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Science Museum Oklahoma, Oklahoma City

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At Science Museum Oklahoma, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, join numerous interactive science exhibits; view space, aviation, and cultural artifacts; and visit a dome theater. Use blue-screen technology to do your own weather forecast, create fog and lightning bolts, watch a tornado form in front of you--then experience one at a tornado simulator. Find out how it feels to live and work at a space station, then visit Mercury in a simulated mission. See a dinosaur skeleton, watch a miniature steam train hiss and whistle through Oklahoma towns and countryside, and play optical illusion games. Using our custom trip planner, Oklahoma City attractions like Science Museum Oklahoma can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • A number of interesting things to do and shows to enjoy, our 8 year old loved the Planetarium show where they display the stars, moon and planets and Dads...if you're bored this a great nap time.  more »
  • The museum has really come a long way since it's beginning as the Omniplex. It offers many activities to spark the imagination of children and adults alike. Their new CurioCity exhibit is an amazing a...  more »
  • I attended a kids birthday party with my 6 year old granddaughter. They had a nice sized private room with comfortable tables and seating for the adults. The kids had ample opportunity to play and vis...  more »
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  • We had a great time exploring the Science Museum. We spent about 2 hours visiting but could have easily spent all day. My preschool and grade school aged children loved the jungle gym, the giant pin wall, the tree house, and just about everything else! We only left because my child was injured by another child, otherwise we had an awesome time!
  • If the best science museum we've been to is a 10/10, we would give this one a 7/10 . It's not super-big, it's a little pricey, and several activities needed repairs. But our 1, 2, and 3 yr olds had a really really great time. We left after 2 1/2 hours only because the kids were getting tired and hungry (aka: cranky). There are several play areas for toddlers, some hands on stuff for elementary kids; I think older kids would get bored quickly. I saw several families who brought their own lunches and ate at the cafeteria. All in all, a pretty good place to bring young kids
  • We go almost every weekend and it's awesome. But the 4$ hotdogs taste like dog food, I can't belive that they are serving this low quality junk
  • This is a great place to come. Bring your kids... or don't! There's plenty of stuff for adults to do around here, as long as you like to have fun and have a sense or curiosity.
  • Best Science Museum! They've added a ton of new features and our kids love spending the day here! CurioCity rocks!! And the new giant game area is lots of fun! So much to see and explore here...for all ages! Food is reasonably priced too so when you need a break to eat, you won't spend a ton!