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Tulsa's visitors say the Gilcrease Museum is one of the best spots to see artwork inspired by the American West. Artists featured here include Frederic Remington, Frank Tenney Johnson and Charles Marion Russell, among others. There are also works by Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent and Thomas Moran. Outside, guests will find 23 acres of themed gardens, including the Pioneer Garden, the Rock Garden and the Pre-Colombian Garden, to name a few.
Some visitors suggest studying the museum's website extensively before dropping by, citing a confusing layout (since the exhibits are spread out over 460 acres, you could easily lose precious time).
The Gilcrease is located northwest of downtown, appropriately located on Gilcrease Museum Road. It's open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission costs between $5 and $8, depending on age. Visit the museum's official website for more information.
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