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Tulsa Children's Museum Discovery Lab, Tulsa

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.5/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web
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  • Only part of it was open I think. It looked like they were working on opening up the other half of the building. But what they have now is small. Not a big deal since it's cheap to get in. The packing...  read more »
  • This is a former rec center turned into a children's museum. For that reason its setup is pretty different than most children's museums. It's a lot of fun and very reasonably priced. 
  • We had two of our grandchildren with us. one 81/2 and one 2 1/2. They both had fun with the different projects They especially enjoyed the activities in the gym. Just a really fun 2 - 3 hours. Then we...  read more »
  • 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.
  • Love this place sooooo much! Always changing and always clean!
  • 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.
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