Science Museum Oklahoma
Science Museum Oklahoma, the state’s premier destination for family fun, houses more than eight acres of hands-on science experiences with thousands of space, aviation and cultural artifacts in the mix. From traveling beyond the Milky Way in the Kirkpatrick Planetarium and the explosive fun of Science Live to discovering where the familiar meets the fantastical in CurioCity, the museum allows your inner-child to run wild.
The museum is home to the Kirkpatrick Planetarium, the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame and a number of specialized galleries. The facility covers over 390,000 square feet, which makes it one of the largest science museums in the nation. It began as the Kirkpatrick Planetarium in 1958 with major additions in 1980, 1985, 2000, and 2007.
The Science Museum Oklahoma began as the Kirkpatrick Planetarium in 1958, which moved to a super durable home at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds in 1962. Soon thereafter, the Oklahoma Science and Arts Foundation was finished on the carnival. In 1978 the establishment changed its name to Omniplex Science Museum, then moved with the Kirkpatrick Planetarium to the recently fabricated Kirkpatrick Center exhibition hall grounds. Later increases incorporate the Oklahoma Air and Space Museum in 1980, the Kirkpatrick Gardens and Greenhouse in 1985, and the OmniDome Theater, Oklahoma’s most memorable enormous organization, vault screen theater, which opened in 2000. In 2007 Omniplex changed its name to Science Museum Oklahoma. Since the rebranding the historical center has gone through broad rebuilding, adding various new displays and exhibitions, including a youngster accommodating space show, and craftsmanship displays.
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