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Oklahoma has plenty of science discovery centers to explore while visiting, perfect for the family. Encompassing 19,000 square feet, the Tulsa Air & Space Museum & Planetarium is located inside the Tulsa International Airport. TASM exhibits military aircraft and Tulsa’s aviation history, as well as astronomy shows on a 50-foot diameter dome of the James E. Bertelsmeyer Planetarium.
Located on the University of Oklahoma's campus in Norman, the Museum of Natural History is the single largest university museum of its kind in the U.S. This popular OU destination is home to a massive collection of over 10 million objects and artifacts from the region.
With an interactive Science Floor, tinkering garage, Kid Inventor area, Bodies Revealed exhibit, KidSpace and the Kirkpatrick Planetarium, discover your love for science at The Science Museum Oklahoma in Oklahoma City.
Discover how weather works at The National Weather Center located at the University of Oklahoma Meteorology School. Take a tour of the 22-acre facility and head up to the rooftop weather observation deck for views of the city to find out how the atmosphere works.