The Gilcrease Museum is a somewhat hidden treasure of Tulsa. It is an amazing collection of art and artifacts depicting the American west. The museum is well organized and includes paintings and sculptures which can be viewed up close and personal. Staff members can be found throughout the museum to answer questions and enhance the visitor's experience. The various rooms are organized by theme and can be enjoyed at an individual's own pace. In addition, the museum has an extensive section devoted to art for children, including many items which advertise "please touch". A half-day is probably too short to begin to digest all this museum has to offer. If you are a first time visitor, and from out of town, the use of a GPS is advised as the Gilcrease is somewhat off the beaten path.
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