Visitors to the Philbrook Museum of Art gardens experienced holiday lights, music and family fun from Nov. 27-Dec. 26. Advanced, timed-entry tickets and a fully outdoor experience allowed Tulsans to safely celebrate the annual Philbrook Festival tradition, which included a socially distanced visit from Santa and other activities.

Wood-fired pizzas, hot cocoa, s’mores and adult beverages were available for purchase, as well as take-home art activities. The event, which capped attendance at 50%, sold out every night.

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