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Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Norman

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  • We were told about this museum that is located on the grounds of Oklahoma University when we were visiting the on campus National Weather service office. Amazing array of items that were unearthed mos...  more »
  • If you or your family loves dinosaurs or fossils, this is a great museum with outstanding skeletons and hundreds of fossils. The detail is exquisite. The gift shop was also quite nice with lots of var...  more »
  • We were visiting Norman from out-of-town and had heard that the Sam Noble Museum was a must-see. We couldn't believe that this was a university museum! It was very well-done, and the building is beaut...  more »
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  • Though I have not been able to reach this museum in a while, it is still one of Oklahoma's finest history museums period. Wonderful and well done exhibits,many things to see.
  • Sam noble museum is one of the hidden gems of Oklahoma. It's such a fantastic museum, in fact I go everyday during lunch and still go on the weekends. They have the discovery room for kids to play and bring in new exhibits, like the earth quake and tsunami that is there now!
  • Great museum. High qualtiy interactive displays that cover the ancient and modern history of Oklahoma biota and people. An excellent outing for the family.
  • Although my experience took place online, the correspondence and Information asked for was immediate, comprehensive and precise. I sent photos of an artifact I found recently alongside the Walnut River, and was told it was an extraordinary find and was dated to somewhere around 900 AD! I am planning a visit to SAM NOBLE during the first week of July!
  • This a fantastic Museum! One of my family's favorite. They have a kids interactive section. Great for family outings and learning!