The mission of OKPOP is to inspire new generations of artists, musicians, and storytellers to impact the world through the powerful force of creative expression by showcasing the legacy of Oklahoma artists and their influence on popular culture.
Under the direction of the Oklahoma Historical Society, OKPOP Museum collects, preserves, and shares the state’s pop culture artifacts and collections through four core programs: The OKPOP experience, community outreach, research archives, and education.
The OKPOP experience will house world-class installations and interactive exhibits telling the stories of Oklahoma’s profound impact on popular culture. Our immersive facility and programming will excite, inform, and inspire by engaging guests in the remarkable stories of Oklahoma’s impact on the world.
Visitors expecting a traditional museum experience will be amazed to discover a pop culture playground designed to be explored in ways beyond sight and sound. Our exhibits and gallery spaces will make use of modern technology and interactive play places to create an ever-changing museum experience that keeps guests coming back, not just to observe collected artifacts but to create and play.
The OKPOP experience begins at the corner of Main and Easton. Just off of historic Route 66…the crossroads of creativity. Upon entering the facility, guests will immediately be wowed by a spacious, energetic experience, including public art space and Bob Wills’ fully restored 1948 tour bus
The second floor gallery, the largest in the facility, is home to OKPOP’s Imagined Worlds, an immersive, interactive experience covering film, theater, comics, fashion, writing, and more. OKPOP’s guests should expect an experience designed to change the way they think about museums, trading in the white-walled galleries and static displays of yesterday for a colorful playground of creativity.
OKPOP’s third floor features 8,000 square feet of exhibit space focused on 150 years of Oklahoma music, telling the many stories of our incredible musicians, songwriters, and venues.
Donations to support the the OKPOP Museum may be made to the OKPOP Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.
Donations may be mailed to:
422 North Main Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103
Or, donate through this secure online donation form.
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