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All reviews discovery room all ages hands on activities dinosaur skeletons wonderful exhibits whole family native americans second floor adults and children on display worth the trip couple of hours ou campus animals oklahoma skull elevator
This is a great museum with lots a awesome exhibits. There is an area for young kids to get their creativity on!! No all that big, but a nice, not so crowded place to go and spend 2-3 hours with the kiddos. Give it a...More
We love the Sam Noble and visit at least 4 times a year. We enjoy bringing out of town visitors and checking out the special exhibits. The dinosaur exhibits are our favorite but the animals upstairs and the kids learning room are also great. Great...More
I really like going to this museum. It has something for all ages of my family. The natural history on the first floor appeals with great information and has hands on interaction for the kids (and adults) to keep us all engaged. The upstairs artistic...More
It was like going to a zoo with the animals in their natural environments. We could have spent several hours there but were on a tight schedule. Much improved from the first visit years ago. Everyone was friendly. Want to go back when we have...More
We loved this gem of a museum. So much to see and learn about. Easy flow around exhibits. From sharks to Dino's . Even a guiness book of world record dinosaur, the Pentaceratops. It's a great sight. On and on. Great time was had by...More
The University of Oklahoma has done an amazing job of displaying fascinating artifacts of natural history. They have a wonderful group of dinosaurs on display. Definitely take the elevator to the second floor to get up close to one of their biggest dinosaurs! When we...More
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This museum has several exhibits dedicated to findings (fossils, specimens, etc.) native to Oklahoma and had several fossil specimens on our last visit. Because they loan/receive exhibits throughout the year, I would call... More
This museum has several exhibits dedicated to findings (fossils, specimens, etc.) native to Oklahoma and had several fossil specimens on our last visit. Because they loan/receive exhibits throughout the year, I would call the front desk and ask to speak to the education coordinator. Out of the Dust is a popular read in classrooms throughout Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, and Texas and they will likely be able to correlate your visit to that unit.