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With the phrase "grab them by the pussy" reverberating since the presidential election (unfortunately) and new and disgusting details of the Weinstein scandal surfacing by the day, it is hard to keep anxieties at bay. It's difficult to watch the news or scroll through Twitter when just the words "rape" and "molest" …

Our Favorite Art Museum in Tulsa


Philbrook has been one of my favorite places to visit in Tulsa ever since I first toured it during a school trip. The Tuscan-style mansion is a work of art all on its own. Locals know that you don't just go to Philbrook to see the art, or even whatever the current exhibits are, but to experience the place as a whole, from the elegant interiors to the large walking trail to the beautiful gardens.

When I first started dating Ken, I was very happy to find that he loves Philbrook too. Varying interests are okay in any relationship, but I knew that my mister right had to like three things for sure - coffee, horror/sci-fi movies, and places like Philbrook.

There are a lot of special events at Philbrook both for children and adults. We recently enjoyed a Film on the Lawn night at Philbrook, and I'll post about that as well. I have so many pics from Philbrook over the years and wanted to get a general post up first, for anyone who for whatever reason hasn't been to this beautiful Tulsa treasure.








Admission is always free for kids 17 and under, as well as to visitors with a local student ID from a number of colleges, and admission is free to all ages on the second Saturday of each month. Regular admission is $9 for adults, $7 for seniors.

From the restaurant to the gift shop and the exhibits to the outdoor gardens, you could easily spend the day at this gorgeous place. If you live in the area, I encourage you to rediscover all it has to offer, and if you're just visiting from out of town, it should be a must on your to-do list.


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