Funday Sunday Hero

Funday Sunday

Children can try their hand at exhibition-themed activities.

The third Sunday of every month is Funday Sunday. It’s a FREE admission day loaded with fun for the whole family. In addition to exploring our galleries and temporary exhibitions, visitors and their families can enjoy art-making stations throughout the museum, special exhibition-themed programming and our gardens and grounds.

Funday Sunday programming offers fun for all ages. Adults can experience insightful connections to our ongoing or traveling exhibitions in the form of lectures, musical performances and guided tours. Children can try their hand at make-and-take art activities, scavenger hunts and more in addition to exploring our hands-on-learning areas, the Kravis Discovery Center and our Kids’ Site themed around animals you can find
in Oklahoma.

Funday Sunday
Spend some time outside in our themed gardens.

Our gardens and grounds also offer fun for all ages. Take the time to explore our 23 acres of themed gardens, beautiful all year round. Check out the Victorian Gardens around the Thomas Gilcrease House or meander down to the pond in Stuart Park where you can spot turtles and other wildlife.

Funday Sunday programming during the spring and summer months extends beyond our galleries and includes activities meant for outdoor enjoyment. Local food trucks often make appearances at Funday Sunday when the weather allows, allowing for visitors to treat themselves to light snacks while exploring the grounds and throughout the rest of their day.

Stop for brunch and enjoy our vista views.

Every Funday Sunday, The Restaurant at Gilcrease is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for visitors looking to enjoy a special Sunday brunch.  Our traditional brunch is buffet-style, offering a wide variety of breakfast and lunch favorites not ordinarily found on the menu, including the popular waffle and omelet stations. No reservations are required!

On October 20, join us for an afternoon focused on photography, history, and storytelling in celebration of our new exhibition Dorothea Lange’s America. Learn more here.