The Oklahoma City Museum of Art reopened in 2002 after a $40 million renovation, which included the acquisition of the largest Dale Chihuly glass collection in America. In addition, the OKCMOA is home to some distinctive American and European art, including paintings by Georgia O’Keefe and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, sculpture by Alexander Calder, and photographs by Alfred Stieglitz. While the OKCMOA isn’t the Met or MOMA, it’s an interesting, eclectic collection of contemporary and historical pieces, and the Chihulys alone are worth the price of admission. The OKCMOA also screens independent and foreign-language films each week (Thursday through Sunday), if that’s your thing. And when you’re done browsing the art, you can pop into the cafe and have a cappuccino or a cocktail.