As we continue to honor “stay at home” recommendations to control the spread of COVID-19, we want to offer a look at other children’s museums to provide new and innovative activities and also suggest vacation destinations – when we are finally FREE to travel!
We’re introducing children’s museums that are located relatively nearby or in a major metropolitan area you might be visiting for other reasons. Many of these museums are re-opening as we write this in early August. Please review their re-opening information and note that many require purchasing tickets online.
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Oklahoma offers three well-known children’s museums and we’re providing links to them below. Since many Oklahoma families may have already visited these museums, we’re keeping this information concise.C
Oklahoma Children’s Museums
Leonardo’s – located in Enid at 200 E. Maple Avenue (map link)
- Cost: $9.99 per person; under 2 years old: Free; after 3pm admission: $4.99; Military discount is 10%.
- In addition to their 8 exhibits, Leonardo’s offers Adventure Quest, a fantastic “outdoor science playground.”
Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum – located in Seminole at 1714 Highway 9 West (map link)
- Cost: Ages 3 to 59, $10 (plus tax) per person; under 2 years old: Free, with adult; 60 and over, $9 (plus tax).
- The Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum has 42,000 square feet of indoor exhibit space and a large outdoor play area, complete with miniature houses and a riding train, the SuperSONIC Express. The museum offers children an opportunity to explore the world of work through many of their career-based exhibits.
Tulsa Children’s Museum Discovery Lab – located in Tulsa at 560 N Maybelle Ave (map link)
- Cost: Ages 2 and up, $8; under 2 years old: Free.
- Discovery Lab announced early this year that they will be building a new 50,000 square foot location at 31st Street and Riverside Drive on the south end of Gathering Place, a 66-acre public open space in Tulsa.