Tulsa Air & Space Museum & Planetarium, Tulsa
Categories: Science Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
TASM honors and celebrates Tulsa's rich aviation heritage as well as its future in the aerospace industry. TASM has 19,000 feet of exhibit space, hands-on educational displays, a full dome planetarium, and a newly opened MD-80 Discovery Center.Add Tulsa Air & Space Museum & Planetarium and other attractions to your Tulsa trip itinerary using our Tulsa family vacation planner.
The Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium is a non-profit and all donations are tax deductible.
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I was surprised by how much I like this. It was a big hit with the teenage nephews and the planetarium was cool, too.
In addition to the planetarium there are special events going on all the time. It is recommended that you check the website ahead of time for these events. It is also important to check to see if thei... read more »
This small museum at Tulsa Int'l Airport has a great collection of aircraft & spacecraft. There is also a lot of history on aviation during WWII along with some background history on significant contr... read more »
The volunteer at the front desk was very welcoming and helpful. The facility was very clean and well presented. It just doesn't have much. We have visited the Dayton Airforce Museum (which is free) and expected something similar. We spent about 30 minutes in the museum, which is pricy for such a small facility. We did enjoy the Planetarium's presentation of Black Holes and the host even added a 13 minute video on the Space Station. All in all it's very nice, just really small.
We enjoy coming here. The variety of shows at the planetarium is nice as well. This is a great place for families. Their volunteers are great also.
Just ok really. It's expensive for what it is but there's a groupon right now. The planetarium was neat but the show we watched "From the earth to the universe" or something like that was pretty boring. There's other shows to choose from.
This is a cool cheap place to take the kids for a family outing.There are interactive activities, static displays, and even a retired jetliner that they use as a theater. Your kids are sure to enjoy this family outing!
Posted by the Mom : We went over Spring Break 2016 and it did not feel crowded - even with day campers - people get spread out nicely between the different venues. Volunteers - 10 stars - very helpful and informative. Easy to find for questions. They are at ticketing, info desk, museum, plane & planetarium. Planetarium 5 stars - had investigated the films available and went to one that was well suited to my 7 yr old. The night sky portion of the program (presented by a volunteer) was very good - informative and his voice was pleasant! The planetarium is available as a stand alone option w/o the museum. We are from a smaller city w/o a planetarium or IMAX, so this was a memorable activity for my child. Museum - 4 stars - what you expect - clean, well marked. NICE to have multiple airplanes that kids can sit in. Kids Gallery - 5 stars -- smart boards, LEGO. Digital RC planes, Checkers. (he went back and forth between main museum and this several times - small enough facility that you can do that). There are also flight simulators on the main floor. We crashed .... LOTS! ;) Jet- 1 star -- just a movie, not worth the $5. A fun theater concept. Cost - 4 stars (w/o Jet) - MOST ANYTHING you do costs about $10-15/person. We had brunch before we went, spent an easy 3 hrs - left while we were still having fun. Would go again, but not quickly. All-in-all, if you like having a bit of variety and are interested in flight, this is worthwhile. NOT sure it is for large groups with reluctant individuals.
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