glass exhibit. The installations were exquisite!! The permanent installation in the foyer is stunning. The sheer size of it will blow you away.
The gallery is well presented with interesting pieces and exhibits that...More
This was the last place we went to during our vacation and it was so worth the drive out of our way to get there. They were showcasing the "Victorian Radicals" and Chihuly glass exhibits as well as one for modern art. The collections were...More
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is world class. Just like everything else we saw in Oklahoma City, this was exceptional in its presentation and the exhibits themselves, right from the giant Chilhouly glass sculpture as soon as you walk in. Worth a visit.
We stopped while on a trip since we had been here once before and enjoyed the visit and the cafe at the museum. There was a new exhibit being installed while we were there, so one floor was closed and we were given a discount...More
“Glass is the most magical of all materials. It transmits light in a special way."
After seeing Dale Chihuly’s work at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, and the Seattle’s Chihuly Gardens and Glass next to the Space Needle, it was a no brainer to...More