For a unique experience while exploring Oklahoma City it’s worth dropping into Skeletons: Museum of Osteology. Here you’ll find a collection of real skeletons representing more than 350 species from all over the world.
It’s ideal for Oklahoma’s school field trips, but also for tourists to the city. Young and old will find the exhibitions stimulating & informative, with everything focused on educating in an original way. And don’t miss out on special events such as forensic nights. You can learn what experts—doctors, crime investigators or anthropologists—can deduct by simply examining skeletons.
Your entry to the Skeletons Museum of Osteology will be $10. Kids can go for free and if your children are between three and 11 years of age they only pay $8. The museum also caters to groups, so give them a call to schedule and discuss discounts that are available for 10 people or more. Safe parking is available.
This unique environment is an ideal option for a child’s party with an original theme. The museum even hosts scavenger hunts, making it an interesting way to entertain children in Oklahoma City.
This Oklahoma attraction can be found at 10301 S Sunnylane Road. You’ll probably spend 60 to 90 minutes viewing all there is to see. This gives you enough time to still enjoy other OKC attractions on the same day. The museum does allow visitors to take pictures so don’t forget your camera.
You can visit the museum any day of the week. On weekdays you can browse from 9 am to 5 pm. Note that the doors only open at 11 am and 1 pm respectively on Saturdays & Sundays. There’s no food on sale on the premises, but you can take a picnic lunch to enjoy in the picnic pavilion on site.
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