More than 1,900 students from 28 schools across the Oklahoma City metro, state and into Kansas explored the cosmos through hands-on activities and demonstrations during Science Museum Oklahoma’s annual Space Day held on Friday, May 5.
Science Museum Oklahoma guests are invited celebrate Earth Day with special activities in the museum’s gardens and explore the just-opened exhibit “Backyard Bugs: An Oklahoma Insect Adventure” on Saturday, April 22.
Beginning April 29, Science Museum Oklahoma will present “Bodies Revealed,” a comprehensive exploration the human body that gives visitors the opportunity to view the beautiful complexity of their own organs and systems.
Students from across Oklahoma can explore the universe, learn the ins and outs of beginner computer coding, develop a foundation in engineering, dive into the science of Harry Potter and beyond during Science Museum Oklahoma’s upcoming summer camps.
Science Museum Oklahoma guests can bank on extra time for science exploration, dinosaur adventures, tours of the museum’s 1929 Pullman parlor car plus additional Science Live and planetarium showtimes from March 11-19 at the museum located at 2020 Remington Place in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City metro students entering grades 7-12 who want to spend a summer increasing science literacy, honing job skills and having fun now have their chance: Applications for the 2017 Teen Apprentice Program at Science Museum Oklahoma will be accepted through March 17.
Students from across the state will have the opportunity to explore the science of some of their favorite books, comics and movies at Science Museum Oklahoma during the museum’s annual spring break camps set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 6-10 and 13-17.
Shoes, the designers who create them, and the artists who interpret them will take center stage in Science Museum Oklahoma’s smART Space art galleries in February as SMO unveils “Sole Expression: The Art of the Shoe” with an exhibit opening from 6-9 p.m. Feb. 18 at the museum located at 2020 Remington Place in Oklahoma City. It is free and open to the public.
Oklahoma City metro area Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts have new options for earning science-related badges this spring at Science Museum Oklahoma with the museum’s Saturday Scout badge classes and scouting-focused Science Overnights.