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Discovery Lab -Tulsa Children's Museum, Tulsa

(3.8/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We went with our adult children and grandchildren and had a blast. The grown-ups even had fun! It's hard to find something that everyone can enjoy, but this fit the bill.  more »
  • it is a hands on museum, it has different activities for kiddos. more oriented for small kids, 8y or younger. older kids may get bored. they have good workshops to get register to.  more »
  • The museum was a lot smaller than we were expecting. Luckily we have an OMN membership because it was $6 each, and it was mostly a large play area made with tape (which was cool) and a few science exp...  more »
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  • The Dance and Sing-Along was a great experience for my toddler who loves music! The friendly staff and performers offered her instruments to participate and dance along. We thoroughly enjoyed the play center and exhibits. I love the focus on education in every aspect of the museum and will be coming back frequently!
  • I thought it would have like little exhibits and stuff, but no. There's a huge slide and random other things that are very lame. We paid 20$ for 3 people and it was so stupid. I suggest taking your child elsewhere for the kids that come here are rude and shove to get through. Nothing for adults except to sit. You're better off to go to a park or McDonald's Playground.
  • It's a okay place to bring your kids but you're better off finding another spot. It's ridiculous that they charge $6 for adults, when all we can do is just stand there and watch. So I'm basically paying to watch my kids run through a tunnel build by tape. And it's not a museum just a long tunnel build by tape. A huge let down.
  • Love this place! 2 adults one child less than $20. They always have new exhibits that are hands on for kids of all ages!
  • Love this place sooooo much! Always changing and always clean!