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September 4, 2006
Quietness of Tulsa,
Sights and Taste of Tulsa
September 6, 2004
There was a nice Wedgewood collection and a room housing photos and drawings of the history of the home while it was occupied. They had a small room of more contemporary art.
They were in between special exhibits when I attended, but after reading about some Western artists I had seen elsewhere, many of them have been featured here.
Outside of the home are spectacular gardens. They include a pretty Rock Garden and Water Garden. The gardens can be viewed without paying admission to the museum, and they are worth a visit on their own. Additionally, the museum is located in a residential area and is surrounded by many large, beautiful homes worth seeing.
They do have a restaurant, offer tours, and have a nice museum shop.
From journal Tulsa art
March 17, 2002
From journal A great hometown