Philbrook Holiday Festival
The Philbrook Museum of Art has brought Tulsa, Oklahoma a spectacular holiday festival once again! Christmas is near but the holidays will continue until the New Year here in Tulsa. If you are looking for some family friendly fun, be sure and attend. Admission is free and the views are sure to please.
One of the most beautiful parts of Oklahoma, the Philbrook Museum of Art is showcasing holiday décor in the most exquisite displays. Enjoy the magic of the lights, and gingerbread houses, the Christmas tree displays, and overall spirit of the festivities. Over 50 gingerbread houses will be on display, crafted by local school children and community groups. 65,000 lights to brighten your mood and four Christmas trees, one of which is 15 feet. Over 5,000 snowflakes surrounding the museum, hand-cut from paper!
A must experience event. If you haven’t come by, now is the time, especially if you have family in town. Wow them with Oklahoma’s best. Every day from now until December 31st.
Philbrook Museum of Art
An important part of our culture, Philbrook Museum of Art has a long history behind it. They are dedicated to the community and strive to bring diversity, culture, education, and economic life to Tulsa. All year long, the Museum has events and excellent art on display. In addition to the holiday festival, they also have other awesome events going on like the Winter Solstice Garden Tour, a Native Fashion Show exhibition, Tuscany in Tulsa in the Philbrook Gardens, Lusha Nelson photographs coming in February 2017. To learn more about the museum, visit here.
Location: 2727 South Rockford Road, Tulsa
Hours: Tuesday through Sunday, 10am to 5pm; Thursday 10am to 8pm; Closed Mondays
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