Science Museum Oklahoma -
More Fun Than a Barrel of Molecules
The Science Museum Oklahoma (formerly known as the Omniplex) does a great job of making science fun and interesting for the young and young-of-heart.
You can find a two-story tree house and a three-story slide that is the nation's tallest spiral slide! You can also find the Shumard Oak, which is the oldest tree west of the Mississippi.
My 3 kids and a friend on some giant teeth
Kids will have a blast experimenting with waves, sound, and light. The Tinkering Garage exhibit has all the fun of playing with your Dad's tools without making your Dad mad.
If you're into model trains, then you'll have to check out the 1000 square foot miniature town in the M.G. Pinky Martin Model Train Exhibit.
My kids' favorite exhibit at the Science Museum Oklahoma is the Shadow Stopper, where you pose, a light flashes, and you can see a captured image of your shadow. Other favorites are Ride the Tornado ( a chamber that simulates tornado force winds) and the mirror maze.
My 3 kids and a friend at the Tornado exhibit
My kids also enjoyed the opportunity to see themselves on a weather forecast simulator.
My son Ethan, a friend, and my daughter Raegan
The Oklahoma Science Museum also includes these other Museums:
The International Gymnastics Hall of Fame
The International Photography Hall of Fame
The Red Earth Museum (Native American Art and Artifacts)
The Oklahoma Aviation and Space Hall of Fame
My 3 kids and a friend at the Oklahoma Aviation and Space Hall of Fame
My son Ethan at the Oklahoma Aviation and Space Hall of Fame
Oklahoma Science Museum
2100 NE 52nd Street
Oklahoma City, OK
Official Site of the Science Museum Oklahoma
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday - Frday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Saturday
11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday
Museum Exhibits and Dome Theater Show
Adults (13 - 64) $13.95
Senior (65+) $10.75
Children (3 - 12) $10.75
Adults (13 - 64) $9.95
Senior (65+) $8.75
Children (3 - 12) $8.75
Dome Theater Only
Adults (13 - 64) $8.25
Senior (65+) $6.75
Children (3 - 12) $6.75
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