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About 21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City

Modeled after the award-winning flagship in Louisville, Kentucky, the 21 Museum Hotel Oklahoma City features friendly, personal service, thoughtful amenities and a touch of luxury that is sure to make you feel at home. Building on its mission of engaging the public with contemporary art and supporting the revitalization of American downtown’s, 21c Museum Hotels renovated the a historic Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant, a landmark in Oklahoma City—restoring it into a contemporary art museum and cultural center on the


21c Oklahoma City features 14,000 square feet of exhibition, meeting and event space presenting rotating curated exhibitions, dynamic site-specific art installations and exciting cultural programs. Exhibition space is open to the public free of charge, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Located at 21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City in the former Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant, Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge showcases executive chef Jason Campbell’s bold and eclectic take on New American cuisine, in an art-filled, communal setting that honors the building’s industrial roots. Menus playfully combine bold, unexpected flavors and celebrate regional, seasonal products with dishes cook in a custom rotisserie, smoker and pizza oven.


21c was designed by Architects Deborah Berke Partners and was restored following federal standards for historic rehabilitation. Deborah Berke and her team incorporated the industrial heritage of the building into the design, taking full advantage of the large windows and wide open spaces. Finishes and furnishings are inspired by the assembly line technology of the automotive industry with metals, glazed ceramics and textured and plush textiles. Our team of design professionals worked to design a space that respects and preserves the character of this once grand hotel, while creating a space to show the work of living artists.

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