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Jasmine Moran Children's Museum, Seminole

(4.3/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • I brought my 3 year old son here for his birthday. We have an Oklahoma museum network pass, so admission was included. The employee at the front desk was friendly and wished my son a happy birthday ov...  more »
  • Our kids loved it. Very hands on, lots of variety, and set up very well. Great place to spend a day with small children, especially on a bad weather day, although they do have a small train out back.  more »
  • Unbelievable attractions and hands on learning for young and old. Teaching experience as well as physical play for all ages. Schools come from all around the state to bring kids on class trips and fie...  more »
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  • Children will love going to the museum. There is plenty of things for them to do. My favorite is the medical exhibit. With some imagination, a kid can be a judge, surgeon, and newscaster all in one trip. The key is to enjoying the experience is to act like a kid yourself. The train ride is a little underwhelming, but younger kids will still enjoy it. The technology might not be the most up to date, but the kids probably won't know the difference.
  • The kids love it. The outdoor maze is one of their favorites and they play hide and seek in it. It's a pretty large place. We have family 20 minutes north of Durant and they buy year-long passes because they enjoy it so much.
  • I used to go to this museum ALL THE TIME as a child. My grandparents would take my sister and me when we came to visit and it always provided for some of the best, happiest, and most nostalgic days of my youth. I'm almost twenty now and I still want to go and play here! It's amazing to see all of the old things I used to play with in the 90's and early 2000's getting along with all of the new additions. (Those bubbles always mesmerized us!!) I desperately hope this museum stays around for a long long time!
  • The museum was nice. The biggest problem was that it WAS so very crowded.
  • I take my daughter here quite often and she loves it and so do I. They have so much for the kids to do and they change things so that regulars like us can see new things which I like. When I first found this museum I was not sure if it would be worth the drive but I am so glad I did my daughter asks me all the time to go she loves it that much. I have nothing but good things to say about the Jasmine Moran museum I recommend it to all of my friends with kids. If you are looking for a fun activity for your children this is it.